NTS0014: Water Safety Planning: An Effective Water Quality Management Tool for Utilities and Community Water Supply Schemes

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Session 1: Date: 7th – 11th June 2021 (1 Week)
Session 1: Date: 1st – 5th November 2021 (1 Week)

Venue: Nairobi, Kenya

About the Course

Water Safety Plans (WSPs) provide water utilities with a risk-based, preventative approach to managing water supplies with the cooperation of other key stakeholders. Successful implementation of WSPs can improve drinking water quality, accrue operational efficiencies and provide a robust framework to better target more sustainable capital investments. Water safety plans also addresses factors that contribute to management of non-revenue water (NRW) through physical water losses in distribution systems.


Course Objectives

  1. Be able to fully understand the implementation processes of water safety plan (WSP)
  2. Be able to monitor and evaluate progress and achievements of the WSP
  3. Understand the road map to implementation of WSP at local, regional and national level.


Who can benefit from this course?

The training is aimed at all individuals involved in the management of drinking water quality, including management, operational staff (both quality assurance and engineers) of water suppliers, representatives of government agencies, community supply managers and representatives from NGO’s.


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