To provide drinking water to the public in South Australia you must create risk management plan regarding the supply of that water.
A risk management plan regarding the supply of water is a document???
(a) that contains a detailed description of the system of supply; and
(i) identifies the risks to the quality of the water and the risks that may be posed by the quality of the water; and
(ii) assesses those risks; and
(iii) sets out the steps to be taken to manage those risks (including the development and implementation of preventative strategies); and
(c) is a document that sets out:
(i) monitoring and testing requirements associated with the quality of the water (a monitoring program); and
(ii) incident identification, notification and response procedures (an incident identification and notification protocol); and
(d) is a document that sets out maintenance schedules; and
(e) is a document that contains any other matter required by the regulations- including the full name and contact address of the drinking water provider; and records of all documents relied on in the implementation of the risk management plan (for example, operating manuals and any other documents
(2) A risk management plan must:
(a) be consistent with any standard, guideline or code specified by the regulations; and
(b) comply with any other requirement prescribed by the regulations
This risk management plan must be approved by the South Australian Health Minister.