Water Hygiene Centre - Welcome back London

by Sarah Morley, on 19-07-2021


We are really pleased to announce the Water Hygiene Centre are now offering water hygiene safety management services within London.

The past 18 months have seen some really difficult times in the city.  With many organisations looking to re-occupy their offices/buildings from the 19th of July, consideration needs to take place on the effect this will have on water hygiene in order to reduce the risk of waterborne pathogens including Legionnaires' Disease.

Property owners in London should first consider the water quality, as during a period of inactivity the water systems may contain stagnant water, or, if systems have been drained there may be pockets of water that remain in the system.

For companies looking to offer a Hybrid working solution, they will need to consider the effect this will have on the usage of water systems for example a water system previously supplying washroom facilities to 500 people in a property which now only has 150 people using the system each day can cause a problem – infrequent use of water/minimal use/turnover bearing in mind fewer people are now in the building

As we continue to grow and expand, we are now working with many clients in London, providing Authorising Engineer [Water], Legionella Risk Assessments [UKAS], Water Hygiene Audits, and Water Safety Training.

Our Authorising Engineers [Water] and Legionella Risk Assessors are based remotely throughout the UK, from Scotland and Northern Ireland to the Channel Islands, which enables us to support our clients to comply with legislation and guidance for water safety. 

If you require any advice on water hygiene safety management please contact us or subscribe to our blogs and articles for further information.



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Sarah Morley

Sarah joined the Water Hygiene Centre in 2012 to lead on all marketing activities, and is responsible for all social media, mailshot, website and manages our 'Open' training course program.

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