Commercial Water System

Mawdsleys Engineers Complete Water Hygiene Training Courses

We are pleased to announce that Mawdsleys Pumps Services engineers have successfully undertaken training courses as part of our ongoing commitment to investment in water hygiene services.

The courses covered legionella risk assessment of commercial and cold water systems, legionella bacteria in hot and cold water systems, water hygiene and the 18th Edition Wiring Regulations.

Find out more about the qualifications and how they benefit our customers in our latest blog post.


Mawdsleys Engineers Complete National Water Hygiene Scheme

We are pleased to announce that several of the team at Mawdsleys Pump Services have successfully completed National Water Hygiene Scheme training, otherwise known as the Blue Card Scheme.

The scheme, which is designed to protect public health and promote safe drinking water practices, gives professionals working with water the skills and knowledge they need to ensure that the water supply remains uncontaminated.

Throughout the course, the team learnt about the fundamentals of water hygiene including potential waterborne disease and how to prevent contamination of a clean water supply.

About the National Water Hygiene Scheme

The National Water Hygiene Scheme was originally developed in 2006 to replace a number of different company-specific water hygiene programmes. This often meant that professionals had to undergo separate learning and health screening and carry cards for each provider.

Many clean water sites across the UK mandate National Water Hygiene training for individuals that are entering or engaged in any operations across the water network. This also includes operational areas such as water pumping stations, water treatment plants and boreholes.

This scheme was developed by the Energy & Utility Skills Registered (EUSR).

What Was Covered Throughout the Course?

Throughout the course, several subjects were covered by an expert trainer – the modules included:

  • The importance of water – Helping attendees understand the role that water plays in a functioning society.
  • Water as a carrier of disease – Covering the role of water as a potential carrier of disease and examining the various diseases that can be contracted from contaminated water.
  • Potential contamination and its consequences – Assessing potential sources of water contamination across the water industry.
  • Preventing contamination – Finally, attendees learnt what steps they can take to prevent contamination in the water supply.

At the end of the session, attendees were required to complete a written test paper to demonstrate their new knowledge. All of the Mawdsleys team passed this examination.

As well as developing their understanding of water hygiene, all attendees were required to fill out a health screening questionnaire to declare whether they have had any illnesses which could contaminate a water supply.

Blue Card Accredited Engineers

Following the training, all of the attending members of staff from Mawdsleys, namely Steve Hunt, Bob Cooper, Zac Hogarth, Will Hindle, Mitch Stalley and Nathan King, were registered to receive the blue EUSR Water Hygiene Scheme card.

“As we regularly work with systems that handle potable water, is it essential that we can demonstrate knowledge in water hygiene best practice. The blue card gives our clients the peace of mind that the member of staff working on their site or equipment has the expertise required to prevent any kind of water contamination taking place”

Peter Woodward, Managing Director

Water Hygiene Services

To keep your commercial or private water supply in safe working order, we provide a range of water hygiene services including:

Talk to The Experts

Are you looking for an accredited company to work on your water systems including pumps, boreholes, sewage treatment plants, water pumping station and reservoirs? Mawdsleys Pump Services can help.

Give us a call on 0117 954 8030 to speak to a member of our expert team or fill out a contact form and we will get back to you.

New Vans At Mawdsleys

Have You Seen Our New Vans?

It has been an exciting few months here at Mawdsleys, not only are we in the process of moving into a bigger, more efficient location, we have also undergone a rebrand.

Our new logo was designed to reflect the Mawdsleys values of innovation and precision engineering alongside a continued commitment to deliver the best service to our customers.

Mawdsleys Logo

Mawdsleys BER Ltd – New Location and Rebrand 2017


Mawdsleys – New Location and a Rebrand

At Mawdsleys we pride ourselves on putting our customers first.  We are committed to always delivering the best possible solution and service to them.

Since we opened for business the loyal support of our customers has helped us establish our business firmly as a British manufacturer with specialist precision engineering skills that design, manufacture and service rotating electrical machinery.

As we have grown as a business it has impacted on our working space in Bristol which we have now outgrown.  We have spent the last number of months searching for an ideal location – one that gives us the opportunity to extend our workshop area and give us the facilities we need in a manufacturing plant to continue to serve our customers well. We are delighted that we have now found it and will continue with our presence in a central Bristol location.

Our business, including website, email and telephones will be fully operational during the moving process and you will not experience any changes or delays in service, production or delivery during that time.

We have another exciting change to announce.   As our valued customer you are familiar with Mawdsleys BER Ltd logo which has been with us throughout the years.  Maintaining our name has always been important to us and we are proud to announce that to sit alongside our name we have changed our logo to reflect Mawdsleys values of engineering innovation and precision, service excellence and relationships. We hope you like it as much as we do.

We will continue to keep you updated on our move date and address and look forward to welcoming you to our new location early in 2018.

Yours sincerely,

Peter Woodward

Pete Woodward

Managing Director