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Professional Legionella Risk Assessments in Cardiff
Under the terms of the Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974, Legionella risk assessments are a legal obligation. If you are responsible for the health and safety of any number of buildings or rental properties and do not do all you can to prevent the growth and spread of Legionella, you may face large fines.
To avoid this and to ensure the safety of occupants and your peace of mind, book a Legionella risk assessment with us in Cardiff.
Every member of our team is fully trained and accredited by CHAS, Constructionline, and Safecontractor. They’re also members of the Legionella Control Association. They are dedicated to what they do and they will ensure your building’s standards are in line with current legislation, including ACOP L8, HSG274, and HTM 04-01 (Healthcare).
Don’t wait until the threat becomes a reality; speak to one of our advisors today or fill out one of our forms to book a Legionella risk assessment now.
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How We Provide Legionella Risk Assessments in Cardiff
Our team combines administrative checks of current and previous records with a careful physical inspection of a site’s water systems to get an accurate measurement of Legionella risks on the site. These assessments and inspections are all completely bespoke, meaning when yours is done it will be tailored to the unique needs of your site.
We have provided a breakdown of how a typical assessment will work below:
- Administrative Checks
This will include a full review of previous assessments and current records, as well as consultations with any persons involved in health and safety on the premises.
- A Physical Tour of a Property’s Water Systems
Our technicians will tour the site, performing meticulous inspections of the entirety of its water systems. This includes water temperature checks using the latest equipment.
- Bespoke Reporting
A report will be provided in PDF format, complete with a detailed breakdown of our findings and how to implement any remedial actions we recommend. This management regulatory compliance system can gather, keep, analyse, and communicate Health, Safety, and Environmental compliance records whenever they
Why You Need a Legionella Risk Assessment
Legionella bacteria are capable of growing in any purpose-built water system. When a person breathes in water droplets from these systems that are infected with the bacteria, there is a chance that they will catch serious diseases. This includes Legionnaires’ disease, a potentially fatal form of pneumonia.
All hot and cold water systems that grow sediment, scale, or other types of bacteria could also create a feeding ground for Legionella bacteria. If the water’s temperature is consistently between 20°C and 45°C, the bacteria will thrive and most likely spread. When combined with an aerosol release, this heightens the risk of exposure to Legionella bacteria – and therefore the risk of developing potentially fatal diseases.
Who Can Carry Out a Legionella Risk Assessment?
Legionella risk assessments must be carried out by a responsible person, in line with the Health and Safety Executive’s Approved Code of Practice and the technical guidance found in HSG274.
Some companies also provide onsite Legionella testing kits, but the only way to ensure complete accuracy is to use the type of technology we use. When you decide to complete your assessment with us, you can also rest assured that it will be carried out by highly-trained specialists who know exactly what to do.
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Don’t Wait to Get Legionella Testing in Cardiff
If you need expert testing and a Legionella risk assessment in Cardiff, Guardian Hygiene Services has the comprehensive and fully-accredited service you need. We can ensure that you are taken through every step on the way to full Legionella compliance.
Don’t wait to get Legionella testing and risk the health and safety of your building’s occupants, and end up with a fine as a result. Fill out one of our forms or speak to one of our professionals and book your Legionella risk assessment in Cardiff today.