Those responsible for managing commercial or residential premises that contain any water systems are required under law to undertake an L8 legionella risk assessment to assess legionella bacteria risks and safeguard people from exposure. This involves a physical survey of all water related plant and storage systems to check whether conditions are present which will encourage legionella bacteria to multiply. Up to date schematics may be required.
The assessment should be reviewed regularly, based upon risk or whenever there is reason to suspect it is no longer valid.
How We Can Help
Metro SRM’s water safety specialists are able to conduct legionella risk assessments to help identify potential hazards within your water systems and recommend actions to reduce the risk of legionella outbreaks.
Our legionella risk assessments include a full and detailed assessment of all water related plant, including:
- Mains cold water systems
- Cold water storage
- Hot water systems (including storage cylinders)
- Supply pipework
- Pumping systems
- Shower units
- Cooling towers and evaporative condensers
- Air conditioning systems
- Irrigation systems
- Other risk systems including spa baths, water softeners, foggers/water misting systems, spray humidifiers, water coolant systems & recirculating vehicle washers.
We have a dedicated water safety division and are able to conduct legionella risk assessments throughout the UK. Our assessors are all highly experienced water safety specialists and have worked with a wide range of clients and property types. They are able to provide site specific advice and practical recommendations to help minimise the risk of legionella outbreak and exposure and keep you compliant.
Please contact us on 0207 960 3939 for further information.