WMSoc Training Courses - Legionella Risk Assessment In Cooling Systems - W018

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City & Guilds accredited
ONE-DAY COURSE: 9am - 5pm
Lunch and refreshments provided
 
WHO FOR:
Owners of cooling systems, engineers and risk assessors that are considering extending their practice to include cooling systems, and water treatment chemists who wish to consider the risk assessment of these systems.
NB: Delegates should have a good working knowledge of the background of legionella and Legionnaires’ disease; an understanding of relevant legislation; some knowledge of cooling water treatment and its objectives; good knowledge of the basics of risk assessment.
 
OBJECTIVES:
  • To give sufficient information to experienced people to enable them carry out a Legionella Risk Assessment on open recirculating cooling systems.
  • To look at some of the pitfalls that await the assessor of these systems and discuss some of the things to look for.
  • To allow delegates to discuss how the Risk Assessment is presented.
 
TOPICS COVERED:
  • The requirements and competence needed to carry out risk assessments on cooling systems and to put this into practice.
  • Obligations of the dutyholder and responsible person as demanded by L8 and legislation.
  • Types and design of cooling towers and evaporative condensers, variations in these systems and how they can impact on a risk assessment.
  • Water treatment programmes and what to look for when assessments are carried out.
  • The condition survey and the requirements of the Written Scheme.
 
ASSESSMENT:
60 minute written exam.
 
6 CPD points awarded.
 

Venue

The Water Management Society
6 Sir Robert Peel Mill
Fazeley
Tamworth
Staffordshire
B78 3QD
United Kingdom

Room: Training Room 1

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