To help facility owners, operators, and staff with the maintenance and upkeep of their facilities while we combat the spread of the coronavirus, we're providing a library of multiple resources with our recommendations for you and your staff based on our fifty years of experience in aquatic design, engineering, operations, and maintenance. Wherever possible, we source from authorities such as the Center for Disease Control and the Model Aquatic Health Code.
If you don't see something here that you think could be useful, please let us know.
|In this interview with our operations team, you'll hear first-hand recommendations from experienced aquatic operators about how to protect your facility and your mechanical systems while your facility is closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. They'll also answer questions that they've received regarding COVID-19 and the future of aquatics, including the latest information from the CDC.|
|Counsilman-Hunsaker, Starfish Aquatics Institute, National Drowning Prevention Alliance, Total Aquatic Programming, LLC, and Wavemakers bring their knowledge and expertise together to present this webinar including the latest information from the CDC about COVID-19 and how social distancing may affect aquatic facilities, lifeguards, and other programming.|
|Counsilman-Hunsaker interviews Mike Unger, Chief Operating Officer with USA Swimming. In this interview, we ask USA Swimming what it took to move the Olympic trials dates and how it affects the qualifying period for the athletes. We also dig into how recently announced pool closures have affected local swim teams and clubs and how social distancing may affect the sport in the future.|
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Helping Aquatic Professionals During the Time of Coronavirus
Counsilman-Hunsaker's Full Circle approach to aquatics plus our industry partnerships with leading aquatic organizations is what makes our company truly unique and sets us apart from our competitors. Our services are available to help you and your staff combat the spread of COVID-19. Learn more