Discovering Public Pools: Fun and Safety Combined along with Cryptosporidium elimination 

cryptosporidium prevention is taught in pool operator classes

Public Pool Operator Instruction

Public pools are where communities have fun. We help you know the safety rules, like cleaning the water. This stops things like Cryptosporidium so you can swim and enjoy.

Following VGBA Rules: Avoiding Traps

We check pools using the Virginia Graeme Baker Act (VGBA). This keeps swimmers safe from getting stuck. Every pool we feature follows VGBA rules, so you can swim without worry.

Your Opinion Matters: Making Pools Safer Together

You’re important in our community. If you see a pool problem, tell the pool owner or health inspector. This makes pools even safer for everyone.

Stopping Cryptosporidium: Effective Defense Tactics

Cryptosporidium is a protozoa that can make people sick. It spreads in water. We keep sanitizer levels high to stop it. Chlorine helps, but it takes a long time to do so. UV, Ozone, and AOP kick crypto in the butt!  The CDC recommends the following protocol in case of accidential discharge in the pool.

Understanding Pool Wisdom: “No Swimming After Diarrhea”

If you have had diarrhea in the last 14 days, don’t swim. This keeps illnesses from spreading in pools. We care about your health.  Those crypto cells can proliferate quickly.

Begin your safe pool journey at We offer easy tips and info. Stay safe and have fun, even against Cryptosporidium. Your safety is what matters most to us.

Still not sure what to do when there’s poo? 

Then it is time to signup for my CPO® Class so that we can get you the training you need to effectively operate a public swiming pool.

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