Model Aquatic Health Code
The MAHC Network is a community for MAHC users, subject matter experts, and those hoping to learn about the code itself. Members will receive updates on the code, have access and provide input to newly developed resources, and join bi-monthly webinars featuring the code and users.
Follow the instructions below to join the MAHC Network and receive announcements about upcoming webinars and other opportunities.
MAHC Webinar: Healthy and Safe Swimming Week Showcase - Ensuring Aquatic Health in Your Community (May 2021)
During this webinar, experts from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) highlighted a Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report outlining outbreaks in the United States associated with treated recreational water that occurred during 2015–2019. Speakers also showcased CMAHC’s State Designee Committee (SDC). The SDC is a forum to discuss lessons learned and best practices for safe swimming at the State level. The SDC convenes regularly to discuss public health perspectives and input regarding the CDC’s Model Aquatic Health Code (MAHC).
MAHC Webinar: Results from Vote on the Code: A Review of Key Proposed Changes for the MAHC 4th Edition (February 2021)
During this webinar, representatives of the Council for the Model Aquatic Health Code (CMAHC) summarized proposed updates to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC’s) MAHC. The MAHC 4th Edition is expected to be released in the summer of 2021.
If you were unable to attend and/or would like to review materials from this webinar, please find the following resources below:
Additional resources that were shared during the webinar include:
A list of previously recorded webinars hosted by the Model Aquatic Health Code Network.
Take a look at these MAHC resources.
A list of Colorado stakeholder resources regarding the evaluation of current regulations and the Model Aquatic Health Code.
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Public Health Preparedness Program
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Environmental Health Program