How to Create a Successful Pool Plan Review


Presenter: John Mason, REHS

Wednesday, October 12, 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
4 Hours | 4 PHTA CEUs | 0.4 IACET CEUs



This four-hour pre-conference presentation will provide health officials, planners, and designers an in-depth analysis of how to create a proper construction plan for a successful pool plan review.


Learning Objectives

  • Prepare the goals of a public health plan review.
  • Identify tips, tricks, and key communication tools needed to work with your plan review.
  • Review case studies on successful and not-so-successful constructed projects.


Presenter Bio

John Mason is a registered environmental health specialist (REHS) working for the public health division at Deschutes County in Bend, OR. He has over 20 years of pool regulatory experience and has been a CPO® Instructor since 2006. Mason currently runs the Swimming Pool and Lodging facilities inspection program for the county and his goal is to keep his clients out of the court system by working cooperatively to solve problems and meet the intent of the law. He has served as the voice for public health on the PHTA Commercial Code Council for the last three years and was named the Oregon Public Health Specialist of the year in 2018.

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