Blog Posts About Written Scheme/Water Safety Plan

 

Legionella Risk Assessments During Lockdown – Third Time’s a Charm?
  The UK has been placed into its third lockdown and as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, businesses, schools, offices and many other buildings have once again had their use drastically...
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BS8680 Water Quality - Water Safety Plan - Code of practice
  What does BS8680 on Water Safety Plan - Code of Practice mean to me? During the day to day management of domestic water systems, whether large or small, there are occasions when a problem occurs...
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The Water Safety Group, explained…
This group, the ‘water safety group’ [WSG], isn’t a new idea! The concept of the Water Safety Group was first outlined in the Department of Health’s HTM04-01 addendum and the subsequent revision...
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Developing a plan for controlling Legionnaires’ Disease
Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay  The single most important aspect of good water management is having a ‘plan’, hence the expression; ‘fail to plan, then plan to fail’!
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How do Legionella Risk Assessments fit into my Water Safety Plan
The requirement to identify and evaluate risks is embedded in UK health & safety regulations. Where there is deemed to be a foreseeable risk in regards to bacterial proliferation, a legionella...
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