Managing Legionella Risk In Buildings Through Water Safety Management Planning
WCWC is pleased to be participating in a course, Managing Legionella Risk in Buildings through Water Safety Management Planning. This course will be presented by the private sector and federal and provincial partners to provide education on effective water safety management plans to reduce exposure to Legionella. Information will be beneficial for building owners, facility managers, drinking water system owners and operators, public health inspectors and healthcare professionals.
This course will provide a foundational understanding of how to write effective water safety management plans based on the ANSI/ASHRAE 188 standard to manage Legionella in buildings. Participants will hear from various private and public sector partners on how each is uniquely positioned to assist in managing the proliferation of Legionella in buildings. Speakers include: Aziz Ahmed, Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks; Jennifer Clancy, ESPRI Institute; Michele Grenier, Ontario Water Works Association; Brian Jobb, Walkerton Clean Water Centre; John Minnery, Public Health Ontario; Jeff Moffat, Public Services and Procurement Canada; Bill Pearson, BPEARSON Consulting; Patrick Racine, DuBois Canada; Patsy Root, IDEXX Laboratories; and Gordon Yasvinski, Health Canada.
The course will be held on May 16, 2019, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., at 125 Resources Road, Toronto. There is no charge to attend.
Visit the Ontario Water Works Association website to register: https://www.owwa.ca/events-calendar/.