Join Pete Tyson from the Water Hygiene Centre at the next GOSHA Health & Safety Conference, where he will discuss the practical approaches to water safety.
We’ve all seen the ‘crazy’ health and safety photos such as the worker on an A frame ladder in swimming pool whilst drilling into the ceiling above!! Well, this presentation is along the same lines, albeit with water safety and those things that we’ve discovered, found, observed whilst advising clients in recent years.
Topics covered will include:
- Temperature monitoring
- Water sampling
- Appropriate components and tools
- Record keeping and log books
The session will take you through the importance of how to get things right at the design stage [or not] through to the correct components [or not] to be used and need to monitoring correctly and keep suitable records [or not]. Using photo evidence of those ‘or not’ elements will highlight to clients practical approaches to water safety for their organisation.
We also have the following additional resources around Pratical Approaches to Water Safety:
Water Hygiene Blogs:
- How often should I complete my Legionella Risk Assessment?
- What is an Authorising Engineer [Water]?
- Legionella Incident Investigation - What's involved?
Water Hygiene Centre Academy Video's:
- Class 1: Temperature Monitoring
- Class 2: Legionella Sampling
- Legionella - Flushing little used outlets
For more information about Water Hygiene Centre and our independent advisory services click here.
Editors Note: The information provided in this article is correct at the date of original publication – March 2023.
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