Usually, most domestic legionella risk assessments specialist training is not necessary. The person conducting the assessment should have attended an instructional tutorial (usually half a day or a whole day) to prove they are competent and understand the procedural instructions. In other words, the individual must have a proper knowledge in health and safety requirements along with the appropriate skills and experience to complete the tasks. Serviceteam already has trained assessors to conduct Legionella testing to ensure all areas are inspected thoroughly.
Any landlord or managing agent involved with property rental must carry out a Legionella risk assessment before a tenancy commences or changes. This will ensure the rented property is safe from legionella bacteria and safe for tenants. It shows a duty of care on behalf of the landlord and makes good sense to perform the test before new tenants move in. If you need a Legionella Risk Assessment on a property, then call Serviceteam and arrange a visit with one of our assessors.
Our Legionella testing and water hygiene specialists have over a decade of experience in this field and will conduct a detailed investigation at the property. Upon completion of the test, we will prepare a report detailing our findings and outline any remedial works needed to meet with regulations that will prevent any Legionella contamination in the future.
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