Temperature Monitoring

by Water Hygiene Centre, on 15-08-2018
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Temperature control is widely recognised as the traditional means to reduce the risk of Legionella within domestic hot and cold water systems. The correct method for taking a temperature from an outlet is important to demonstrate that a temperature control strategy is compliant.  

This video outlines how to take accurate hot and cold water temperatures.





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This Video Covers;

- What you need for correctly taking temperatures 

- How to accurately take temperature readings and record them


Temperature parameters will be determined by the occupant susceptibility within the building, these parameters are detailed in: Health Technical Memorandum 04-01: Safe Water in healthcare premises. Part B: Operational management 

Editors Note: The information provided in this blog is correct at date of original publication - August 2018. 

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