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Educational Toolkit

General Public-Posters

Lists healthy swimming behaviors that should be practiced by all swimmers. Display at the entrance to the pool and other locations around the pool.

Lists health swimming behaviors that should be practiced by all swimmers. Display at the entrance to the pool area and other locations around the pool.

Lists healthy swimming behaviors that should be practiced by all swimmers. Display at the entrance to the pool area and other locations around the pool.

Lists steps that all swimmers can take for healthy swimming.

Poster to remind swimmers to take frequent bathroom breaks.

Poster to remind swimmers not to swim if sick with diarrhea.

Poster to remind swimmers not to swim if sick with diarrhea.

Poster to remind swimmers not to swallow pool water.

Poster to remind swimmers to wash hands before getting into the pool.

Tips for parents to wash their children with soap and water before getting into the pool.

Tips for parents to keep children healthy in the water.

Lists different types of germs that can be in pool water.

Reminder not to swallow water from any swimming source.

Reminder not to swim if you have diarrhea.

Chlorine doesn't kill germs instantly. Take regular bathroom breaks and check & change diapers often. Designed for all swimmers, especially for young children and parents of young children. Display at entrances and around "kiddie" areas where parents gather.

Information about the pool rule requirement that both a swim diaper and waterproof swimwear are to be worn by children under 3 years of age and by individuals without control of their bowels.

Pool Operators

This poster describes steps to take before using pool chemicals and how to use pool chemicals safely.

This poster describes how to store pool chemicals safely.

This 4-page flyer describes how to clean body fluids spilled on pool surfaces.

This poster describes what to do when you find fecal matter in the pool water.

Contains information on cryptosporidiosis, how it is spread in recreational water, and how to prevent it from spreading. Lists six easy tips for swimmers for protecting against crypto.

Contains information about the state requirement for children under 3 years of age and those without control of their bowels to wear a swim diaper and waterproof swimwear when swimming is a public pool.

Crypo Watch and Warning Signs

Crypto Watch and Warning Signs. Symptoms to watch and observe for.

This sign is to be posted by the pool operator if a crypto "Watch" or "Warning" is issued. A "Watch" or "Warning" will be issued as an intervention method for controlling an outbreak of crypto. Vertical Sign.

Contact

Utah Department of Health
Bureau of Epidemiology
801-538-6191
Fax: 801-538-9913
Email: epi@utah.gov
288 North 1460 West
PO Box 142104
Salt Lake City, Utah 84114-2104

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1-888-EPI-UTAH (374-8824)
 

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