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The Hospital Water Safety Team’s Guide: From Water System Design to Budget Submission

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Join us for an upcoming 60 minute Water Webinar

Water safety in buildings applies to the delivery of safe drinking water, and In-Premise Water Safety Plans are the most effective means of consistently ensuring the safety of drinking water at the point-of-use. This 60 minute, free to join webinar will focus on the water system network relevant to the Hospital Water Safety Team, including

  • Water System Design – including new build vs renovation projects
  • Installation – quality of materials,  assessing contractors and avoiding bad practice
  •  Materials – factors which are critical to selecting materials for drinking water installations
  • Commissioning – a 10 point checklist to sign-off when a building, ward or piece of equipment is installed
  • Meaningful Drawings - describing the system with the level of detail needed to be practicable for the water safety team
  • Ranking Resources - prioritise the risks, and therefore prioritise the budget
  • Preparing a financial review with Senior Management  - how best to present Water Safety Plans for adequate funding

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George McCracken, Director of Estates, Risk & Environment, Belfast Health & Social Care Trust, Northern Ireland

George McCracken joined the Health Service in 1993 as a Hospital Engineer in Northern Ireland.  In 2002 he moved to the Royal Group of Hospitals, Belfast, as a Senior Engineer and in November 2007, George took up post as Head of Estates Risk and Environment in the new Belfast Health and Social Care Trust, which is one of the largest Hospital Trusts in the UK.  He holds a 1st Class Honours Degree in Construction Engineering & Management, is a Chartered Member of the Institute of Building and an associate member of Institute of Healthcare Engineering & Estate Management.  Currently George leads a Risk Team that has, and continues to provide, a unique and innovative approach to the management of risk within an Estates Healthcare Environment. He also leads the Estates Environmental Team, which has been at the forefront of developing technologies promoting sustainability in healthcare.