Drinking Water Quality Management System
In response to Justice O’Conner’s recommendations in Part Two of the Walkerton Inquiry, all drinking water systems within the Province of Ontario are required to obtain a Municipal Drinking Water License. One of the licensing requirements is to design and implement a Quality Management System (QMS), which is documented in an Operational Plan. The Operational Plan must conform to 21 elements of the province’s Drinking Water Quality Management Standard. Element 2 of the Standard requires the creation of and commitment to a Quality Management System Policy, which can be found within the Operational Plan.
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The Municipality of Central Huron has received operating licenses for all of its drinking water systems, following accreditation audits by the Canadian General Standards Board.
For more information on the Municipality of Central Huron’s Drinking Water Quality Management System, please contact the Utilities Department at 519-482-3997 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For information on the province’s licensing program see the Ontario Ministry of Environment website at http://www.ontario.ca/ONT/portal61/drinkingwater