BOHS P901 - Management and control of building hot and cold water services

£275 ex VAT & a BOHS exam fee of £135 per delegate

Syllabus/Course Structure and Assessment

P901 - Management and control of building hot and cold water services is there to provide background and an overview of the risk of Legionella infection and how it can be controlled in domestic type hot and cold water systems. (This course is also a pre-requirement before undertaking course P903 - Management and Control of Evaporative Cooling Systems and other High Risk Industrial Systems or P904 - Management and Control in Leisure, Display, Therapy and other Non-Industrial Systems.)

The main subject areas of the course are:

How is the course assessed?

This is a Closed-book examination comprising 20 short answer questions to be answered in 60 minutes. It is necessary to obtain 50% to pass the written examination.

Who is this course suitable for?

  • Water system technicians and operatives.
  • Responsible persons for domestic hot and cold water systems (e.g. building and facilities managers, duty holders, maintenance staff).
  • Legionella consultants.
  • Occupational hygienists and health and safety managers.

Course Timing

Duration: 1 day

Start time: 9am on course day

Finish time: Approximately 4pm

Written Exam: Closed-book examination, 20 short answer Q's, 60 mins

Location - Manchester

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