- BLOG - How to prevent Mould in the workplace
- BLOG - How long should you keep records of your Legionella Risk Assessments for?
- BLOG - What methods of Legionella testing are there?
- BLOG - How often do I need a Legionella Risk Assessment?
BLOG - How to prevent Mould in the workplace
Mould is something you would most commonly associate with the home, maybe even to one room – the bathroom; as it often has moisture in the air.
BLOG - How long should you keep records of your Legionella Risk Assessments for?
How long should you keep records of your Legionella Risk Assessments for?
Every business premises in the UK has a responsibility to control the risks of legionella and Legionnaires’ disease when it comes to employees, contractors and any site visitors - in accordance with Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations.
BLOG - What methods of Legionella testing are there?
Employers right across the UK should be aware of Legionella and the potential risk to employees if the water supply to buildings, factories or warehouses is not monitored regularly.
Every business will have different facilities available some just a kitchen area and toilets whereas others have showers and other water usages.
BLOG - How often do I need a Legionella Risk Assessment?
Could your employees be at risk of contracting a potentially fatal form of Pneumonia called Legionnaires?
Those that work in your business be it in a factory, warehouse healthcare or office environment could be at risk if it has a water system that offers the right environmental conditions for legionella bacteria growth.