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Water Seminar - 12 July 2018 - Birmingham

Start date: 12/07/18

Booking deadline: Thu 12 Jul 2018

Venue / location: Cranmore Park, Cranmore Avenue, Solihull, West Midlands

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The IHEEM Water Technical Platform will be presenting a series of seminars looking at HTM 04-01 with HefmA.

Programme

The full programme is being announced shortly but will feature members of the IHEEM Water Technical Platform and guest speakers from across the sector who will be presenting sessions on key themes related to the HTM 04 guidance. Sessions will include:


'Rapid Microbiological Methods'

Elise Maynard FIHEEM FWMSoc FRSPH FIBMS, Managing Partner at Elise Maynard & Associates LLP

The session will discuss the background and current position of the work that WMSoc has been undertaking to understand and independently evaluate these new techniques.

A series of factsheets have been prepared for techniques such as PCR, IMS, MALDI-ToF & MPN, which will be explained in more detail.

There are certain caveats for using such technologies and these will be discussed.


'The Legionella risk impact on building domestic water services'

Eur Ing Dr Richard Beattie BEng(Hons) MSc PhD CEng IntPE(UK) MCIBSE FSoPHE M.W.M.Soc, ­­­Senior Mechanical Engineer at AECOM.

This session will look at:

  • Basic domestic water design methodologies
  • Pipe sizing
  • Cold water storage tanks
  • Potential causes of cold water systems overheating
  • Mitigation measures
  • Domestic hot water cylinders
  • Identifying risk of infection

‘Water Hygiene Management - Utilising a BeMS for HTM04-01 compliance’.

Bob Blincowe, Strategic Account Manager – UK Healthcare at Honeywell

Ensuring compliance with HTM04-01 and ACoP L8 is a major requirement for all NHS facilities, this can require the need for a complex and expensive control system. Utilising an existing Building Energy Management System to provide monitoring, alarms, control and feedback for all essential water requirements is not only cost effective from an equipment and installation point of view but is also very efficient in terms of staff utilisation and deployment, as the same engineers that are managing the BeMS can now also manage the water hygiene system.

This presentation covers the link between HTM04-01, HTM07-04 and HTM2005-BMS to show how an existing BeMS system can be fully integrated into the Water Management Plan and operated by the same staff carrying out the monitoring, control and management of the Energy, HVAC and other systems covered by the existing system, providing not only a cohesive WMP but also a single point of contact giving time and efficiency savings for staff and other valuable assets.

Key learning points: utilising existing systems to provide a water management system; ensuring compliance with all relevant HTMs including current and future guidance thinking; ensuring the compatibility between HTM04-01, HTM07-04 and HTM2005-BMS to provide a complete and integrated solution.


Key learning points 

  • An understanding of some of the logic behind the expectations of HTM.04-01
  • Knowledge of the ‘flesh on the bones’ of important new aspects of the guidance
  • How to maximise the value of data
  • Efficient techniques for data acquisition and processing

Who should attend

Delegates from NHS Trusts, Private hospitals and FM companies including: Estate Officers, Heads of Estate, Director of Estates, Infection Control Nurses, Project Managers, Capital Planning Managers, Authorising Engineers, Water Consultants, and other professionals engaged in water management within healthcare estates.

Why you should attend

  • Programme featuring leading expert speakers from across the UK's healthcare estates sector
  • Share best practice and knowledge
  • Opportunity to network with key industry stakeholders
  • Raise your profile within the healthcare estates sector
  • Invest in your career development
  • Enhance your CPD by ensuring that you are kept informed of the latest guidance for your role
  • Develop new business leads
  • Learn more about IHEEM and the work being undertaken by the Institute
  • Gain understanding of the key changes to guidance and how this affects you and your healthcare estate

Delegate rates

Interested? Then don’t delay, grab the best discount by booking today. Please note that all rates exclude VAT.

Super Early Bird Rate until 01 May 2018

  • IHEEM and HefmA members  £75
  • Non-members £150

Early Bird Rate from 02 May 2018 to 22 June 2018

  • IHEEM and HefmA members  £100
  • Non-members £200

Standard Rate from 23 June 2018 to 12 July 2018

  • IHEEM and HefmA members £125
  • Non-members £275 

Cancellations / Substitutions for event bookings

  • Cancellations received less than 10 working days before the event will be charged 50% of the appropriate rate.
  • Cancellations received less than 3 working days before the event will be charged at 100% of the appropriate rate (full rate).
  • Non-attendees will be charged at the full rate. Delegates may be substituted at any time for an amendment fee of £15.00
  • Cancellations and substitutions must be made in writing.

Venue

The event is being held in the Cranmore Suite of Cranmore Park Conference & Event Centre in Solihull on the southern outskirts of Birmingham. Plan your travel >

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Raising your profile with IHEEM

With key stakeholders from across the UK's healthcare estate sector attending, this provides you with the ideal platform to help you reach your target audience and key decision makers. Whether you want to showcase a new product, develop new business leads and partnerships or raise your profile within the sector, then contact us to discuss packages available.

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