Legionella Risk Assessments

(by City & Guilds qualified assessors)
Peace of mind from Team Rock

The HSE document ‘Legionnaires’ disease. The control of legionella bacteria in water systems’ (ACoP L8), and HSG274 Part 2 ‘The control of legionella bacteria in hot and cold water systems’ lay out the guidelines for compliant hot and cold water systems.

It is a requirement under these guidelines to undertake a legionella risk assessment of the water systems within all commercial properties, multiple occupancy dwellings, residences occupied by tenants (landlord’s responsibility) and healthcare premises. The latter also need to comply with HTM 04-01 guidance for healthcare settings.

Only qualified, competent engineers with knowledge and experience of the types of systems they are assessing should carry out legionella risk assessments. At Rock Compliance, our City & Guilds trained assessors give you the peace of mind of knowing you are in good hands. We base our assessments on the standards set out by BS 8580, HSE ACoP L8, HSG 274 and HTM 04-01.

Water Hygiene Legionella Risk Assessment
Making it simple

Risk assessments are living documents that should be regarded as the underpinning instrument to proactive control.

We can develop a package of services to address health hazards and operational concerns associated with water use in your establishment. These services include proactive measures to prevent outbreaks, control the proliferation of legionella and reduce overall system operating costs. We record your assets on the Epic database and build your monitoring regime and other services around this.

Rock Compliance adapts its services to your needs and helps you identify your corporate and legal obligations in health, safety and environmental concerns.

CAN WE TALK?

Whether it is an issue of compliance, an investment decision, or you are just not quite sure whether your existing provider is giving you what you want, please contact us.  We will be happy to give you advice on how to create low risk, compliant water systems, ensuring spend is minimised and predictable.