Cistermiser trains on IoT for remote monitoring

Cistermiser, CPD, IoT, Legionella, HSE

Intelligent washroom controls and water efficiency specialist Cistermiser has launched a new CPD learning module entitled: “Using the Internet of Things for Water Temperature Monitoring to Help Reduce Risk of Legionella”.

The fourth edition of ACoP L8, published by the HSE in 2013 with technical guidance published separately in Health & Safety Guidance 274, was compiled to help duty-holders comply with their legal duties and Part 2 of this document specifically deals with the control of Legionella bacteria in hot and cold water systems.

This CPD fully discusses the issues around this important requirement and describes how the latest remote monitoring systems using IoT technology platforms deliver significant advantages for management of commercial buildings in the 21st century.

Key considerations include the threat of Legionella and other water-borne bacteria, why understanding water temperature is vital to building management, defining design parameters for water system monitoring, how the Internet of Things can be utilised and the practical benefits of digital analytics.

Lasting one hour, with an interactive Q&A to close the session, this CPD learning module from Cistermiser is presented in “short seminar” format and is approved by 3 third party organisations: The CPD Certification Service, RIBA and CIBSE.

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