To identify the risks from Legionella, an assessment should be conducted, which can be taken out by an experienced EEUK consultant. A competent person onsite is responsible for making sure the Legionella risk assessment is carried out.
The types of places where Legionella bacteria is likely to multiply include:
The most common places people will catch the Legionella from include hotels, hospitals or offices where the bacteria have got into the water supply. It is vital you make sure a Legionella risk assessment is carried out to prevent your employees or other people from contracting illnesses, such as Legionnaires’ disease.
Our experienced water hygiene consultants can carry out a Legionella risk assessment at your workplace. In complex systems, we will do a site survey of all water systems, including an asset register of all associated plant, pumps, strainers, and other relevant items. We can discover whether there is a risk of exposure to Legionella bacteria, and devise scheme to control the risk.
Get in touch with us today to find out more about how we can help with Legionella risk assessments.
EEUK is a member of the Legionella Control Association and abide by its Code of Conduct. Membership comprises of providers of services and products concerned with the control of Legionella bacteria in water systems.
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