Water Safety planning.

Istanbul - Turkey , Registration Deadline: March 25,2022 , Training Date: March 28,2022 TO March 30,2022

Introduction of WSP:

The World Health Organization (WHO) has developed the Water Safety Plan (WSP) to provide a systematic approach for improving and maintaining drinking-water safety; “The most effective means of consistently ensuring the safety of a drinking-water supply is using a comprehensive risk assessment and risk management approach that encompasses all steps in water supply from catchment to consumer. In these Guidelines, such approaches are called water safety plans (WSPs)”

Water safety plan introduction and key features.

A water safety plan is a plan to ensure the safety of drinking water using a comprehensive risk assessment and risk management approach that encompasses all steps in water supply from catchment to consumer.

Following are the key feature of WSP.

  • Public health can be protected by knowing the supply system thoroughly, understanding utility staff roles, being aware of what problems may occur, and acting to control those problems to result in more consistent supplies of safe drinking water.
  • WSPs requires an understanding that is beyond the “technical” aspects (e.g., managerial, training, and incident response).
  • WSPs are based on risk management principles from other approaches, including HACCP (hazard analysis and critical control points) and the multi-barrier approach.
  • The WSP approach is applicable to all types of water supply systems.
  • End-point monitoring is still important in verifying drinking-water safety. However, a complementary approach is also needed to lower the risk of contaminants from entering drinking-water supplies in the first place to better protect consumers.
  • WSPs involve preventive risk analysis and risk management from catchment to point of use.

Purpose of the WSP training.

The water safety plan training aims to:

 

The purpose of this training is to train UN/ INGO/ NGO and DOW staff on how to use/implement the WSP to identify the hazards/risks linked to drinking water and develop the mitigation plan to minimize contamination in source waters and reduce or remove contamination by treatment or Prevent contamination during storage, distribution, and handling of water at the household level.

 

  • Participants will learn about water safety plan tools, objectives, and importance, etc
  • Participants will learn about WSP development stages.
  • Participants will learn how to use the tools to identify the drinking water risk associated with human health and how to develop the mitigation plan to minimize the risk from catchment to consumer of water infrastructure.
  • How to prevent contamination during storage, distribution, and handling.
  • Participants will learn how to mainstream the WSP concept at the Policy level and how to reserve funding for implementation of the mitigation plan.

Purpose of the WSP training.

The water safety plan training aims to:

 

The purpose of this training is to train UN/ INGO/ NGO and DOW staff on how to use/implement the WSP to identify the hazards/risks linked to drinking water and develop the mitigation plan to minimize contamination in source waters and reduce or remove contamination by treatment or Prevent contamination during storage, distribution, and handling of water at the household level.

 

  • Participants will learn about water safety plan tools, objectives, and importance, etc
  • Participants will learn about WSP development stages.
  • Participants will learn how to use the tools to identify the drinking water risk associated with human health and how to develop the mitigation plan to minimize the risk from catchment to consumer of water infrastructure.
  • How to prevent contamination during storage, distribution, and handling.
  • Participants will learn how to mainstream the WSP concept at the Policy level and how to reserve funding for implementation of the mitigation plan.

Purpose of the WSP training.

The water safety plan training aims to:

 

The purpose of this training is to train UN/ INGO/ NGO and DOW staff on how to use/implement the WSP to identify the hazards/risks linked to drinking water and develop the mitigation plan to minimize contamination in source waters and reduce or remove contamination by treatment or Prevent contamination during storage, distribution, and handling of water at the household level.

 

  • Participants will learn about water safety plan tools, objectives, and importance, etc
  • Participants will learn about WSP development stages.
  • Participants will learn how to use the tools to identify the drinking water risk associated with human health and how to develop the mitigation plan to minimize the risk from catchment to consumer of water infrastructure.
  • How to prevent contamination during storage, distribution, and handling.
  • Participants will learn how to mainstream the WSP concept at the Policy level and how to reserve funding for implementation of the mitigation plan.

Purpose of the WSP training.

The water safety plan training aims to:

The purpose of this training is to train UN/ INGO/ NGO and DOW staff on how to use/implement the WSP to identify the hazards/risks linked to drinking water and develop the mitigation plan to minimize contamination in source waters and reduce or remove contamination by treatment or Prevent contamination during storage, distribution, and handling of water at the household level.

  • Participants will learn about water safety plan tools, objectives, and importance, etc
  • Participants will learn about WSP development stages.
  • Participants will learn how to use the tools to identify the drinking water risk associated with human health and how to develop the mitigation plan to minimize the risk from catchment to consumer of water infrastructure.
  • How to prevent contamination during storage, distribution, and handling.
  • Participants will learn how to mainstream the WSP concept at the Policy level and how to reserve funding for implementation of the mitigation plan.

Scope of the WSP

The training is expected to cover the following components:

The proposed training will focus on all the steps and modules recommended for water safety plan training, following are the 12 modules proposed to cover under the WSP scope.

  • Module 1 – Assemble the WSP team
  • Module 2 – Describe the water supply system
  • Module 3 – Identify hazards and hazardous events and assess the risks
  • Module 4 – Determine and validate control measures, reassess and prioritize the risks
  • Module 5 – Develop, implement and maintain an improvement/upgrade plan
  • Module 6 – Define monitoring of the control measures
  • Module 7 – Verify the effectiveness of the WSP
  • Module 8 – Prepare management procedures
  • Module 9 – Develop supporting programmed
  • Module 10 – Plan and carry out a periodic review of the WSP
  • Module 11 – Revise the WSP following an incident WSP quality assurance tool
  • (Module 12) Competence wheel exercise (Part II)

Methodology of training

The mixed training methodology (in-house lecture, group work, and field visit to water supply scheme) will be used during the training. The training will be highly innovative and focused on a friendly environment and will be delivered using interactive methodologies to ensure that participants are engaged in learning and understand each step of the training activity. The participants will be encouraged to participate in practical activities and raise questions, which will be properly answered with examples and evidence from various contexts. The training will be evaluated at every day’s end to know the shortcomings/lacking and will be improved for next day. And Half-day field visit will be conducted to pre-test some tools.

Training deliverable:

The consultant will provide a debriefing before the end of training. The output of the mission will be

  • WSP learning handout
  • Course completion certificate for participants attending training.
  • Selection of appropriate material for WSP tools and activities (for field implementation)

Targeted audience

  • This training will be very useful for Managers, supervisors/ Officer and Engineers working in Water-related project activities.

Training language:

English with Arabic and Kurdish translation

Medium of Instruction:

English

Duration & Venue:       

March 28 to 30, 2022

ISTANBUL- TURKEY

Registration Deadline:   

March  25, 2022

Course Fee:

  • Local Organizations (Iraq/Syria Based):                                       USD  990
  • International Organizations (Iraq/Syria Based):                           USD  1190

Residential Package: 

Residential Package is available at the venue hotel on payment of required charges.

In-House Training:

CRSM also offers this training for your organisation as an in-house event. This will be cost effective and customised for your organisation’s specific needs. To discuss this, please contact CRSM representative at +90 (539) 683 49 70 or mail to registration@crsmconsulting.net

How to be registered?

Please download the registration form from the link below and send its soft copy to registration@crsmconsulting.net our correspondent will contact you for further processing.

For Further Information, Please Contact:

Email: registration@crsmconsulting.net

Tel: +90 (539) 683 49 70  OR  +92 (321) 55 65 072

OR +92 (321) 55 65 072

 

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