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Drinking water must be stored and transported through pipes or using tankers without deterioration in quality following treatment. Drinking water must be secure from sources of threats hence the need to manage leaks, and to ensure the integrity of tanks, reservoirs and pipework used to transport and store drinking water. From the management perspective drinking water requires the same controls as those in use in the management of food.
The treatment of drinking has two key focuses: Adequate quantities supplied to meet customer needs. Drinking water that is safe to use. In order to meet these key requirements the design of the treatment works must meet strict and often tight specifications. The proposed treatment process must be proven to deal with the threats and cater for capacity requirements. In order to achieve these goals, the characteristics of the source water must be known...
Auditing/Inspecting Drinking Water Treatment Operations for Compliance/Conformity With. The requirements of EN 15975 - 2:2013 . The WHO Strategic Objectives 2013 – 2020. Current Local Drinking Water Regulations. WHO Guidelines for Drinking Water Quality. ISO 19011:2011 Guidelines for Auditing Management Systems.