When it comes to the control of legionella bacteria in water systems, we’ll help you to identify potential liability through our comprehensive risk assessment. We’ll then work with you to reach and maintain compliance. This is to protect you, and the people you provide services to.
Legionnaire’s disease is an acute form of pneumonia and is a life-threatening illness.
It can be a concern for businesses like you – who manage or own property – if your sites contain man-made hot and cold-water systems like: cooling towers, storage tanks, pipework, air conditioning units, taps, and showers.
These are places where legionella bacteria can grow, spread, and cause health problems for workers, tenants, or residents.
Health and safety legislation is in place to prevent people from getting ill. These regulations also guide employers – or landlords in charge of premises – so they know what their duties and responsibilities are.
How we can help
We’ve over five years’ experience of offering water risk assessment services to organisations – helping them to fully comply to regulations like the Approved Code of Practice (ACOP).
We can help you with your health and safety obligations by:
✓ Making sure you know what your responsibilities are
✓ Carrying out a comprehensive risk assessment of your premises
✓ Identifying any areas of concern – should they exist
✓ Offering sensible and practical solutions to address current problems, and prevent future issues from occurring
✓ Providing you with a detailed report of our findings and recommendations.