State law requires each property to have at least one Certified Pool Operator oversee the property. The NET Health District Order 2013-1 provides for the inspection and permitting of public swimming pools and spas in within NET Health jurisdiction. Training is a critical part of obtaining knowledge and understanding of commercial pool operation. The owner of a public swimming pool or spa needs to have a person onsite during all hours of operation that has attended an annual training provided by or approved by NET Health.
This basic pool operator training will include an overview of the design and maintenance of public swimming pools and spas, operation requirements for water chemistry and documentation, signage requirements, fencing requirements, safety issues to include entrapment hazards and equipment, as well as the state and local regulations for public swimming pools and spas.
Upon completion of the training a certificate will be issued to the participant. Additional training courses will be provided as needed with at least three per year presented. An individual may also receive a certificate by attending a training course approved by the NET Health. Upon presenting the credentials of the course, the individual may pay the $65.00 and register in the system. A registry will be maintained by the NET Health. Thank you for your commitment to public health.
8:00 am - 8:30 am Sign in and Welcome
8:30 am - 12:30 pm Swimming Pool and Spa Operations
Design and Maintenance/Fencing Requirements/Pool Markings
Water Chemistryand Safety Equipment/Signage
Public Interactive Water Features
Rules and Regulations –District Order 2013-1
Registration fee: $65
Must Pre-Register - No On-site Registration
*Registration fees will not be refunded.*