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Guidelines for safe recreational water environments.

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Published by World Health Organization in Geneva .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Water -- Recreational use -- Health aspects,
  • Water quality,
  • Environmental health,
  • Recreation,
  • Water,
  • Safety,
  • Environmental Pollutants -- prevention & control,
  • Public Facilities -- standards,
  • Bathing Beaches -- standards,
  • Fresh Water -- microbiology,
  • Safety -- standards,
  • Risk Management,
  • Wounds and Injuries -- prevention & control,
  • Drowning -- prevention & control,
  • Water Pollution -- analysis,
  • Environmental Exposure -- prevention & control

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    ContributionsWorld Health Organization.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRA606 .G75 2003
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. <1- > :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3374238M
    ISBN 109241545801
    LC Control Number2004462862

    Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Guidelines for safe recreational water environments. Geneva: World Health Organization, Guidelines for safe recreational water environments. Vol. 2: swimming pools and similar Press Geneva, Switzerland, has been cited by the following article: Article. Microbiological and Physicochemical Characteristics of Swimming Pool Water .

    These new Guidelines for Safe Recreational Water Environments describe the present state of knowledge regarding the impact of recreational use of coastal and freshwater environments upon the health of users -- specifically drowning and injury, exposure to cold, heat and sunlight, water quality (especially exposure to water contaminated by sewage, but also exposure to free-living pathogenic. These new Guidelines for Safe Recreational Water Environments describe the present state of knowledge regarding the impact of recreational use of coastal and freshwater environments upon the health of users specifically drowning and injury, exposure to cold, heat and sunlight, water quality (especially exposure to water contaminated by sewage, but also exposure to free-living pathogenic.

    Get this from a library! Guidelines for safe recreational water environments. Volume 2, Swimming pools and similar environments.. [World Health Organization.;] -- Volume 2 of the Guidelines explains requirements to promote safe use concepts and practices, including health-based targets and minimum procedures. It also covers a substantive revision of approaches. GUIDELINES FOR SAFE RECREATIONAL WATER ENVIRONMENTS TABLE GUIDELINES FOR SAFE PRACTICE IN MANAGING RECREATIONAL WATERSa Guidance level or How guidance situation level derived Health risks Typical actionsb Relatively low probability of adverse health effects cyanobacterial • From human • Short-term adverse • Post on-site.


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These new Guidelines for Safe Recreational Water Environments describe the present state of knowledge regarding the impact of recreational use of coastal and freshwater environments upon the health of users - specifically drowning and injury, exposure to cold, heat and sunlight, water quality (especially exposure to water contaminated by sewage, but also exposure to free-living pathogenic.

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The WHO Guidelines for Safe Recreational Water Environments describe the present state of knowledge regarding the health hazards and risks associated with the recreational water use. The guidelines describe water quality assessment, management and monitoring to protect public health as well as guidance on free-living microorganisms and risks from drowning, injury, exposure to cold, heat.

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Part I: Management of Recreational Waters. The multi-barrier approach; Environmental Health and Safety Survey. Pre-survey preparations; On-site visit; Assessment report; Barriers for protection of recreational waters.

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