Legionnaires’ disease is a potentially fatal type of pneumonia, contracted by inhaling airborne water droplets containing viable Legionella bacteria. Such droplets can be created, for example, by: hot and cold water outlets; atomisers; wet air conditioning plant; and whirlpool or hydrotherapy baths.
Anyone can develop Legionnaires’ disease, but the elderly, smokers, alcoholics and those with cancer, diabetes or chronic respiratory or kidney disease are at more risk.
Health and social care providers should carry out a full risk assessment of their hot and cold water systems and ensure adequate measures are in place to control the risks.
Aquarius Water Solutions Ltd undertake all tasks in relation to water hygiene from monthly temperature regimes and tank disinfections to Audits of current schemes carried out by site personnel or subcontractors.
Our aim is to achieve high levels of hygiene in water systems and compliance with all the relevant statutory requirements.
We can design a bespoke programme of Legionella Monitoring to suit your individual needs. The aim of the programme is to provide control over bacterial growth, all in accordance with the Health & Safety Executive document ACOP L8 - The Control of Legionella Bacteria in Water Systems and HSG 274 Part 2 - The control of legionella bacteria in hot and cold water systems and HTM 04-01 - Department of Health Estates and Facilities Division, Health Technical Memorandum 04-01: The control of Legionella, hygiene, “safe” hot water, cold water and drinking water systems.
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