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HABC Level 2 Award in Legionella Awareness (RQF) plus Risk Assessment Awareness
HABC Level 2 Award in Legionella Awareness (RQF) plus Risk Assessment Awareness

HABC Level 2 Award in Legionella Awareness (RQF) plus Risk Assessment Awareness

Having trained, knowledgeable staff becomes particularly important when controlling the risks associated with Legionella bacteria and in meeting the regulatory requirements set out in the HSE Approved Code of Practice (ACoP) and Guidance, L8. The ACoP states that,

“A suitable and sufficient assessment must be carried out to identify and assess the risk of exposure to legionella bacteria from work activities and water systems on the premises and any precautionary measures. The dutyholder is responsible for ensuring the risk assessment is carried out.”

The requirement to manage this risk now also extends to landlords and letting agents, regardless of the size or complexity of the hot and cold water system. Even where a risk assessment is contracted out to a specialist water risk assessment provider, it is essential that the dutyholder and responsible person have a good understanding of what constitutes a “suitable and sufficient assessment”. 

 

B & V Training Academy provides training to enable delegates to achieve the HABC Level 2 Award in Legionella Awareness (RQF) qualification as well as an understanding of risk assessments. This course is perfect for landlords or letting agents who need to conduct a basic domestic risk assessment on properties.

This is a nationally recognised, Ofqual accredited qualification, which is awarded through the UK’s leading awarding body in compliance qualifications, HABC .

What does the training cover?

This new, ground-breaking qualification is aimed at personnel who work with domestic water systems. The aim of the course is to raise awareness and reduce the risk associated with the waterborne bacteria that causes Legionnaires disease. The course is split into the following units:-

How long does the course take?

The course is delivered in one day.

How is the course assessed?

Assessment is by two short multiple choice question examinations.

How much does the course cost?

Prices will vary depending on whether the course is to take place at a customer’s site and the number of delegates attending. It is therefore best to contact the B & V Training Academy directly for further information.

How do I book a course?

Booking a course or simply logging an enquiry with the B&V Training Academy is simple. Please submit an enquiry using the following enquiry form and a member of the Training Academy support team will contact you within two working days to discuss your needs further. 

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