Water Hygiene Course
About this course:
This course is This course is based on the ISO 24512 “Activities relating to drinking water and waste-water services”. and is a requirement by Irish Water for all welders before they can start welding.
Who should attend ?
Persons wishing to gain an understanding of the Good water hygiene practices .
SALES: 051 844922
HIRE: 051 306910
Training is carried out by highly competent, approved, accredited and experienced welding trainers. We provide hands-on training, not simply demonstrations as others do. We will try to instill as much technical knowledge as possible in the short amount time we will have with you. As as a trainee you will also have the added benefit of being able to call your trainer with any of site issues that you may come against afterwards.
National Water Hygiene
Good water hygiene practices are essential for the protection of public health. Any time a fresh water supply is installed, repaired, maintained, or extended, there are risks to the safety of this water and to public health. This course is geared to highlight the risks and the necessary precautions required when engaging with a fresh water supply.
This course examines the Drinking Water System from source to supply. It highlights the necessity of good Water Hygiene practices to minimise the risk of contamination of a Drinking Water System at every stage of the process.
This course is based on the ISO 24512 “Activities relating to drinking water and waste-water services”.
It also forms the basis of being listed on the Energy and Utility Skills Register, and complies to the Drinking Water Inspectorate (DWI) requirements for National Water Hygiene in the UK.
There is a theory and practical assessment at the end of this course
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