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Legionella Risk Assessments in Glasgow
Legionnaires’ disease can be incredibly dangerous and sometimes fatal, so it’s important for landlords to do everything they can to ensure their tenants are not at risk. It’s up to landlords to arrange legionella risk assessments in Scotland, and at Integrated Compliance, we offer comprehensive legionella testing for landlords and businesses.
Preventing Legionnaires’ disease
Though rare, Legionnaires’ disease is caused when someone inhales small droplets of water that have been contaminated by Legionella bacteria, and this means all man-made hot and cold water systems can potentially pose a risk. In order for Legionella bacteria to grow, the water temperature must be between 20 and 45 degrees celsius, and there need to be impurities such as rust or limescale which the bacteria can feed on. In some rare cases, contaminated showers, spas and sprinkler systems have been known to cause Legionnaires’ disease.
Arrange a legionella test in Scotland
It’s essential that landlords do everything legally required of them to ensure their tenants’ safety, including performing a Legionella risk assessment to identify any potential places where the bacteria might grow. At Integrated Compliance, our experienced team can perform a full range of tests to ensure that there is no risk of Legionnaire’s disease in your property, and this is particularly important if the property has been vacant for some time.
Legionella testing in Scotland
Wherever you are in central Scotland, Integrated Compliance can provide a complete legionella testing service, using the latest methods for quick and effective results. Whether you have multiple properties around central Scotland or you have a single rental apartment in Glasgow, we can provide an effective Legionella testing service for you and your tenant’s peace of mind.
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Call Integrated Compliance Services today on 0141 432 0001 to arrange a comprehensive legionella risk assessment for your rental property in Scotland.
Our Risk Assessment consultant will carry out an extensive survey of your building. All parts of the water system that stores and distributes or equipment that acts as a means of transmitting water droplets will be assessed. This may include:
- Cold Water Storage Tanks
- Hot and cold water systems
- Condition of Distribution system
- Cooling tower systems
- Evaporative condensers
- Spray humidifiers and air washers
- Spa baths and pools
- Firefighting systems.
On completion of the site survey, we will provide you with a comprehensive legionella risk assessment report which covers the following:
- Site details
- Actions requiring immediate attention
- Description of premises
- Remedial Action plan
- Risk assessment scoring matrix
- Written Control Scheme
- Schematic Diagram
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