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Water Hygiene Training For Hospital Maintenance Staff (WH020)

£265 + VAT
1 Day
York,   Slough,   Falkirk and On-site.
Course Overview
This City & Guilds accredited course is designed in accordance with the Health Technical Memorandum 04-01 Safe Water in Healthcare Premises (Part B Operational management) which states that adequate training in water hygiene should be provided for individuals (supervisors and managers, as well as operatives) who work on water distribution systems.
Legionella theory session in York
Testing Tap Water Temperature
Demostration of a shower head with a tutor
Who is This Course For?
This course has been specifically developed to enable managers, supervisors and operatives to comply with the requirements of HTM 04-01.
  Day 1
Start 09:00
End 16:30
  • Organisational requirement in relation to water hygiene and safety
  • Specific local control measures, policies and procedures
  • Waterborne pathogens and their consequences
  • How water systems, outlets, components and equipment can become contaminated
  • Individual responsibilities in ensuring control measures are in place, effective and implemented
  • Hygiene practices
  • System design
  • Disinfection and cleaning of fittings etc
  • Storage of pipes, fittings and spare parts
There are no additional requirements prior to attending this course.

Course Training Team

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Tony Green

Water Hygiene Training Manager

Tony is a Water Hygiene Training Manager with over 40 years' in the water industry; 10 years of which as a service engineer and 30 years within training and education.

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Customer Questions

Q: What is Legionella?
A: Legionella is a single bacterium of the legionellae.
Q: What is a duty holder?
A: The duty holder is an employer or person in control of a premises for example a landlord. The duty holder is also responsible for appointing the responsible person.
Q: What is the responsible person?
A: This is someone who is appointed by the duty holder and has the day-to-day responsibility for managing and controlling risks from legionella bacteria.
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Upcoming Course Dates
York
Friday, 17th July 2020
End date: Friday, 17th July 2020
Falkirk
Friday, 28th August 2020
End date: Friday, 28th August 2020
York
Friday, 20th November 2020
End date: Friday, 20th November 2020
Slough
Friday, 18th December 2020
End date: Friday, 18th December 2020


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