Legionella Risk Assessments
What is an Legionella risk assessment and why do you need one?
Landlords of residential accommodation have responsibilities to combat Legionella Disease especially to those in the vulnerable age group. Health and safety legislation states that a landlord has a duty of care to their tenants to prevent and control the risk of Legionella disease in their property.
A risk assessment will outline any potential harms/threats that may cause the outbreak of Legionella disease and will also provide you with control measures that you may need to minimise any risk to their property.
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Full extensive report
Our qualified agents will provide you with an extensive report including photos, detailing all findings for the property.
Upon completion you will be provided with a report outlining all recommendations for the property.
Certificate of proof
Upon completion you will be provided with certificate of proof to show that the property has had an assessment.
Frequently Asked Questions
Under the Health and Safety act it states that as a landlord they have a duty of care to their tenants – so all properties will require a Legionella risk assessment. It is especially important if you have tenants that fall into the vulnerable age group.
£38 plus VAT
Vulnerable age group are Elderly and children under 5, However if the doesn’t accommodate anyone in the vulnerable age group but have regular visitors who do fall into this group the property would still require a Legionella risk assessment.
Legionella disease is a potentially fatal form of pneumonia caused by the inhalation of small droplets of contaminated water containing Legionella.