Being prepared and properly trained is essential for the safety of your staff and guests.
As a fully NSPF® certified and licensed CPO® Trainer, we can train your lifeguards and pool managers for their CPO® certification. Our 2 day CPO® training course will equip your commercial pool staff with the basic knowledge, techniques, and skills of pool and spa operations, including state requirements and regulations, testing and adjusting chemicals, and pool safety.
DEDICATED TO IMPROVING AQUATIC SAFETY IN THE TRI-STATE AREA
Certified Pool Operator Course Information for
New Jersey & Delaware Valley
- CERTIFIED POOL OPERATOR COURSE DESCRIPTION
- 2 DAY CPO® COURSE INFORMATION
- TOPICS COVERED
- POOL OPERATOR PRIMER (CPO ONLINE)
- POOL OPERATOR FUSION
- ADDITIONAL TRAINING COURSES
- Pool & Spa Management
- Pool Water Circulation
- Water Balance
- Pool Calculations
- Liability & Risk Management
- Spas & Hot Tubs
- Record Keeping
- Facility Safety
- Chemical Testing and Troubleshooting
- Energy Conservation
Successful completion of the Pool Operator Primer earns a Record of Completion. If you choose to pursue the CPO® Certification, contact Bluewave Pools to enroll in a Pool Operator Fusion™ class within six months of completing the Pool Operator Primer.
Sign up for a Fusion class by contacting Bluewave Pools . Students must present a Pool Operator Primer™ Record of Completion and successfully complete the Pool Operator Fusion™ to obtain a CPO® Certification.
Bluewave Pools is dedicated to help improving aquatic safety through CPO® training, inspections, facility audits and consulting services. Along with our various pool services, we also dedicate our time to teaching the National Swimming Pool Foundations Certified Pool Operator (CPO®) course. With our years of experience in the pool and spa industry, we believe that only our qualified pool professionals can provide you with accurate comprehensive pool inspections and consulting services.
Every facility should establish procedures to ensure they prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies. This is the reason why every aquatic facility should conduct self-audits to reduce the risk of injury to patrons and staff at the facility. The purpose of the Aquatic Facility program is to assist the management staff or companies servicing or managing a facility to:
- Train staff
- Conduct on-site self-audits
- Conduct an aquatic facility audit
- Develop operational and emergency procedures
- Develop a proper documentation and maintenance plan
- Recognize ways in which to improve operational and staff management
In this training program, you will learn the importance of safety audits and the objectives of a safety audit program. You will also learn how to plan and conduct a safety audit and how to inspect the work area and work practices. In addition, you will learn how to formulate recommendations for corrective action, make audit reports, and conduct follow-ups to ensure that the desired corrective actions are taken. Finally, you will learn what should be inspected when conducting a safety audit at an aquatic facility.
For owners and managers of facilities that are regulated by the ADA, the 2010 revisions to the 1991 ADA guidelines to include pools and spas has created a host of challenges in both interpreting and implementing these regulations. Architects, designers, and engineers have also had to reshape their visions and begin to embrace a new concept called “universal design.”
The Department of Justice (DOJ) extended the March 2012 deadline to January 31, 2013 for existing pool and spa compliance. This extension does not apply to newly constructed pools or spas, or those going under alterations. The extension for existing pools and spas was issued through DOJ rulemaking and was based on public comments received by affected parties.