This scheme covers topics such as health and hygiene awareness and contamination risks when working on clean water sites, water treatment or transient works on the water network. Registration on this scheme is a requirement for access to operational and restricted sites. The Energy & Utility Skills Register (EUSR) card issued for this scheme is sometimes referred to as the ‘Blue Card’. Completing a National Water Hygiene training programme and assessment results in an EUSR registration for three years. For further information on the scheme please visit https://www.eusr.co.uk/schemes-programmes/our-industries/water/national-water-hygiene/
|Location||Distance Learning – Delivered Online|
|Start Date||This course runs a number of times throughout the year. Contact us for the next available dates|
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