Scottish Water - DOMS Module 13 - Advanced Sample Practitioner

Essential training to become approved to collect water samples from Scottish Water's drinking water network. Available at client sites.


As part of Scottish Water’s DOMS scheme it is a requirement that anyone taking general water samples from the live water distribution network and from newly installed water mains for commissioning works, requires to complete the DOMS Module 13, Advanced Sampling practitioner course to ensure they can take and submit samples correctly.

Candidates who should attend

Any Scottish Water or Independent contractor’s workforce employed to take and submit water samples to Scottish Water’s laboratories, or independent laboratories, for public health validation purposes.

Course Aims

The DOMS Module 13 sampling scheme has been produced to ensure that Scottish Water & Contractors employees taking water samples for commissioning works are familiar with the use of the correct bottles, how to measure chlorine residuals, how to sample correctly and complete the appropriate paperwork for submission to the laboratories to minimise the potential of erroneous sample results.

Course Pre-requisites

Completion of National Water Hygiene Scheme and DOMS Modules 1 – 12 must be undertaken prior to attending the sampling course.

Course Approach

A qualified trainer delivers the course. The training consists of identifying the appropriate bottle type & numbers for each sampling requirement, the sequence of when to take each sample, how to properly carry out a chlorine residual test using both the Hach & Palintest Colorimeters, how to sample from fire hydrants and customer taps, completion of the appropriate LIMS, Laboratory Information Management System date recording sheets, and a practical demonstration by the candidate of taking samples observed by the trainer / Assessor.

Registration is based on successful completion of the training course. Upon successful completion a cover note valid for 45 days, will be issued by the trainer and candidates will be registered on the EUSR database. Candidates will subsequently be issued with a Scottish Water DOMS 13 card which is valid for 3 years.

Course Duration                                                            

1 Day

 

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McCrae Training Limited - East Kilbride

Tutor: Scott McCrae

19/07/2019 08:30 - 19/07/2019 16:30

Places left: 4

Venue Address:
McCrae Training Ltd
EK Business Centre
14 Stroud Road
G75 0YA

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