Our National Water Hygiene ‘Blue Card’ scheme plays a vital part in ensuring the protection of public health and promoting good water hygiene practices. The scheme has been developed in collaboration with all UK water companies.
The course takes approximately 2.5 hours to complete
** Please Note** As of February 14th 2022 EUSR have moved to digital cards. Upon successful completion of the test at the end of the course, delegates will receive a text, with a link to an app. Cards are stored in the app and can be presented on site , via the app. If you require a physical card please select at check out, there is a small charge for each card, to cover admin and post.
All UK water companies require individuals entering clean water sites or working on the clean water network – known as ‘Restricted Operations’, to hold a National Water Hygiene EUSR registration.
‘Restricted Operations’ includes working on service reservoirs, water pumping stations, water treatment works, wells, springs, boreholes as well as working on the network of water mains and service pipes.
It’s not just water company employees. If you are working on a ‘Restricted Operation’ on behalf of a water company subcontractor or other organisation, such as Self-Lay Organisation (SLOs) – then you need a National Water Hygiene EUSR registration.
Once you have successfully completed your National Water Hygiene training and assessment, you will understand the vital part you play in maintaining clean and safe drinking water and protecting public health. You will be issued with a National Water Hygiene EUSR Digital card – which it’s also known as the ‘Blue Card’.