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Guidelines for using the web-enabled Water Safety Plan Tool
Expanded Title:Water Safety Planning is a systematic process that aims to consistently ensure acceptable drinking water quality that does not exceed the numerical limits in SANS 241 by implementing an integrated water quality management plan, which includes a risk assessment and risk management approach from catchment to point of delivery. In so doing the process allows for better understanding of water supply systems. Once the risk has been identified, control measures can be put into place to mitigate these risks. The process also needs to identify systems by which these measures are implemented and monitored. Management plans describing actions taken during normal operation or incident conditions and documenting the system assessment (including upgrade and improvement), monitoring and communication plans and supporting programmes, should be included. These guidelines introduce Water Safety Planning to the reader, highlight key steps to be considered when developing a Water Safety Plan and provide step-by-step guidance as to how to use the Water Safety Plan Tools currently hosted on the electronic Water Quality Management System (eWQMS)/Emanti.
Date Published:01/04/2012
Document Type:Research Report
Document Subjects:Drinking water - Water treatment
Document Keywords:Water Quality
Document Format:Report
Document File Type:pdf
Research Report Type:Technical
WRC Report No:TT 515/12
ISBN No:978-1-4312-0238-6
Authors:Jack U; De Souza P
Project No:K5/1993//3
Organizations:Emanti Management (Pty) Ltd
Document Size:6 929 KB
Attachments:Table of Contents for TT 515.pdf
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