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Document Type: Article (Literature review, Editorial)
Title: An international review of the challenges associated with securing 'buy-in' for water safety plans within providers of drinking water supplies
Authors: Summerill, Corinna
Smith, Jen
Webster, James
Pollard, Simon J. T.
Issue Date: 2010
Citation: Corinna Summerill, Jen Smith, James Webster and Simon Pollard, An international review of the challenges associated with securing buy-in for water safety plans within providers of drinking water supplies, Journal of Water and Health, Volume 08, No 2, 2010, Pages 387–398.
Abstract: Since publication of the 3rd Edition of the World Health Organisation (WHO) Drinking Water Quality guidelines, global adoption of water safety plans (WSPs) has been gathering momentum. Most guidance lists managerial commitment and 'buy- in' as critical to the success of WSP implementation; yet the detail on how to generate it is lacking. This commentary discusses aspects of managerial commitment to WSPs. We argue that the public health motivator should be clearer and a paramount objective and not lost among other, albeit legitimate, drivers such as political or regulatory pressures and financial efficiency.
URI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2166/wh.2010.047
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