Legionella Risk Assessment Dumfries
Are you a property owner in Dumfries or surrounding areas? You need to know about Legionella risk assessments.
All employers, building managers, property owners and landlords are required, by law, to have a Legionella risk assessment carried out on all buildings which can be accessed by the public or are a place of work. This includes rented accommodation, office blocks, care homes, supermarkets, hotels, churches, leisure centres, pavilions, schools, hospitals and more.
A Legionella risk assessment survey is a systematic examination of the potential risks presented by engineered water systems, and seeks to identify and assess the risks of exposure to Legionella bacteria from work activities and water systems.
All of Cleartech’s L8 risk assessors are City & Guilds qualified and members of the Legionella Control Association, and they carry out expert Legionella risk assessments in accordance with current codes of practice and guidance documents.
What does the assessment consist of?
Whilst identifying the risk to your water systems, our assessor will check; the temperature of each water outlet, for stagnated water and dead legs and for any other potential threats. They will then supply you with your own copy of the risk assessment, which includes;
- Site survey data and asset register
- Observations with photographic evidence (where applicable)
- Risk rating
- Recommendations to reduce the risk
- Schematic drawing of water system
- Legionella monitoring regime
- Legionella and microbiological analysis
Based in East Kilbride, our engineers are able to assess sites in Dumfries, Glasgow, Dundee, Edinburgh, Inverness, Stirling and all surrounding areas.
For more information on Legionella risk assessments, or for a quote, contact us today on 01355 267199, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or submit a contact form to our website.