Livestream Registration

If you’re unable to attend the 2017 CMAHC Vote on the Code Biennial Conference or the WAHC this year, you can still watch LIVE from your computer or mobile device. Take advantage of this training opportunity for you, or for your entire team—project sessions in your conference room and any number of staff can learn for the price of one registration! Click here to learn more about live streaming the entire 2017 CMAHC Vote on the Code Biennial Conference. Read more below about select WAHC sessions available via live stream.


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Go LIVE from the World Aquatic Health™ Conference

Watch two tracks LIVE from your computer or mobile device on October 19 & 20 starting at 10am MST. This is a great training opportunity for you, or your entire team. Project the sessions on a screen in your conference room and have the whole team watch for the price of one registration!

One day registration for $75 or both days for only $100. Sign up Today!

2nd Biennial Vote on the Code Conference: Hosted by CMAHC

Model Aquatic Health Code Track

10:00a.m. CDC Updates: 2013-2014 Recreational Water-Associated Outbreak
Data& US National Swim Estimate

Michele Hlavsa, RN, MPH

11:00a.m. CDC Inspection App: Using Data to Drive Decision Making

LCDR Jasen Kunz, MPH, REHS & Michele Hlavsa ,RN, MPH

1:30p.m. Indiana’s Road to MAHC Adoption

Dr. William Ramos, Marcus Yoder, and Steve Yeary

3:00p.m. CMAHC Vote on the Code Conference Updated

Dr. Michael Beach, Doug Sackett

4:00p.m. Technical Update – CYA and Acoustics

Dr. Michael Beach, Doug Sackett

Friday, October 20

10:00 – 11:50a.m.

1:30 – 3:20p.m.

Mountain Standard Time (MST)

Public Health Track

10:00a.m. 7th International Swimming Pool & Spa Conference:
Lessons from the Home of Hippocrates and Hygiea

Vincent Hill

11:00a.m. Understanding the Vessel Sanitation Program for Cruise Ship
Industry

Connie Centrella

1:30p.m. Floatation Tanks: Recent Updates in State/Federal Guidelines &
Research

Ashkahn Jahromi and Graham Talley

2:30p.m. 2016 Cryptosporidium Outbreak in Central Ohio

Sarah Badenhop