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The current Legionella risk management legislation came into force in the UK much earlier. The same level of legionella risk management is now a requirement for most countries within the EU. The Member States that have delayed applying this legislation will need to implement the best useable model. Among our team's founding members, Dániel Czakó gained his experience between 2010 and 2017 in the UK. Legionella and Pseudomonas risk assessor work experience broadened his knowledge about waterborne diseases as a result he become expert in the full spectrum of risk assessment. Our company is also proud to have a chemists László Deák on board to carry out risk assessments and recommendations for chemical cleaning from little buildings to large factories.

Legionella risk assessment is recommended / required in the following facilities

health facilities and care facilities (hospitals, care homes, dental clinics), community buildings, office buildings, schools and colleges, shopping centers, factories, commercial accommodations (e.g. hotels), buildings where cooling towers present

The regulation defines exactly which facilities legionella control is mandatory, the failure of which is sanctioned by the competent authority.

What are benefit of having a Legionella risk assessment done by our professional company?

By providing services for our customers the liability of the responsible person can be minimised and compliance with the regulatory requirements will be done. Carrying out risk assessments on hot and cold water systems and cooling water systems is not only an important aspect for the treatment of a system – it is also important for staying within 49/2015. (XI. 6.) EMMI guidelines. If your existing legionella risk assessment is not correct, then the likelihood is that your water control scheme is not correctly and is, therefore, ineffective – this is why we always ensure that our risk assessments are must be the best in the industry

The colonisation of Legionella bacteria is more like a technological problem rather than a hygienic one. In fact, visible purity is not a complete guarantee, that the operation of bacteria control technology creates a Legionella-free environment

Our risk assessments will include the following:

The inspection of any tanks

The inspection of water heaters and calorifiers

The Inspection of water distribution systems

Temperatures to be taken from around the site to ensure they are not at a level to promote the growth of Legionella bacteria

The production of an asset register

Photographs of the main pieces of the plant’s water system

Schematics of all main pieces of a system (3D in Hungarian and English)

Responsibility structure so that all involved know the level of responsibility they have for the upkeep and maintenance of the water system including chemical treatment

Recommendations that include the remedial work that is required to bring the system within the guidelines as set out in the guidance

A logbook will be produced for regular monitoring and as a record (if required)

The above would produce recommendations for a site that would ensure you comply with all relevant legislation