Potable WaterDownload as PDF
LO1: Explain what potable water is and why water needs to be treated
LO2: Explain how potable water is produced
LO3: Explain how potable water is transported offshore
LO4: Identify the hazards and health risks that can be associated with potable water
LO5: Explain the role microbes play in potable water
LO6: Describe the dangers of organic and inorganic substances
LO7: Explain turbidity
LO8: Explain the additional hazards associated with potable water
LO9: Explain the different treatment options available
LO10: List the precautions for mixing disinfectants
LO11: Describe the additional risk mitigation methods
LO12: Identify legislation applicable to water management
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No prerequisites are required to sit this course.
This course is CPD approved. The assessment is taken during the course and is within the expected duration.
The course is available in the following languages: English; Norwegian
The aim of this course is to provide you with an awareness of what potable water is, how it is produced, stored and treated, along with an understanding of associated hazards, risks and controls.
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