With the increased publicity surrounding recent outbreaks of Legionnaires Disease, effective water treatment is of paramount importance to those carrying out installation and maintenance of hot and cold water supply systems and to those who are responsible for managing the properties and for employed and self employed workers who will be working on water storage systems for hostels, charities, universities and colleges, local authorities, managing agents, landlords in the private sector, housing associations, hoteliers and B&B, guest house and holiday camp owners.
The Legionella and water treatment course is designed to enable installers to understand the requirements of applicable regulations, HSE guidance (L8 & ACop), British Standards and Water Regulations. Furthermore it gives an appreciation of the Legionella bacteria, its formation and associated health risks. On completion of the course the installer will be able to undertake risk assessments and carry out disinfection using a range of methods.
- General information for employers and owners of residential accommodation.
- Water regulations (commissioning/cold water systems).
- Risk assessment-hot and cold water systems.
- Controlling the risks associated with Legionella.
- Water treatment and legionnaires' disease.
- Physical disinfection.
Candidates are asked to bring 2 recent passport size photographs and their National Insurance Number upon attending this course.
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