HACCP for Building Water Systems - Workshop (Day 2)
$580 General Registration (Industry, Consultants)
$375 Regulatory (Government, Academia, US Military, Veterans)
Prerequisite: HACCP for Building Water Systems - (Day 1)
This one-day workshop builds on the classroom training in HACCP for Building Water Systems (Day 1). Through a series of activities and practical exercises, this workshop teaches the participant how to develop and implement a HACCP plan for multiple hazards associated with building water systems, including physical hazards (scalding), chemical hazards (lead, disinfection by-products), and microbial hazards (Legionella, Pseudomonas, NTM). This workshop provides a hands-on training experience to enable the participant to work through HACCP system components, including:
Together with the 1st day training, the workshop is designed to give the participant a thorough understanding of HACCP for Building Water Systems, and practical knowledge of how to apply HACCP to their own facilities. There is an exam at the end of the course. Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are earned for successful completion.
Who should attend:
Building owners, facilities managers, risk professionals, infection preventionists, industrial hygienists, environment health & safety (EH&S) professionals, real estate professionals, plumbing engineers and designers, and regulators.
Note: This content of this course was developed by NSF International’s Advisors Aaron Rosenblatt (Gordon & Rosenblatt, LLC) and William McCoy (Phigenics LLC).