Our Responsible Persons course deals with the legal and management aspects of water safety.
The term ‘water safety’ is a broad capture for risks associated from Legionnaires’ disease / Scalding / Pseudomonas aeruginosa [Pa]. The approach to managing these risks will depend on the type of organisation and the types of water risk systems and susceptibility of those who are exposed.
A control strategy for managing the risk of waterborne pathogens is to use temperature control for water. Hot water storage temperatures required being 60OC. As a result of the temperature control being applied this now creates a scald risk for those at particular risk [very young, very elderly, infirm or significantly mentally or physically disabled people or those with sensory loss]. The risk of managing waterborne pathogens with temperature control now creates additional risk that needs to be considered, the risk of scalding from the hot water.
It is the duty of the Water Safety Group [WSG], including the Responsible Person [Water] to ensure their organisation complies with regulatory, legislative and guidance requirements for the management of water safety.
This course will provide the WSG and RP with an understanding of these water safety risks, the course covers ACOP L8 and HTM04-01 guidance to ensure proactive management is established, overlaid with BS8680 code of practice for Water Safety Plan [WSP], covering the elements of what a WSP may need to contain and how to develop a WSP.
Topics covered on the course will include:
|Delivery Method:||Face to Face||Microsoft Teams|
|Duration:||Full Day||Full Day|
|Cost:||£375 + Vat||£299 + Vat|
|Additional Info:||Lunch & Refreshments included||N/A|
|Payment Method:||Purchase order and Credit / Debit Cards
|Assessment:||Course includes a marked assessment, measuring the delegates understanding of the course topics. There is no pass / fail mark;
||Certificates will be issued once assessment has been marked and verified.
The cost above includes the price of an ILM certificate (£75).
Course Cancellations & Refunds
You may cancel your course and receive a full refund within 14 calendar days (cancellation period) prior to the date on which the course is to commence. Cancellations after 14 days will be liable for the full amount.
With the outbreak of a Coronavirus (COVID-19), the Water Hygiene Centre will follow government guidance on social gatherings and events. Where we are unable to proceed with originally planned training your course will be postponed and all delegates will be offered a new date or the option to transfer to an online course.