Water Sampling Test Results
Manitoba Public Health and the Office of Drinking Water are working with school divisions, across the province, to reduce children's exposure to lead from school drinking water.
Lead is a naturally occurring metal and is considered harmful if inhaled or swallowed. Exposure can have a range of adverse health effects.
School Divisions across the province, including Brandon School Division, are taking preventative measures by testing drinking water within our facilities for lead, copper and other metals and are sharing the results with parents, students, staff and other interested stakeholders, taking appropriate and necessary actions to correct problems.
Test results will be updated and posted as they become available. It is important to note that, immediate action has been taken on any results that were above the allowable limit.
Click here to view our 2020-2021 Water Sampling Test Results
If you have any questions or concerns about lead testing in your school, please contact:
Udechukwu (Chuks) Osakwe,
Workplace Health & Safety Officer
Brandon School Division
1031 - 6th Street, Brandon, MB R7A 4K5
Direct Phone: 204-729-0372