In order to identify the sources of potential exposure to Legionella bacteria, the assessor will need to review relevant documentation, such as water system plans and maintenance records, and may also need to conduct site visits and interviews with workers.
Once the sources of potential exposure have been identified, the assessor will evaluate the risks associated with those sources. This may include evaluating the potential for exposure to Legionella bacteria through inhalation, as well as the potential for the bacteria to grow and multiply in the water system.
Based on the results of the risk assessment, the assessor will recommend controls to manage or eliminate the identified risks. These controls may include measures such as maintaining the water system to minimize the growth of bacteria, providing protective equipment for workers, and implementing safe work practices.
NOTE – If you have multiple sites, we can change the cost structure to a project-based approach as opposed to single sites and often results in significantly reduced costs because we change to a daily rate as opposed to a single site cost. Often, we can complete 2-3 small sites within 1 long day for example.
If this is your case, feel free to give us a call or message us and we will chat through the details and availability.
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We will be in touch as soon as possible, usually within 1 hour during office opening times or the next morning.