Maintenance, Management or Supervision
If you are responsible for the maintenance, management or supervision of water systems, or work on these systems in domestic properties, this certification is a must. It not only covers risk assessments for legionella and the disinfection of water systems in residential premises, but also underlines the significance of your responsibility in the eyes of the law. With over 8 years of assessing experience in the training care industry, we’re best equipped to train and assess you on complying with landlords and facilities managers to evaluate the risk of legionella (such as in calorifiers, spa baths, taps, and showers) to keep all building occupants safe from the risk of the disease.
As an evolving gas training centre based in Stirling, Scotland, JSS Training Services is passionate about improving the standards across the entire gas industry, focusing on a combination of theory and hands-on tasks through our training and assessment.
Our Legionella Prevention and Water Treatment course covers the requirements of ACoP L8, HSE guidance and British Standards – and as is the case with all of our courses, class sizes are capped to maintain high standards of quality in training and assessment.
There are two versions of the course available, so whether you are a plumber or an operator who regularly carries out work on water systems, or work as a supervisor or manager who is responsible for the management of water systems (in domestic properties under their control), this course will be well-matched to your needs. Our expert trainers will help you build expand upon your existing knowledge, but you’ll not only gain a strong understanding on water systems, legionnaires disease and legionella bacteria but the course will help you comply with your legal duties. These obligations include identifying and assessing sources of risk, preparing a scheme to prevent or control risk, or implementing, managing and monitoring precautions, whilst keeping records of control measures taken.
Why choose us?
- We offer hands-on extensive practical
- We simulate real working
- You’re afforded guided
- You’ll learn how system design can reduce the risk of legionnaires
- Our flexible training hours allow you to train with us on weekdays, evenings and weekends (reducing the impact on earnings).
- With brand new facilities including 2 large classrooms, 3 training bays and a small coffee area, we have everything you could possibly need to undertake training of the highest
You will be assessed in the following areas:
- The background to Legionnaires Disease
- What is the Legionella Bacteria
- Where and how does it multiply
- How is it spread and contracted
- How to comply to the law
- Duties, obligations and records
- Assessing risk
- Controlling and reducing risk
- Necessary and recommended PPE (What steps they must take to protect themselves (Face fit).
- Methods of treatment
- Prevention and disinfection
- Record keeping
The plumber and operator version also includes practical detail regarding how to disinfect and clean a domestic sized water system using various methods; chlorine, bleach and silver hydrogen peroxide, Ultra Violet Light.
2 day course.
Who is the course for?
There are two versions of the course. One is for the plumbers and operators that carry out work on the water supply system, and the other is tailored for supervisors and managers tasked with ensuring its safe operation – so the course is essential for:
- Landlords and housing associations (Landlord Safety Checks)
- Individual Gas engineers
- Maintenance engineers and Mangers (Domestic Properties)
- Local Council Maintenance and
- Leisure (Gyms, Spas, Country Clubs, Hotels etc)
- Site welfare facilities (Portacabin)
Learners undertaking the plumber and operator’s course must hold an N/SVQ or equivalent qualification in plumbing or have previous plumbing experience (normally a minimum of 2 years) and a valid certificate in WRAS Water Regulations.
Learners undertaking the supervisors and managers course do not require any formal qualification however they should have a good understanding of water systems and current best practice legislation