"Mitigating the Risk of Legionella" is the new 8-module online course from Watts for facility managers, engineers and infection control professionals.
In this 2 1/2 hour course, industry experts explain points of legionella risk in a building’s premise plumbing system, best practices for testing and monitoring, current design trends and more. Hear from experts Janet Stout, MD, president, Special Pathogens Laboratory; Aaron Boch, P.E., senior plumbing engineer; and Christoph Lohr, vice president, strategic initiatives, IAPMO.
By completing all eight modules, engineers can receive 0.25 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) through the American Society of Plumbing Engineers (ASPE), and all participants who complete the modules will receive a Certificate of Completion for the course.
“Our goal is to help customers prevent illness, shutdowns, and disruption by gaining a deeper understanding of Legionella in building plumbing systems,” said Scott Alford, health care accounts manager at Watts. “This course is a ‘go-to’ resource not to miss.”
The 8-module course is available for $50 per person. Go to LegionellaCourses.com to watch a preview or to register.