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BPEC Legionella Risk Assessment and Water Systems Disinfection for Mechanical Services

  • LANGLEY COLLEGE
  • ENTRY

Course Overview

This 1-day course provides a comprehensive overview of the main legislative and guidance documents, relative to the control of Legionnaire’s disease and the disinfection of water systems, as well as practical guidance on how to carry out a risk assessment of a cold and hot water system in a building and make recommendations to rectify the problems.

It is designed to meet the requirements of the revised Approved Code of Practice (ACOP) and Guidance: Legionnaire’s disease: The control of Legionella bacteria in water systems, and the technical guidance HSG274 Part 2: The control of Legionella in hot and cold-water systems (HSG274)

The course price quoted includes assessment and certification and is VAT exempt.

This course will be available on the following dates:
2nd September 2024
4th November 2024

If you have any questions, please contact us at Greenskills@windsor-forest.ac.uk or call us at 01753 793244

Course Code

XRZMGHP9L0

Course Fee
£325.00
Start Time

09:00

End Time

16:30

Entry Requirements

Trainees must hold a recognised trade qualification in plumbing and heating. A working knowledge of central heating, hot and cold water systems is essen...

Course information

The course modules cover:
o The background to the disease
o Causes of the disease and how it is transmitted
o Sources of the bacteria
o How to manage and control the risk of Legionellosis
o How to carry out the cleaning and disinfection of cold and hot water systems
o The basic cold and hot water design principles and risks associated with Legionella
o Practical guidance on how to carry out a risk assessment of a cold and hot water system in a building and make recommendations to rectify the problems
o Guidance on how to collect, transport and submit water samples to be analysed for Legionella bacteria

1 Day

Legionella Risk Assessment and Water System Disinfection Assessment, consisting of 25 multiple choice questions each.

One practical assessment.

This is a stand-alone course