If you’re responsible for your facility’s water management program, you may find you’re asking yourself a lot of questions these days.
- Does your Water Management Plan (WMP) comply with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) requirements?
- Does your WMP align with the current ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 188-2018, Legionellosis: Risk Management for Building Water Systems?
- Have you utilized the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Tool Kit: Developing a Water Management Program to Reduce Legionella Growth and Spread in Buildings?
- Is your WMP specific to your facility?
- Do you have a network of peers to share what works and what doesn’t?
If you’re facing these five tricky questions, then you know those are the same reasons you need straightforward answers. You’ll find the answers at The Legionella Summit. On November 13, The Legionella Summit will connect you with industry practitioners and thought leaders experienced with tools you need to button up your WMP plan and activate it should you ever need to.
The Summit dives into the seven elements of the CDC Tool Kit, giving you more meat to apply when creating or updating your WMP, including how to:
- Establish a water management program team
- Describe the building water systems using text and flow diagrams
- Identify areas where Legionella could grow and spread
- Decide where control measures should be applied and how to monitor them
- Establish ways to intervene when control limits are not met
- Make sure the program is running as designed and is effective
- Document and communicate all the activities
Table breakout sessions will occur throughout the session to discuss your specific obstacles with industry experts.
The Legionella Summit is one you can’t afford to miss. Get all the answers to your most pressing water management planning questions, and leave empowered to protect your facility.
Bonus good news: register by October 19, and the first registration in your organization gets 10 percent off.