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What is a Legionella Risk Assessment?
A legionella risk assessment is a process used to assess, remediate, and monitor the risks of Legionnaires disease within a premises. It looks at the water system as a whole, the way in which the building is used, and what the most appropriate control measures may be.
Once your Legionella Risk Assessment has been completed and any sampling required has take place, we will provide you with a written scheme of controls to help you manage your risk.
An essential part of managing risk and putting effective control measures in place is having a record-keeping system. We will also provide log books to help support you in this.
If your assessment suggests action is needed we can provide additional sampling, remedial works and awareness training at a range of premises throughout the UK.