Building water quality is a newly-recognized public health concern, as water quality can decline rapidly in buildings due to stagnation, low flow, and other factors. Best management practices can reduce the risk of Legionella and other pathogens from forming inside a building’s water system.
This workshop will cover:
- How building water quality is affected by opportunistic premise plumbing pathogens, corrosion, and building plumbing design.
- Real-world examples on how to use hazard analysis and critical control point (HACCP) principles to understand and manage building water quality.
This workshop will be of interest to large building owners and operators, facilities staff, public health officials, drinking water regulators, and communications staff in these organizations
Sponsored by: Portland Water Bureau
When: Friday, November 17, 2017 from 8 to 10 am, registration and coffee starting at 7:30 am
Where: 644 N Tillamook St., Portland, OR 97227
Questions: 503-823-7525 or WBWaterLine@portlandoregon.gov
Register today at: www.portlandoregon.gov/water/buildingwq.