Bitesize training: ship sanitation inspection (module two) - water systems

CIEH member: £55
Affiliate member: £110
Non-member: £110
CIEH student member: £110

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Available date:
23 May


Overview

Module two in our ship sanitation series aims to de-mystify the common elements of potable water systems. Hidden away, largely in the engine room of a ship, the different types of water systems are often not particularly familiar to those carrying out ship inspections.

This training event will cover water systems that are typically found in most types of ships from cargo to cruise. Using practical examples, plans and photographs, we will explore how the various components work, typical issues that arise and the necessary international standards to be applied. This course is recommended for those who are new to ship inspection or looking to gain more confidence in this area.

Bookings are also open for module three which will focus on sewage treatment and ballast water systems.

Each module is stand-alone and you don’t have to attend all of them. You are welcome to book a specific module or you can book onto all three to immerse yourself in the entire series.

Objectives

  • Explore the various components of ship water systems and their purpose
  • Discuss typical issues that arise and risks to look out for
  • Examine the role of international standards such as the WHO ‘Handbook for Inspection of Ships and Issuance of Ship Sanitation Certificates’
  • Increase your confidence when investigating such systems and verifying their correct operation

Who should attend

  • Port Health/Environmental Health Officers
  • Authorised officers engaged in ship inspections

CPD: 2 hours

Martin Walker

Martin Walker CFCIEH, BSc (Hons) Environmental Sciences, Chartered Environmental Health Practitioner, EHORB registered.

Martin’s experience surrounds Port Health and EHO roles and responsibilities, and he has delivered occasional Inland Imported Food Courses on behalf of the CIEH for the Food Standards Agency (FSA). His responsibilities in his work for the Ministry of Health, Government of Bermuda included setting up and recruiting and managing the new port health section within the environmental health department, to act as the leading technical expert on matters relating to port health at the L.F Wade International Airport and three authorised seaports at Bermuda, while also developing imported food legislation plus implementing imported food check systems for Bermuda. Martin has previously worked for the Suffolk Coastal Port Health Authority as a Port Health Officer, which involved him carrying out required ship inspections of vessels using the port, as well as protecting the public and animal health through the enforcement of UK and EU legislation.

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