Legionella Risk Assessments Scotland

Any landlord or party in control of a building is responsible for ensuring the water running through it is free from material risk to its users. Water systems, if inadequately managed, can become host to a number of risk factors; the most well-publicised, of course, being legionella, the bacteria linked to legionnaires’ disease. These bacteria can multiply quickly, so a proactive approach to water system is crucial.

As a landlord or property owner, your legal responsibilities for water safety are really quite simple. You need to engage a competent person to perform risk assessments on your water supplies and systems, and work to implement their documented recommendations.

A strong water risk assessment will apply the general legal requirements articulated through statutory instruments (The Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH); 2002 and its associated ACOP (Approved Code of Practise) L8: Legionnaires’ Disease: CIBSE TM13:2002: Minimising the Risk of Legionnaires Disease) to the nuances of your building.

While you are responsible for performing risk assessments and ensuring that the water that enters and runs through your building or demise is free from hazardous substances, we have the expertise that will guide you as you meet this life-saving obligation. If you are looking for a legionella test Scotland-based, we have you firmly covered.

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Legionella Risk Assessments Scotland

At Integrated Compliance, our specialist assessors will be able to identify areas where water can sit and stagnate, and bacteria can develop (e.g. dead-ends within the pipework, parts of buildings left unoccupied for significant periods of time, and toilet systems contained within buildings). We are proudly registered with the Legionella Control Association and, at a time where building users have

a heightened awareness of the safety and cleanliness of their surroundings, know that our risk assessments provide peace of mind to landlords and occupiers alike.

Book Integrated Compliance Services for your legionella risk assessments Scotland-based today.

Legionella Risk Assessment Scotland

Integrated Compliance is a member of the Legionella Control Association (view our LCA certificate), and employ a highly trained and competent team of City & Guilds qualified Legionella Risk Assessors, water hygiene engineers and technicians and plumbers, we deliver Legionella Compliance services to meet clients’ needs. As a member of the LCA, we provide our services in conjunction with their Code of Conduct, in order to ensure maximum compliance.

For further information on Legionella risk assessment, or for a quote, contact us today.


How do I interpret legionella test results?

Consider what the results mean in the context of your water system. Your subsequent specific actions will depend on your risk assessment. Further information about what action to take when certain levels of legionella are identified can be found in HSG274 Part 1 (paras 1.114 – 1.129 and table 1.10) for evaporative cooling systems ; and HSG274 Part 2 (paras 2.119 – 2.125 and table 2.2) for hot and cold water systems.

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