Future Water take training seriously using external training bodies to provide professional training courses for our staff which is an important feature recognised by our clients.
In order for FWL to provide services that are effective, efficient and safe it's staff must be competent. Competency should not be directly linked to the training courses attended by a member of staff. Competence should be defined as: - the ability of people to perform work to a set standard. With this definition, competence is judged by what our staff are able to achieve in the course of their work, not what they put into it. This means that competence focuses on the outputs from activities not inputs. It is not what they know or have learned about, but what they implement when they do the job. It means that what the workers produce is considered and compared with a standard, to check that it exceeds the minimum acceptable level of performance.
Duty Holders and Site Managers
It is your responsibility to assess the competence of your water hygiene and treatment company. We note that many water treatment organisations do not appear to care about staff training or maybe it is not within their budget. Training is important here at Future Water and it is also important to the Health and Safety Executive and Department of Health. HSC AcoP L8, HSG 274 and HTM 04 01 all state the importance of training checks –we advise you read this. We would be only too happy to arrange to come along to site to discuss how Future Water could offer a better service than you are currently receiving with added peace of mind that you know you are dealing with people who value training.
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