Water Safety Plan:
A new concept for drinking water quality management adopted by the World Health Organization in the third edition of the WHO Water Quality Guidelines. It is the main tool for ensuring the quality of drinking water quality management. It is also the most effective way to ensure that the water supply system consistently produces safe water for human consumption. Existing health standards and other regulatory requirements.
The development of the drinking water safety plan is based on a comprehensive risk assessment and management approach that covers the whole chain of the water supply system from the feed basin to the consumer, which is transferred from the previous concept of drinking water quality management based on corrective measures that rely heavily on the results of laboratory tests while The new concept is based on preventive and proactive measures that ultimately aim to effectively manage existing and projected risks to ensure safe water production.
In Miyahuna, the Water Safety Department adopts the preparation of water safety programs for water supply systems within the field of Miyahuna and its contracts, and submits them to the Directorate of Planning and Evaluation at the Water Authority for auditing, in addition to communicating with the Ministry of Health to obtain the necessary approvals. Implementation and verification of such programs by subsequent audits and follow-up of the various financial systems.