The Council for the Model Aquatic Health Code (CMAHC) is pleased to share that Watershape University (WU), a leading industry resource for design, engineering and construction education, has released a position statement firmly recommending adoption of the Model Aquatic Health Code (MAHC). As leaders in the field of aquatics and an IACET Accredited Provider of education, WU fully endorses the MAHC and incorporates its best-practice recommendations and technical principles into WU programming.
WU joins a growing list of other leading industry organizations in recommending that state, territory and local health departments; aquatic facilities; and the industry-at-large, evaluate and embrace, support and adopt all or part of the MAHC, with the ultimate goal of protecting the health of aquatic facilities, their staff and patrons. To read WU’s full endorsement letter, click here.
“At WU, health and safety are vital in everything we do – protecting those who use our industry’s products is our most important purpose and professional obligation,” says Lauren Stack, vice president, WU. “As the industry’s leading resource, the MAHC addresses these key health and safety issues, backed by CDC’s science-based guidance and CMAHC’s mission to keep it current through the triennial, member-driven update process.”