CILB Pool Contractors Pack. 10 CEUs
Minimum Time to Complete: 2 Hours
The Aquatic Play Feature™ provides a professional training course for any facility that has an aquatic play feature, large or small. People who operate and manage these innovative recreational features will appreciate this training course. The course covers topics including:
• How to deal with cloudy water
• Excessively high make-up water bills
• High sanitizer/oxidizer consumption
• Very short filter runs
• Maintaining automated control systems
• Management of water and of water chemistry
• Chlorine and chemical addition issues
• Filtration and circulation concerns
• Play feature operational considerations
• Usage of chloramines and stabilizers
**NOTE: In addition to taking online training, a student should always check local and state codes to see requirements for their area. Additionally, manufacturer’s equipment manuals should be consulted before conducting routine maintenance on any piece of equipment. **
Routine Maintenance for Pool and Spa Operators
This course is designed to show service pros and pool operators how to do routine maintenance at residential and commercial pools. The Field Service Professional™ online training is perfect for those new to the industry and those who just want a refresher. Loaded with how-to videos, the interactive training teaches about circulation systems, filters, chemical dosing systems, heaters, cleaning and vacuuming systems, automatic controllers, and acid washing. The online course gives pros a pre-field experience – giving the extra confidence needed for that next field job.
Includes a 38-page handbook in PDF format that can be downloaded after course purchase.
Minimum Time to Complete: 30 Minutes
The goal of this course is to provide awareness training to help workers recognize the occupational hazards and health effects of chlorine exposure and the exposure controls.
• Recognize the hazards of chlorine in the workplace.
• Identify the health effects of chlorine exposure.
• Identify exposure controls to protect against chlorine hazards.
• Identify how to respond to a chlorine spill or release.
Minimum Time to Complete: 1 Hour
Define a hazardous waste, recognize standards that regulate hazardous waste, and identify requirements of hazardous waste management.
• Identify the purpose of a waste management program.
• Define the categories of waste, including hazardous, universal, “potentially' hazardous, and nonhazardous.
• Identify the purpose for regulating hazardous waste, which regulatory standards apply to hazardous waste management, and the three classifications of waste generators under RCRA.
• Recognize the criteria for determining if “you” generate a hazardous waste.
• Identify the container, labeling, and storage requirements for hazardous waste.
• Identify the requirements for developing and implementing an inspection program for hazardous waste.
• Identify transportation and disposal requirements for hazardous waste.
• Identify the requirements for emergency preparedness and contingency planning.
• Recognize the requirements for training personnel, reporting, and recordkeeping.
Approximate time: 30 minutes
Workplace fires and related explosions result in serious injuries and deaths of workers, cost billions of dollars, completely destroy thousands of businesses, put people out of work and severely impact their livelihoods. In this course workers will learn the dangers of fires and the fundamentals of fire prevention.
Employees will recognize the dangers of fire and the fundamentals of fire prevention the requirements for emergency exit routes the classes of fire, the types of portable fire extinguishers, workplace requirements for fire extinguishers and basic guidelines for responding to a fire alarm and for using a hand portable fire extinguisher.
• Identify elements of a fire prevention plan including fire prevention measures.
• Identify the requirements for emergency exits.
• Identify what to do in the event of a fire including basic guidelines for evacuation and for using a hand portable fire extinguisher.
• Identify the classes of fire, the types of portable fire extinguishers, and workplace requirements for fire extinguishers.
Each employee using hand and power tools will recognize definitions and types of portable tools, the potential hazards connected with their use, including manual, electric, pneumatic, hydraulic, liquid-fueled, powder-actuated, and abrasive wheel tools, and will demonstrate the proper procedures required for each type of tool.
•Identify general hazards associated with hand and power tool use, and the safety practices that will prevent these hazards.
•Identify appropriate safety practices for electrical equipment.
•Recognize safety requirements for operator controls and guards.
•Identify appropriate safety practices for hand (manually-powered) tools.
•Identify safety requirements for using portable abrasive wheel tools.
•Identify appropriate safety practices for hydraulic and pneumatic tools.
•Identify proper use of liquid-fueled and powder-actuated tools.
•Recognize when tools must be inspected, and what actions to take if damage is found.
Minimum Time to Complete: 30 Minutes
This course is designed for employees with a low risk of exposure to electrical hazards. It covers general electrical safety in the workplace including the proper use of portable electrical equipment, such as appliances and tools, extension cords, and the Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCI).
•Potential electrical hazards.
•Proper use of extension cords and GFCI’s.
•Types of injuries from electric shock.
•Emergency response to electrical injury.
The state of Florida requires swimming pool contractors to obtain Continuing Education Units (CEUs) in order to maintain their CILB License. In order to meet requirements for the CILB, take this pack of online courses by NSPF to receive 10 CEUs. This online training package contains seven approved courses that will help you stay up-to-date while meeting the CEU requirements. Complete at your own convenience. Once you begin your training, NSPF®, will submit the information to the CILB to begin the approval process. Total CEUs - 10