Management Framework for Recycled Water Quality and Use
This course has been designed to assist people to prepare for the competency unit RABQSA-RW – Management Systems for Recycled Water Quality. The next exam is to be held at RMIT on 2nd August, 2012.
This is a practical course, structured around a series of sessions that illustrate each of the principles and concepts of the Framework using illustrative examples. The three trainers delivering the course have been intimately involved in developing and implementing the AGWR1 in full, including the Framework.
- Overview of water recycling in Australia
- Historical context and development of the AGWR1 and the Framework
- Overview of recycled water risk assessment and management frameworks
- Overview of the Framework and related requirements
- Commitment, stakeholders and system assessment team
- System description and process flow diagrams
- Data analysis and interpretation
- Methodologies for hazard analysis and risk assessment
- Identifying hazards, assessing risks and setting management priorities
- Identifying preventive measures, critical control points and control programs
- Developing specifications for monitoring and control of risks
- Management of incidents and emergencies
- Validation including exposure assessment, pathogen log reduction requirements and validation of treatment processes
- Verification of system performance
- Supporting programs underpinning the risk management system
- Management plans and regulatory approvals
Who Should Attend?
- Individuals wanting a practical understanding of the Framework
- Professionals using the Framework in operational, regulatory or service provision roles
- Candidates seeking the competency unit RABQSA-RW – Management Systems for Recycled Water Quality on Chapter 2 of the AGWR1. The next exam is to be held 2nd August 2012 at RMIT, Melbourne.
To request a registration form, event flyer or for further information about IWES and its courses, please call Jenny on 1800 000 404 or email firstname.lastname@example.org