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Control of Legionella Within Evaporative Cooling Systems (WH006)

£810 + VAT
3 Days
YorkSlough and On-site.
Course Overview
This City & Guilds accredited course has been developed to provide you with an understanding of how to control the risk of legionella bacteria within evaporative cooling systems. It will enable effective management of water systems in accordance with the Approved Code of Practice (ACOP) L8 and guidance document HSG274 Part 1.
Digital thermometer and legionella testing equipment
Cooling Tower showing by a Tutor
Pipe testing with a student
Who is This Course For?
This course is designed for managers, supervisors or engineers who require an understanding of how legionella bacteria may proliferate within their evaporative cooling system(s).
  Day 1 Day 2 Day 3
Start 09:00 09:00 09:00
End 16:30 16:30 16:30
  • Medical aspects of legionnaires disease
  • Relevant statutory documents
  • The requirements of Approved Code of Practice L8
  • Wet cooling system design, operation and maintenance requirements
  • Requirements of cleaning and disinfection of water and cooling systems
  • The requirements of monitoring systems, including water sampling and procedures if bacteria is found
  • The requirements of compiling and maintaining the water management log book
There are no additional requirements prior to attending this course.

Course Training Team

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Tony Green

Water Hygiene Training Manager

Tony is a Water Hygiene Training Manager with over 40 years' in the water industry; 10 years of which as a service engineer and 30 years within training and education.

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Customer Questions

Q: What is Legionella?
A: Legionella is a single bacterium of the legionellae.
Q: What is a duty holder?
A: The duty holder is an employer or person in control of a premises for example a landlord. The duty holder is also responsible for appointing the responsible person.
Q: What is the responsible person?
A: This is someone who is appointed by the duty holder and has the day-to-day responsibility for managing and controlling risks from legionella bacteria.
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Upcoming Course Dates
York
Monday, 10th August 2020
End date: Wednesday, 12th August 2020
York
Monday, 5th October 2020
End date: Wednesday, 7th October 2020
Slough
Monday, 9th November 2020
End date: Wednesday, 11th November 2020


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