Scottish Water – DOMS Module 13 – Advanced Sampling Practitioner- East Kilbride


Course Description

The Scottish Water Distribution Operations & Maintenance Strategy (DOMS) – Module 13 – Advanced Sampling training course is a company scheme, created and owned by Scottish Water, relevant for anyone taking potable water samples on the live water distribution network, from new water mains, new water service connections and sampling associated with water commissioning.

**Candidates must have valid National Water Hygiene and Scottish Water DOMS Modules 1 – 12 registrations to be able to attend the advanced sampling practitioner course**

Course Aims

The Scottish Water DOMS Module 13 sampling scheme has been produced to ensure that Scottish Water staff, contractors, and consultants who are required to take water samples follow a systematic and standardised approach covering key principles associated with the selection and use of the correct sample bottles, how to measure chlorine residuals accurately, how to sample correctly using the correct techniques and filling bottles in the correct order, and how to complete the appropriate paperwork for submission to the laboratories.

Who Should Attend?

Scottish Water staff, contractor’s workforce inclusive of Utility Connection Providers, and consultants who are required to carry out potable water sampling, appropriate storage and transportation, to Scottish Water’s laboratories, or independent laboratories, for public health validation purposes. This is for individuals connecting into live water distribution networks or as part of the commissioning process for newly laid water mains.

**When sampling from a potable water tanker additional sampling techniques and best practice will be covered on the course. Please ensure you notify our team if you are required to sample from a tanker**


Course Details:

1 Day Course


East Kilbride

Additional information


15/07/2024, 28/08/2024

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