CEU Webinar: Plumbing System Design and Water Safety 101


Who should attend
Anyone in plumbing design/engineering, mechanical engineering, facilities, operations, building owner/operator, property management, or related roles.

Learning outcomes

  • Identify infrastructure and equipment factors that contribute to the growth of waterborne pathogens in plumbing premise systems.

  • Review the potential for system design or equipment to contribute to the growth of Legionella.

  • Understand different design methodologies to reduce risks, including impacts on plumbing systems.

  • Understand how different supplemental disinfection technologies impact plumbing premise systems.

  • Discuss water management programs, ASHRAE 188, and how to incorporate water management programs into plumbing system design.

This course is accredited for CEUs through the American Society of Plumbing Engineers (ASPE). CEUs are valid for those that hold one of two ASPE certifications: Certified in Plumbing Design or Certified Plumbing Design Technician.


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David Pierre, ASSE/IAPMO/ANSI 12080 Certified Legionella Water Safety Specialist

David Pierre is the Director of Water Safety Programs at LiquiTech and has more than eleven years of experience in waterborne pathogen risk management. An ASSE/IAPMO/ANSI 12080 Certified Legionella Water Safety Specialist, Pierre has developed more than 300 water safety and management plans and risk assessments for healthcare, hospitality, commercial, and industrial facilities. Prior to joining LiquiTech, he served as Vice President of Consulting at Special Pathogens Laboratory, where his research was instrumental in advancing the industry's understanding of waterborne pathogens in building water systems.

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