Building cemeteries away from human settlements to erecting fences around graves, plans to protect the country's water supply from contamination if mass coronavirus burials become a necessity. With researchers noting that little is known about how long the novel coronavirus survives in water, poorly planned burials that could result in the virus or other pathogens passing into water supplies. Some viruses — like polio — can move through soil and groundwater.
The 4-day course is designed to provide the background for persons working at all levels in the water treatment industry. It introduces aspects to familiarise the course attendant with the world in which he or she operates. The course addresses a number of skills and will include discussion groups and a practical excursion. The level of the course is of such nature that no previous knowledge is required.
Cost per Delegate (excl VAT)
SA Rand 9 500
USD $ 900
Organised by: Esprit Skills Development & Training www.espritskills.co.za
National Treasury MAA0113018
Enroll on Tel: (+2711) 391-2022 or Mobile/Whatsapp : (+2783) 294 0731
Kobie.firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
After completing the workshop successfully, participants will be equipped to:
• Understand the effects and consequences of polluted water.
• Recognise the early warning signs of polluted areas.
• React appropriately to suspected pollution.
• Limit your exposure.
• Be proactive in preventing water pollution in the legal framework
Phone: (+2711) 391-2022 / (+2783) 294 0731
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