The following words are taken directly from the World Health Organization (WHO) Guidelines for Drinking-water Quality 4th edition, published in 2011, to describe Water Safety Plans (WSPs): The most effective means of consistently ensuring the safety of a drinking-water supply is through the use of a comprehensive risk assessment and risk management approach that encompasses
CTI Marine has world recognised experts in the field of water safety management with extensive knowledge and experience in marine and offshore water safety. The team has been involved in the investigation of international, high-profile Legionella outbreaks at sea and on land, as well as other outbreaks associated with contaminated water and food. The priority
The issue of water safety management in the marine and offshore industry is of high priority in light of pending guidance and legislation, public awareness and high profile potable water-related issues within the industry. The marine industry, generally, has been exposed to cases of legionella in recent years and with the increased awareness of the
In this report, we bring together information on mandatory and voluntary consumer product recalls originated from China, Hong Kong and Taiwan, which are issued by governmental bodies from Europe, USA and Canada. For businesses, notably for product manufacturers, this report aims to enable them to move more swiftly to address a safety problem, thereby reducing
Situation in last two weeks: This information on product notifications is from the EU Rapid Alert System for non-food dangerous products (Rapex), Consumer Product Safety Commission of the United States and Health Canada. November (issue 1) 2014 An overview is given of notifications by product category and type of risk from the 25th of October 2014
An overview of notifications by product category and type of risk. This safety alert covers notifications between the 11th of October 2014 and the 24th of October 2014. It should be noted that some products present more than one risk. Download the flyer here
An overview of notifications by product category and type of risk. This safety alert covers notifications between the 30th of August 2014 and the 12th of September 2014. It should be noted that some products presenting more than one risk. Download the flyer here.
EN 60204-1:2018 was published in September and will replace EN 60204:2006 on the 14th March 2019 if not before. Any conflicting standards must be withdrawn by 14th September 2021. The changes between the two standards are not in our opinion major however a thorough review of all products currently complying with EN 60204-1:2006 is necessary.