The course consists of seven core modules to all utility industries which cover health, safety and environmental law and practices specific to the water industry. A further three modules are required for operatives in either network construction or process operations.
- Module 1 You And The Law
- Module 2 You and Hazards to Your Health
- Module 3 Protecting You
- Module 4 The Working Environment
- Module 5 Our Environment
- Module 6 Incident Procedures
- Module 7 Equipment
- Module 8 Network Health Issues (Network)
- Module 9 Working In the Highway (Network)
- Module 10 Excavations (Network)
- Module 11 Process Operations Health Issues (Process)
- Module 12 The Process Working Environment (Process)
- Module 13 Process Machinery and Equipment (Process)
Classroom based training and assessment
Pre Course Requirements
When will I get a virtual card? From 14 February, all new EUSR registrations will be issued with a virtual card instead of the current plastic card. To access the virtual card, you will need a smartphone or tablet and you will need to register your mobile number with EUSR.
Why does EUSR need my mobile number? All new EUSR registrations will come with a virtual card by default, which will make checking the card quicker and more secure on site and will reduce the plastic we all use. You must provide a mobile number to receive SMS message, with a unique registration and PIN number to access your virtual card.
What if I don’t have a smartphone or tablet device? You will need to request an additional plastic smart card from your training provider when they are processing your registration with EUSR. The plastic smart card contains a chip that can be scanned by the checking app, Checarda. If you have a mobile phone that isn’t a smartphone, you can still use the number when your registration is processed so that your EUSR record is complete, but you’ll need to request a plastic smart card as you won’t be able to use a virtual card on your mobile if it isn’t a smartphone. A plastic smart card can also be requested later using our replacement card process.
Will plastic smart cards be issued automatically? No, they will only be issued on request, when your training provider submits details of your new registration. The default EUSR card will be a virtual card. The use of virtual cards significantly reduces the plastic we are using in line with our sector-wide drive toward greater sustainability. If you need a plastic smart card, you or your employer should let the training provider know so it can be requested when the training provider registers your completed training with EUSR.
For further information please see https://www.eusr.co.uk/support-faqs/cardholder-support/virtual/
Who Should Attend?
The water scheme is designed for all persons involved in the operational activities of the water industry who require access to sites, both permanent and temporary, including all levels of operatives, supervisors and management.
The Utility SHEA (Water) scheme is affiliated with the Construction Skills Certification (CSCS)scheme to allow water industry workers access to construction sites for purposes of utilities work without the need to complete a separate CSCS card.