Our 1 day BPEC Legionella Risk Assessment and Water Systems Disinfection course is aimed at Plumbing & Heating Engineers that need to meet the requirements of the revised Approved Code of Practice (ACOP) and Guidance: Legionnaires Disease. The control of Legionella bacteria in water systems and technical guidance HSG274.
The disinfection of water systems is work that can be carried out by plumbing and heating operatives and the course provides the knowledge and skills to perform the disinfection process to the correct standard.
The course is aimed at practising plumbing operatives, water inspectors and operatives involved in management and maintenance of both hot and cold water storage systems.
- Legislation covering the control of Legionella bacteria in water systems.
- Implications of a Legionnaires disease outbreak and how it can occur.
- Properties of water.
- Sources of bacteria.
- Practical risk assessment and design considerations.
- Disinfection of cold water systems.
- Guidance on how to collect, transport and submit water samples to be analysed for Legionella bacteria.
Entry Requirements: Delegates must hold a recognised trade qualification in plumbing or heating. A working knowledge of central heating, hot and cold water systems is essential. As well as holding a Water Regulations or Water Byelaws certification.
This qualification is valid for 5 years.
Certification: BPEC Legionella Risk Assessment and Water Systems Disinfection for Mechanical Services.
Course Duration: 1 Day.
Price: £295 + vat per delegate.
Dates: Course dates by arrangement only – call 01246 588589.
This course is delivered at our Chesterfield Training Centre – Unit 70, M1 Commerce Park, Markham Lane, Chesterfield, S44 5HS (Just off junction 29A, M1 Motorway).