What’s the Point?! Understanding Critical Control Points (CCPs) for Water Product Safety

What’s the Point?! Understanding Critical Control Points (CCPs) for Water Product Safety

$450.00 GST included

In this 2 hour online course, you’ll gain an understanding of:

  • the importance of controls and CCPs as part of a sound water management framework
  • how to assess the supply chain risks for your water products
  • types of controls and common CCPs
  • sound documentation and record-keeping practices

Who is this course designed for?

  • Owners and managers of any water product or service
  • Utility or other water supply operators
  • Regulators of water products and services
  • Auditors of water suppliers

ISO 31000: 5.4.1, 5.4.2, 5.4.5, 6.4.1-6.4.4, 6.6

Time: approx. 2 hours


Learning Outcomes

  • Understanding the fundamentals of a sound risk management framework for water products
  • Understanding the importance of controls and CCPs as part of the multiple-barrier approach to risk management
  • Understanding the types of controls and key features of CCPs
  • Understanding common CCPs (including the how, what, where, when and who of monitoring and reporting)
  • Understanding the importance of documentation and record-keeping
Dr Annette Davison, Australian Water Association's 2021 Water Professional of the Year
Dr Annette Davison (HND, BSc(Hons), MEnvLGovLaw, PhD, PMAWA, GAICD)

Course Presenters
This course was jointly developed and is presented by Dr Annette Davison and Ms Sarah Loder, the principal Risk Specialists and Exemplar Global-certified Water Quality Management System Lead Auditors, of The Risk Edge Group.

Annette, 'The Water Risk Doctor' and winner of the 2021 AWA Water Professional of the Year award, is a microbiologist and a paralegal with over 30 years of experience in the water, environment and microbiology industries. Besides founding The Risk Edge Group, Annette is also a co-founder of water quality monitoring and information company, D2K Information Pty Ltd. She has sat on many boards and committees, including the board of the Australian Water Association (AWA) (2003-05 and 2015-17), the WaterRA Special Advisory Committee, and OneWater Advocates.

Annette was a lead author and contributor to various state, national and international guidelines for drinking water management systems (DWMSs), including the World Health Organisation’s first Water Safety Plan Manual (2009) and the NSW Guidelines for DWMSs (2013). She was instrumental in achieving inclusion of risk management in the Australian Drinking Water Guidelines in 2004.

Ms Sarah Loder (BEng(Mech)(Hons), MComm(MgtAcctg), MIEAust, PMAWA)

Awarded the AWA’s Nancy Millis Award in 2005 for recognition of her services to risk management, Annette was also honoured in 2012 as an AWA ‘NSW Legend of Water’. Most recently, Annette has been involved in developing and implementing water quality management systems for water utilities, and is increasingly dedicating more time to educating and training industry participants on the best practices of water cycle governance risk management.

Sarah Loder is a risk professional with expertise in water quality and public health management. With more than 15 years of experience in process engineering, audit and risk-related management consulting for government and private sector customers, Sarah has a deep understanding of both technical and operational aspects of water quality management.

Sarah is a specialist in the design, development, implementation and evaluation of risk-based water quality management systems. With key skills across risk assessment planning, hazard and critical control point analysis (HACCP), process mapping, gap analysis and internal audit, reporting and complex data analysis.


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