- The legislation relating to cleaning and disinfection works and how to comply with it.
- When and why cleans and disinfections are undertaken and how they are to be carried out.
- The importance of cleaning and disinfection in systems such as domestic hot and cold water systems, and evaporative cooling systems.
- Information on the importance of, and actual production of, a task risk assessment and method statement prior to carrying out the work.
- Guidance on model methods and how to fit them to individual systems.
- Instruction on how to calculate volumes of different shaped tanks and how to calculate the volumes needed of different strength chemicals required for disinfection and neutralisation.
- Instruction on sampling, testing chlorine levels and the safe handling and disposal of chemicals.
The day includes extensive instruction in the Practical Training Area where the students ability to follow instructions, work by themselves, work safely in respect to their own safety and the safety of others and account for their actions in a clear unambiguous written record will be observed and assessed.
NB: Delegates are urged to bring their own PPE equipment, especially goggles. They may also use their own testing equipment if preferred.
This is a practical course - work clothes are essential.
45 minute written exam. Work in the practical training area will count towards 30% of the exam result for this course.
6 CPD points awarded.