Service: Legionella Risk Assessment & Legionella Compliance
Project: Legionella compliance services at West of Scotland Housing Association properties
Client: West of Scotland Housing Association
Cleartech Group Ltd were engaged by the West of Scotland Housing Association, to carry out Legionella compliance on several of their sites. Founded in 1965, the West of Scotland Housing Association (WSHA) is a social housing provider, that provides great quality homes at affordable rents in Glasgow and throughout the West of Scotland, including mainstream, sheltered and amenity housing.
For this project, our Legionella Compliance programme includes:
- Cleaning & disinfection of shower heads
- Legionella risk assessments
- Legionella water sampling & monitoring
- Water temperature checks & monitoring
- Cleaning & disinfection of CWSTs
- Plumbing & rectification works
We engage directly with the site managers in the planning and carrying out of all legionella compliance tasks and work with them to ensure there is no disruption to the day to day running of the association. We can advise our client’s on-site team about routine tasks that can be done to remain fully compliant and ensure the staff are adequately trained to carry this out.
Any high risk situations which may arise, are communicated directly to the site manager. Cleartech ensures clients are aware of, and in total compliance with all current legislation with any recommendations we make for remedial and rectification works, being backed up with photographs/evidence where possible. We also guarantee that all works are completed in accordance with BS 8558 specification and L8 ACOP. Furthermore, as registered members of the Legionella Control Association, it is our policy to adhere to “The Control of Legionellosis, a recommended code of conduct for service providers”.
For further information or advice on our legionella compliance services, or for a quote, call today on 01698 682000, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or submit a contact form to our website.
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