Water Regulations Training

The Water Supply Regulations have been in force in the United Kingdom to prevent waste misuse, undue consumption, contamination or erroneous measurement of drinking water.

This is a one day course which does not require candidates to engage in any prior study.

Upon successful completion, candidates will:

  • Be familiar with the contents of the Water Supply (Water Fittings) regulations 1999
  • Understand what the regulations mean and recognise their role in preventing waste, misuse, undue consumption, contamination and erroneous measurement of water.
  • Know how to comply with the regulations in practice
  • Carry out risk assessments on existing water systems


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Benefits

  • Approved contractors do not need to notify certain installations to the water company/local authority
  • Water companies compile a list of approved operatives and contractors which the general public can use
  • A large number of local authorities and housing associations will insist that operatives are approved
  • Approved operatives are permitted to self-certify their work, reducing the need for constant monitoring by water inspectors

Does It Apply To Me?

This course is intended for plumbers and those working in associated trades who are involved with the installation, design or specification of water systems or with buildings containing water systems. The course will introduce the Water Regulations and provide the training required to prove competence in the Water Supply (Water Fittings) Regulations 1999.

What Now?

To book a place on the above course, or for information on other Get Training courses complete our enquiry form or call us on 0844 414 1330 today.

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