Introduction to the Framework for Management of Recycled Water Quality and Use

Introduction to the Framework for Management of Recycled Water Quality and Use

$375.00 GST included

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

  • the historical context for recycled water quality management
  • key changes in the Australian Guidelines for Water Recycling from historical approaches
  • Log Reduction Values and their relevance by role
  • Framework ‘Element by Element’ requirements
  • practical approaches to comply with Element requirements
  • the risks in running a recycled water system
  • that recycled water quality risk management is ‘everyone’s business – not just the water quality team

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Who should do this course?
Executive managers
High level team leaders
Operators
Health and resource regulators
Also of interest to C-suite managers

ISO 31000:  5.2, 5.3, 5.4.1-5.4.4, 5.5

Time:  2 hours


ABOUT THIS COURSE

Learning Outcomes

  • Understanding of the historical context for recycled water quality management.
  • Understanding of key changes in the Australian Guidelines for Water Recycling from historical approaches.
  • Understanding of Log Reduction Values and their relevance by role.
  • Understanding of Framework 'Element by Element' requirements.
  • Understanding of practical approaches to comply with Element requirements.
  • Understanding of the risks in running a recycled water system.
  • Understanding that recycled water quality risk management is 'everyone's business - not just the water quality team

Author and Presenter
This course has been developed by Dr Annette  Davison, 'The Water Risk Doctor' and winner of the 2021 AWA Water Professional of the Year award.

Annette is a microbiologist and paralegal with over 30 years in the water and environment industries and, the founder of Risk Edge Pty Ltd plus co-founder of water quality monitoring and information company, D2K Information Pty Ltd.

Annette lead-authored the World Health Organisation’s first Water Safety Plan initiative in 2004-5 and was instrumental in achieving inclusion of risk management within the Australian Drinking Water Guidelines in 2004. 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’ and was a board member for two periods (2003-2005 and 2015-2017). Most recently, Annette has been involved in developing and implementing drinking water management system guidelines for local water utilities and continues to implement water cycle governance risk management

1 review for Introduction to the Framework for Management of Recycled Water Quality and Use

Murray Thompson, Director – MTWS Pty Ltd (verified owner)

I have also just completed the RiskReady online Recycled Water course, which was excellent, especially all the scenario type questions, which were brilliant, as well as all the download information.

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