Airborne Environmental Consultants

BOHS P900 - Maintenance and testing of control measures for domestic hot and cold water systems

Syllabus/Course Structure and Assessment

P900 - Maintenance and testing of control measures for domestic hot and cold water systems is there to provide the basis of competence of operatives undertaking the operation and monitoring of domestic hot and cold water systems in buildings.

The objective is to enable the candidates to identify the risks posed by legionella bacteria and understand how to manage the risks in domestic water systems, to a standard which minimises the risk of exposure and ill health.

The main subject areas of the course are:

How is the course assessed?

This is a multiple choice examination comprising 20 questions to be answered in 60 minutes. It is necessary to obtain 75% to pass the written examination.

Who is this course suitable for?

  • Persons training to become a water system operative or technician.
  • Someone who requires a foundation level of understanding in order to take a Level 4 Proficiency qualification (e.g. P901).

Course Timing

Duration: 1 day

Start time: 9am on course day

Finish time: Approximately 4pm

Written Exam: 20 Multiple choice questions, 60 mins



Location - Manchester

Location - Essex

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