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MAHC Network Webinar: Putting the MAHC into Action at a Local and Regional Level - Shared screen
Deise Galan
35:41
Thank you for joining today's webinar. If you have any questions, please feel free to submit them via the chat or the Q&A box. We will address questions at the end of the presentation.
Deise Galan
40:56
Hi Scott. You can contact Dewey at aquatics@ymcasems.org
Deise Galan
48:12
For those looking for additional materials related to the MAHC, please visit the website: https://www.cdc.gov/mahc/index.html. Also, the mini-MAHCs in particular may be less overwhelming way to foray into MAHC. MAHC factsheet is also a nice overview.
Deise Galan
48:36
Thank you Maggie. I just shared that with the attendees.
Michelle Shapiro
52:02
Hi Autumn, Ryan Mason asked us to send you his contact information (ryan.mason@tn.gov) since TN is brainstorming about stakeholder interactions going forward.
Chelsea Gridley-Smith
56:40
Thanks, Maggie!
Deise Galan
57:54
For those looking for MAHC inspector training: This training was released earlier this year:https://www.cdc.gov/nceh/ehs/elearn/pool-inspection.htmlBased on 2016 MAHC.The training provides a basic understanding of an aquatic facility inspection. Based on CDC’s 2016 Model Aquatic Health Code (MAHC), the training addresses aquatic facility systems and walks through a pool inspection using the MAHC inspection form.
Michelle Shapiro
01:05:59
Learn more about MAHC adoption here: https://www.cdc.gov/mahc/policy.html