Legionella risk assessment

Failing to reduce the risk of Legionnaires’ disease from water systems can lead to large fines.
Legionnaires’ disease is a real risk and companies need to take health and safety duties to their employees and others seriously.

By law, an organisation is responsible for the water systems and they should determine the level of associated risk posed. This is particularly important where more vulnerable persons may be present, e.g. in social housing.

We can provide appropriate assessments that include identifying and assessing sources of risk; preparing a scheme to prevent or control risk; a review of the water systems, and implementing, awareness training for workers and finally managing and monitoring the precautionary measures.

How our experts can help:

  • L8 compliant Legionella risk assessments
  • Legionella surveys
  • Legionella management policy
  • Water testing
  • Awareness and management training
EVENTS
02 April
2019

OH2019 Brighton

  • 02 April 2019
  • NEC Birmingham

In celebration of our 50th anniversary, Rob Aitken (CEO),  is presenting a keynote at OH2019; 'The IOM at 50, lessons from the past and directions for the future.' Following the keynote listen to members of our research team discuss emerging health risks in 21st-century workplaces. You can also meet our Laboratory team at our exhibition stand.

Event info
'The IOM at 50, lessons from the past and directions for the future.'
  • Rob Aitken CEO
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