NEW DOWNLOAD: Water safety; What does the future hold?

by Daniel Pitcher, on 12-11-2019
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Daniel Pitcher, Managing Director and Authorising Engineer [Water] at Water Hygiene Centre, considers future developments and changes for water safety.

Legionnaires’ disease was first identified in 1976, since then knowledge of the legionella bacteria including its ecology and means of control have developed considerably over the last 43 years.  

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In this free guide, we consider future developments and share our insights on changes for water safety, including:

  • How taps have changed
  • Intelligence
  • Technology
  • Faster & Improved Testing


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About the author

Daniel Pitcher

With over 21 years of independent consulting experience, Daniel established the Water Hygiene Centre in February 2009 to be a ‘centre of excellence’ dedicated to independent water safety consultancy. His experience spans auditing, training, development of Water Safety Plans, incident investigations, competent help support and acting as Authorising Engineer [Water] [AEW] for NHS Trusts, Health Boards, Local Government, Universities and Housing Associations.

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