BSRIA is delighted to be launching a new and exciting one day industry course: Management of Water Systems which will ensure you are up to speed with all current legislation and guidelines to guarantee good codes of practice.
This new course delivers an overview of the types of systems encountered in a range of buildings. It is aimed at FM managers, those who carry out treatment, routine sampling, testing and inspections of water systems and those who are considering carrying out their own monitoring work or checking and replacing outside contractors.
Topics covered include:
- Types of water services.
- The importance of comfort, safety, compliance and the use of data.
- Legal requirements & regulations.
- Things that can go wrong.
- Case studies.
Factors that are considered important in the management of water within buildings will be
covered with an opportunity for delegates to feedback all and any experience.
The course will be held @ BSRIA’s HQ in Bracknell.
Mike Lee, BSRIA Training Manager, said:
“This is another prestigious new course in BSRIA’s 2018 programme of training being offered. It is designed to be a hands-on collaborative learning experience, with lots of invaluable takeaways which can be put into use.
It will bring delegates up to speed with the correct legal requirements and responsibilities of duty holders and will cover the importance of the terminology and what is essential to remember when managing services.
Specific themes will include: mains water and private water supplies; basic hot and cold water; humidifiers; softeners; filtration; rainwater harvesting; ornamental features; pools, spas and hydrotherapy; bottled water dispensers; and the ever-important subject of the control of legionella.”
Management of Water Systems
- Thursday 6th December – starting at 09:00 hrs.
BSRIA, Old Bracknell Lane West, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 7AH.