14 Feb, 2024
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Are you aware that a Pseudomonas Aeruginosa Risk Assessment (PARA) is required to go above and beyond the scope of an existing Legionella Risk Assessment (LRA) to identify additional hazards? The assessments are a multi-disciplinary approach to identify risk, but have you carried out an engineering risk assessment to identify potential engineering factors that can lead to Pseudomonas growth? This is a requirement to protect the most vulnerable and a vital piece of work to help keep your sites safe. BS 8580-2 says, “This is especially important in healthcare – Pseudomonas Aeruginosa is recognised as the leading cause of infections in healthcare settings, which can be life threatening… Effective risk assessments are therefore essential to identify risks.”
For further information on how this can benefit your healthcare premises and how we can help you meet these obligations, please contact David Baker, our BDM for healthcare, on:
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