HSE ACoP L8, "Legionnaires' disease, the control of legionella bacteria in water systems" requires that a written scheme for controlling the risk from legionella is prepared. The written scheme should be implemented and properly managed so that all water services systems are routinely checked for temperature, water demand and inspected for cleanliness and use.
HSE ACOP L8 and associated guidance HSG 274 Part 2: The control of legionella bacteria in hot and cold water systems require that the following are completed:
Quality Environmental Services (QES) have extensive knowledge of legionella monitoring and inspection works with the latest in handheld technology and web-based reporting.
QES can offer:
All of QES site personnel have been selected based upon excellent qualifications and an extensive 'time served' experience of air & water hygiene service industry. All individuals have routinely demonstrated excellent abilities in customer care, customer relations, being well presented and capable of dealing with client questions & problems in a professional and courteous manner.
All QES site personnel receive H&S training as part of their initial induction training and possess Client Contractor National Safety Group (CCNSG) Safety Passports. They also receive additional training as appropriate, including CSCS, Confined Space Working, Working at Heights and PASMA.