Water Management – Monitoring, Troubleshooting, Reporting & Documentation (Module 4)
This module – Monitoring, Troubleshooting, Reporting & Documentation – is part of a comprehensive Water Management programme. There are four modules in total which can be completed by the appropriate job role. This awareness course is aimed at Medics, 2nd Engineers, Chief Officers or similar.
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Delegates receive one attempt per licence unless stated otherwise. If a delegate does not achieve the pass mark, they will be required to order another licence to resit the course.
This module – Monitoring, Troubleshooting, Reporting & Documentation – is part of a comprehensive Water Management programme. There are four modules in total which can also be completed separately by job role. This module provides candidates with a clear understanding of the monitoring regimes and troubleshooting methods relevant to potable water, reporting requirements and an understanding of the necessary documents.
- Describe the monitoring regimes and parameters relevant to potable water
- Describe troubleshooting methods for testing potable water
- Describe how to reduce and prevent bad smells or tastes
- Describe the measures required to prevent highly coloured and turbid water
- Describe the corrective measures required to avoid low pH values
- Describe the corrective measures required to avoid high pH values
- Explain errors in pH recording and how to prevent them
- Explain high conductivity levels and how to avoid them
- Describe insufficient U.V. disinfection and how to correct the problem
- Describe insufficient chlorination and how to correct the problem
- Explain high colony counts and how to reduce contamination
- Explain how E.coli, Clostridium perfringens, Intestinal enterococci and coliform bacteria can enter potable water and how to reduce contamination
- Explain high iron and copper content and how to reduce the levels
- Explain high heavy metals and Trihalomethanes in water and how to reduce their presence
- Explain that documentation is used to maintain good health, safety and environmental compliance of our potable water system
- Identify the documentation to be used, the reporting requirements and the process to follow for recording information.
- Explain that documentation is required to meet regulations
- Explain the collection and use of data in relation to potable water management
- Explain that regulations require Emergency Preparedness
- Explain the documentation process used to record potable water records
- Explain the documentation process used to record potable water records and audits
- Duration: 30 minutes
- Knowledge Check: 10 Questions Final Assessment
- Certification: Delegates will receive a Cresent certificate on successful completion of this course
- Operating System: Windows (7,8,10) and Apple Mac
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- Plug-In: Adobe Flash Player required
- Additional Hardware: Please ensure that you have headphones or speakers
- Please note that our courses cannot be run on tablets or smartphones