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Legionella Training Leicester

Have legionella training Leicester with the knowledgeable professionals. Water Pros provides a complete range of courses and seminars which are made to meet the needs of staff, duty holders, and those appointed as a Responsible Person.

The CIBSE Accredited courses are provided candidates up and down the UK. Legionella training Leicester covers Legionnaire's disease awareness and prevention, in compliance with ACoP L8 and current guidelines.

Lower the potential risk of legionnaire's disease at your commercial property by arranging accessible legionella training Leicester with the assistance of Water Pros.

Legionella Awareness Training Leicester

Legionella Awareness Training Leicester

Legionella awareness training Leicester is appropriate for anyone in charge in the maintenance of water systems in a commercial or industrial premises, including landlords, supervisors, technicians, plant operators and maintenance staff. From spas to schools, rented to hotels, the team can assist.

The professionals can run formal seminars and one day lectures for legionella training in Leicester, but this is dependent upon client requirements. The most common training subject is ACoP L8 compliance. Informal training courses are also provided by the team, and 1/2 day onsite talks can be organised onsite. This is seen as invaluable training by employers, for members of their maintenance staff. From 10 candidates to 80 candidates across multiple venues, a complete yet tailored service can be offered to your business, wherever you are in the United Kingdom.

Water Pros knows that businesses have individual requirements for Leicester legionella training, and the professionals can adapt to you by offering a tailored service. As well as training, the experts provide a comprehensive range of services including risk assessments, cleaning, wireless temperature monitoring, remedial works, log book systems and water sampling services from an UKAS accredited laboratory.

For more details regarding legionella training in Leicester, simply get in touch with the helpful team by calling the number shown, or by completing with the online form. You'll get a fast response by email or phone.

Legionella Risk Assessment Training Leicester

Legionella Risk Assessment Training Leicester

Legionella risk assessment training Leicester from industry professionals who provide formal and informal training courses for clients in the public and private sector. Legionella training in Leicester is a crucial component of any legionella risk management programme.

Spread of Legionnaire's disease happens where there are cold and hot water systems which are poorly maintained, e.g. in hot tubs, showers and cooling towers. This is commonly the result of inadequate management, communication, and a lack of training. These terrible incidents, which have resulted in loss of life in rare cases, can be easily controlled with sufficient training and awareness.

In the publication Legionnaire's disease: The Control of Legionella Bacteria in Water Systems ACoP L8, the HSE states that those people responsible for legionella control should be trained. A range of basic and bespoke legionella training courses in Leicester are provided by the water hygiene specialists such as legionella awareness training.

Professional courses for the control of legionella in cooling water systems, hot and cold water systems, spas and leisure pools can also be organised by the team. They will chat with you to offer advice on what type of training you need, to make sure you get truly beneficial training.

Last Updated 20/01/2022
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