NSF Offering Training Courses on Managing Water Quality in Buildings

NSF International is holding a series of training courses on Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) for building water systems.  The application of HACCP to building water safety can be an effective means of managing water quality and protecting the health of occupants and the public. HACCP programs have proven effective and practical for controlling the growth and dispersal of pathogens such as Legionella in building water systems. The one day training course will cover: what is HACCP, hazards associated with building water systems; issues associated with hazards; how HACCP is applied to building water systems and much more.  The cost is $580.  Courses are scheduled for Philadelphia, Ann Arbor, Washington, DC, Chicago, and Las Vegas over the next few months.

See the complete list of training events and registration information at http://www.nsf.org/training-education/all-courses/category/water-wastewater.