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How to efficiently organise meetings.
  How many of us have meetings to attend i.e. Water Safety Group or Water Safety Plan workshops? These meetings can either be face to face, over the phone and via Teams and Zoom [the new way of...
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Water Coolers in Healthcare Environments
  Well Summer has well and truly arrived with the extreme heatwave some of us are experiencing this week. It also sees a rise in temperatures and in some cases uncomfortable working conditions....
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Why separate Legionella Risk Assessments from remedials? - Hospitals
Carrying out  Legionella risk assessments in your hospital is vital for preventing outbreaks of Legionnaires' disease and can provide additional information about avoiding contamination of the water...
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Water Safety Projects: Design Control – Getting it right!
  Historically, the interface between stakeholders involved in projects (i.e. new developments or refurbishments) and the Water Safety Group [WSG] has always been somewhat limited. This may be due to...
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BS 7592: 2022 Sampling for Legionella - What’s new?
  BS 7592 has recently undergone a re-write which resulted in extensive changes. There are 3 new annexes with greater emphasis being placed on the competency of all involved in the sampling process.
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Authorising Engineer (Water) - always read the label…
  In this blog, we look at some recent experiences when water safety and the Authorising Engineer (Water) role and responsibilities haven’t been understood, along with some explanations as to why...
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Local Authorities - Do we need an Authorising Engineer (Water)?
  I guess the first question is, what is an ‘Authorising Engineer (Water)’? A review of the HSE Approved Code of Practice (L8) and the supporting HSG 274 Part 2 document shows there is no mention of...
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Local Authorities & Legionella Risk
  For almost all Local Authorities in England, legionnaires disease prevention' remains a difficult and costly balancing act. Local government in England operates under either a one tier system -...
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Most common ways of contracting Legionnaires’ Disease.
  Legionnaires’ disease was first recognised in July 1976 and since then more than 60 species have been identified. It is a naturally occurring organism and can be found in ponds, rivers, and lakes....
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New Senior Consultant - Roy Sullivan
  As the Water Hygiene Centre continues to grow, we are delighted to announce the appointment of Roy Sullivan as Senior Consultant. Roy will be working with existing clients in the South of England...
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