A Legionella Risk Assessment is the source of information when implementing an Action Plan to address the control measures of Legionella within the premises.
The risk assessment should be conducted by a trained and competent person and involve the building manager (or someone who knows the building), who should provide site information on how the building is used and occupied.
Once complete, the Risk Assessment should be formally handed over to the Client and the contents clearly explained and discussed. This should form the basis of an Action Plan to address any areas of concern.
All of our Legionella risk assessments are completed by City and Guilds qualified, competent and experienced professionals, in accordance with ACOP L8 (4th addition), HSG 274 and British Standard BS 8580.