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Pool Operations Consultant Trevor Sherwood

Trevor A. Sherwood, II
68 Edwards Road
Brick NJ 08723
phone: 732-451-1040
fax: 732-451-1630
Trevor A. Sherwood, II, Owner of Pool Operation Management (POM), provides consulting services pertaining to all aspects of Swimming Pool Regulations, Maintenance, and Training. Mr. Sherwood offers services for swimming pool marketing and promotion, safety and health issues, general maintenance, pool troubleshooting, and liability and risk management as well as swimming pool problems and pool-related emergencies.

POM has provided professional consulting for more than 5,000 commercial facilities nationwide and as well as a myriad of state-centered advisory committees. They are also winners of the NSPF® Special Achievement and NSPF® Top Instructor awards.

Mr. Sherwood and his team at POM provide consulting, training, and services for pools throughout the entire Northeast, the Southeast, Hawaii, Caribbean and South Pacific. Their clients include engineers, maintenance staff, service technicians, property managers, attorneys, health departments and homeowners in the areas of inspections, plan review, contract review, code interpretation, safety requirements, and management issues.

Selected Achievements:
  • Personally trained over 6,500 Certified Pool Operators® as of 2011.
  • Lead instructor for the Northeast Spa and Pool Association to the VGB training team to provide training services on compliance with the Pool and Spa Safety Act to health and building code officials in NJ, PA, CT and NY
  • Pool seminars for NJAA, PRPS, NJRPA, NJ ALPHI
  • Only CPO® certification presenter at the Atlantic City Pool and Spa Show, the largest pool trade show in the pool industry annually
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7/13/2015 · Aquatics Safety
Is your pool putting your patrons in harm way? When getting your pool ready for the upcoming summer season, you need to make sure your pool meets state requirements for safety and operation. Since New Jersey has one of the thorough bathing codes in the nation and outbreaks of recreational water illnesses are occurring every year, everyone needs to be sure that their pool is up to code for a safe swimming season.

Everyone knows when you buy a new home that it needs to be inspected by a professional home inspector. But, what should you do about the pool in the backyard? Unbeknownst to many homebuyers and sellers, the pool needs a professional inspection in order to make sure that it is safe enough for your family to enjoy.

As the colder weather arrives, most people are looking forward to colorful foliage and preparing for the holidays. Those operators with seasonal facilities have likely already closed them, or will be closing them for the season shortly. Indoor facilities may even see a decline in patronage due to fewer people traveling during the colder months.