For those involved in engineering projects associated with healthcare water systems, Eastwood Park has developed a unique, new course on Water hygiene in capital projects, scheduled for delivery from summer 2019.
This new 3-day course is designed for all those responsible for aspects of these projects in hospitals and other healthcare facilities, from the design of water healthcare systems, through the handover stage and to those responsible for ongoing operation and maintenance.
This could include anything from ward or building refurbishment to major construction schemes, or even non-hospital related projects where specific healthcare practices may be required.
Lyndsay Corbett, Training Manager at Eastwood Park, commented
“Poorly designed and installed projects create a significant risk of Legionella and other waterborne pathogens forming in water systems. By now, we are all aware of the potential consequences of this, particularly within a healthcare setting.
“Consequently, we felt there was a real need for specific training on water hygiene in capital projects. This new course will support capital project teams and their contracted design and installation partners with an essential and improved understanding of microbiological risks associated with water systems.”
Reserve your place for 30 July - 01 August, call +44 (0)1454 262777 or email us.
Read more about this new course here.