Water Safety Planning for Small Communities Step-by-step risk management guidance for drinking-water supplies in small communities
Year of Publishing
World Health Organisation
The WSP approach is designed to help a community manage health risks that could threaten its water supply. By following the WSP approach, community members identify and prioritize health risks and, where necessary, take steps, over time,to improve the safety of the water supply using available resources. WSPs are applicable for a range of scales and levels, and in different contexts. A WSP can be developed for all existing schemes, from point sources to piped systems, as well as for new supplies. In new schemes, it should be straightforward for the supporting agency to incorporate the WSP approach into initial community mobilization and project implementation.
DISCLAIMER: This is a non-RWSN publication and endorsement by RWSN or any of its member organisations should not be inferred.
WHO (2012) Water Safety Planning for Small Communities. Step-by-step risk management guidance for drinking-water supplies in small communities , World Health Organisation , Geneva, Switzerland
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