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.
In this free article, we consider future developments and share our insights on changes for water safety, Including:
This training review tool simply allows you to keep track of your team’s training records and easily helps you to identify when training has expired and requires refreshing.
This Free Tool enables you to:
Our water risk assessment and schematic review tool enables you to produce a desk-based review of your current reports against the criteria detailed in the HSE's HSG274 part 2 . It can be easily updated and reviewed at each Water Safety Group meeting.
The risk assessment review tool, includes:
Risk assessment review status
Schematic review status
FREE 50-minute screenshot on what your Water Safety Plan should include to comply with BS8680 2020 Water Quality - Water Safety Plans - Code of Practice.
This screencast will discuss:
In this guide, the Water Hygiene Centre explores the risks and effects of waterborne contamination, and give tips on how to manage and control it.
The guide includes the following :
What are ‘waterborne pathogens’ (Legionella, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Stenotrophomonas maltophilia, Tuberculous Mycobacteria) and the evidence they are a concern
Recent stories from the media
What the guidance on water safety is and where to find it
How to implement the guidance on water hygiene