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Adb Safety and Training Ltd

Who should attend


This highly informative 1/2 day course is for those involved or working, (even as a temporary measure), on Water Company sites such as service reservoirs, pumping stations, treatment works and working on the network of water mains and service pipes.


Working on a clean "potable" water network is classified as working on a "Restricted Operation" site. In order to work on or provide services for these Water Network sites, there is a requirement for those involved to be in possession of a valid EUSR National Water Hygiene card ( previously known as the "blue stripe card" )


External trades such as carpenters, electricians, pump technicians, scaffold erectors, plant maintenance crews and support drivers are an example of some of those who require to attend a clean water site to carry out support contracts, whilst not necessarily working directly on the water assets, they could potentially cause contamination to the network and illness in the community, if they are unaware of their obligations on site.

Aims


Throughout the training the emphasis will be placed on the individual and that it is their 'duty' to protect public health, particularly when working on a Water Network site.


A health screening declaration is carried out to ensure that attendees about to be accredited have not been in contact or are not carriers of any communicable diseases on date of training. 

Learning Objectives


By the end of this training event delegates will be able to describe their obligations and be aware of their responsibilities towards the protection of the potable water supply and thus help prevent illness in the community as a result of contaminating the water supply


Disinfection of tools / fittings, use and storage, using approved products, thus preventing contamination

Course Method


Classroom theory, with discussion, followed by a multiple choice questionnaire. 

Benefits


The candidate will be accredited with a water hygiene card that allows them to get on or provide services to restricted operation sites. 

Duration


1/2 Day


Where


Courses are held at our facilities in Bristol we pride ourselves to being flexible to the customers requirements and are happy to discuss individual needs.


Zoom Based Training

Alternatively, this course can be ran for a limited time as a Zoom based event.  

Please be aware that Strict guidelines need to be met in respect of web "Zoom" based delivery  

  • Ability for the trainer to monitor the candidate visually and verbally throughout the training event,
  • The training must be received in a quiet room without distractions and third party interactions,
  • A good internet connection must be maintained
  • The test can undertaken in exam conditions, in view, without third party interaction and disturbances
  • Candidates to be aware that monitoring from a third party from the awarding body can be undertaken
  • Candidates are aware that events are recorded and retained for third party auditing from the awarding body or centre management
"We also carry out training events on Saturday mornings if required" 

We understand that some clients are faced with "current " card requirements at short notice. If we can, we will do our best to accommodate your needs

Contact

[email protected]

01173 048884 or 07787290616

Web Based training - hosted by Zoon when required