Risk Assessment Services

A Legionella Risk Assessment is a legal requirement of the Health & Safety at work Act and COSHH. They state in accordance with ACoP L8, a Risk Assessment must be carried out and renewed every 2 years to assess, prevent & control the risk, that Legionella has to your building and the people in it! Even if someone doesn’t contract Legionella in your workplace, you still are at risk of prosecution if procedures aren’t in place.

There are two types of Legionella Risk Assessments, one being a full assessment and the other a Landlord Legionella Risk Assessment. Landlords have a legal duty to assess the potential Legionella risks of any of their properties, that will be used as rental accommodation. Once the Risk Assessment is completed it is then the Landlords responsibility, to manage those potential risks and take preventative measures to reduce the risk of contamination.

After our assessments we will always give our clients the best advice for the Remedial works needed to be carried out, in order to give our clients the best of service & look after their Health & Safety.

Risk Assessment

What should be included in a Risk Assessment?

The following is the information that you should expect to see in a Risk Assessment:

  • The name and role of the person carrying out the Risk Assessment
  • Details of who is responsible for the management of the Water System in that building
  • A full Schematic diagram of the Water System
  • The risks clearly identified
  • The recommendations to control any potential risks that are found
  • Recommendations of future monitoring, prevention and frequency.

We can offer a full ACoP L8 Legionella Risk Assessment in accordance with all updated legislation/regulations.

The aim of a Legionella Risk Assessment is for people with responsibilities, also known as duty holders – to help understand, control and prevent the risk of a Legionella outbreak in their premises.

For more information, any questions or if you would like to book for a Legionella Risk Assessment please message us at any time and we will get back to you within 24hrs.

Landlord Risk Assessment

If you are a Landlord and you actively rent out your property, you have a responsibility in accordance with Health and Safety Legislation to assess, prevent and control the risks, of potential sources that cause Legionnaires’ Disease.

In order to be able to prevent and control the risks, you would need to carry out a Risk Assessment first – we can then give you help and advice through our detailed risk assessment reports of the steps you need to take in order to minimise the risk.

Included with our Risk Assessments is a Schematic Diagram of your Water System and Shower Head Cleaning!

To book a Risk Assessment please contact us and we can arrange this at your earliest convenience.