MANAGING LEGIONELLA IN SPA POOLS
£195.00 + VAT per person for groups of less than five (minimum group size is three candidates).
BIG DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE for groups of five or more.
Your Location. Courses are delivered at your venue, so no travel hassles.
Managing Legionella in Spa Pools
The course gives practical advice on the legal requirements of the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974, the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002 concerning the risk from exposure to legionella and guidance on compliance with the relevant parts of the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999.
You must be 18 years of age to enrol on this course.
This is a one day course and takes place at your location.
Part 1 - ACoP L8Identification and assessment of the risk
Carrying out a risk assessment
Managing the risk: Management responsibilities, training and competence
Implementation of the control scheme
Preventing or controlling the risk from exposure to legionella bacteria
Review of control measures: Monitoring and routine inspection
Responsibilities of designers, manufacturers, importers, suppliers and installers
Part 2 - The Control of Legionella Bacteria in Spa PoolsDefinition of a spa pool
Dealing with accidents, incidents and emergencies
Operating spa pools
Spa pool water purification
Information managers should provide for users
Maintaining water quality
The effect of pH on disinfectants
The effect of disinfectants on pH
Spa pool area hygiene
Monitoring for infectious agents
Closing a spa pool
Additional testing in outbreaks
Design and construction
The water treatment system
The balance tank
Chemical dosing and control systems
Air blower system
Spa pool water make up supply
Design bathing loads
Whirlpool baths in healthcare settings
Hiring and other commercial uses
Holiday Home and shared Spas and Hot tubs
‘Party Rental’ or ‘Entertainment Spas’