Mini-MAHC: Reducing the spread of cryptosporidium
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Mini-MAHC: Reducing the spread of cryptosporidium

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      Specific public health issues addressed in the MAHC are often spread across multiple chapters. Mini MAHCs are intended to make the MAHC more accessible by summarizing the code and annex language into a single, concise document. This will help environmental health practitioners and pool operators quickly find relevant MAHC guidelines and rationale so they can use the information to promote patron and staff health and safety. This Mini-MAHC Code focuses on reducing the spread of Cryptosporidium (Crypto). The language presented will help decrease the public health impact of contamination through: inactivation of oocysts by secondary U.V. or ozone disinfection systems, inspections of systems, and remediation after diarrheal fecal incidents to prevent the spread of Crypto associated with swallowing contaminated water. It references content from the 2018 MAHC Code Language (3rd Edition). Extracted from the 2018 MAHC CS295591-A Publication date from document properties. Mini-MAHC-Code-Crypto-Prevention-508.pdf
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