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BOHS P904 - Management and control in leisure, display, therapy and other non-industrial systems

Syllabus/Course Structure and Assessment

BOHS P904 - Management and control in leisure, display, therapy and other non-industrial systems is there to provide background and an overview of the risk of Legionella infection and how it can be controlled in leisure, display, therapy and other non-industrial water systems. It is a requirement of this course that candidates have successfully completed P901- Legionella- Management and Control of Building Hot and Cold Water Services [Syllabus GM.1]. Where both P901 and P904 courses are run on subsequent days or as a combined course then this pre-requirement is waived.

The main subject areas of the course are:

Who is this course suitable for?

Anyone responsible for assessing and controlling legionella risks in non-industrial water systems.

This includes:

  • Duty holders and other responsible persons.
  • Legionella consultants.
  • Water system operatives and technicians.
  • Health and safety practitioners.
  • Occupational hygienists.

Course Timing

Duration: 1 day

Start time: 9am on course day

Finish time: Approximately 4pm

Written Exam: 20 short answer questions to be answered in 60 minutes. It is necessary to obtain 50% to pass the written examination.

Report submission.

In order to be awarded a Certificate for this examination, candidates are required to provide evidence of field proficiency. To satisfy this requirement candidates are required to demonstrate that they have carried out, possibly under supervision, one field assessment of an appropriate water systems under their direct or indirect control. The report must show to the examiner that the candidate is competent to do the work.



Location - Manchester

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