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Could there be Legionella risk in your garden?
In today’s world people are trying to save money, lead healthier lifestyles, eat healthier foods and be more active. Many people take pride in their gardens and use gardening to help with healthier...
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University, College and School Legionella Training
A simple internet search using the words, “Legionella and Schools” identifies many news articles with instances of schools being closed following a Legionella “outbreak”.
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How can you tell if your Legionella risk assessment is suitable?
In this blog we discuss the ‘Legionella risk assessment’ and whether it is suitable to ensure compliance with regulations and guidance.
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Healthcare - Who is the Authorising Engineer (Water)?
The title ‘Authorising Engineer (AE)’ is not new and has been in use for many years within the industry, where high-risk activities require a ‘competent person’ to oversee and provide assurance...
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HTM 04-01 - Safe Water in Healthcare premises explained
Safe Water in a healthcare environment is something that we all expect and assume is the case, however, some conditions and circumstances may affect the quality of the “wholesome” (as defined by The...
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Legionella Training - Why should you refresh yours?
Many Estates and Facilities staff may well say the basics of Legionella training don’t fundamentally change over time – indeed what worked 30 years ago, works just as well today, especially if we...
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5 Top Tips for Water Hygiene Management
In this blog, we suggest five ways Estates Managers should be prepared to manage water safely…
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Legionella Control for Construction Sites
Having started my working career in site engineering in the wind and rain of construction sites across the North of England in the late 1980s, it’s true to say the potential risks from bacteria...
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Management of dead legs and blind ends in water systems
There is a requirement for all building managers to ensure the safety of the public and employees so far as reasonably practicable. This requirement is set out in the Health and Safety at Work Act...
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Understanding TVC's
To better understand a ‘total viable count’ (TVC), it may be prudent to ask the following questions: What is a TVC and why do we sample/test for TVC? When do we sample/test for TVC? How do we...
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