The science of compliance: legionella testing

Legionella bacteria forms in hot and cold water systems such as plumbing, shower heads, water storage tanks and cooling towers. Is your building compliant with the new L8 Approved Code of Practice?

Are you compliant?

Take a quick risk assessment now with Swiftclean:

When was your domestic water risk assessment last carried out?

Less than 2 years agoMore than 2 years agoNever
Domestic water is hot or cold water intended for personal hygiene, culinary, drinking or other domestic purposed within any building other than a private house for your personal consumption.

Have you changed any part of your water installations in your building since your last risk assessment?

NoYes
Water system installations includes all plant/equipment and components assocationed with that system, e.g. all pipe-work, feed tanks, valves, showers, heat exchangers, quench tanks, chillers, deadlegs and unused parts of the system used intermittently. Systems must be considered as a whole and not in isolation.

Has the use of the building changed since your last risk assessment?

NoYes
A risk assessment should be reviewed regularly when there are changes to the water system or its use, or changes to the building in which the water system is installed will necessitate a review of the risk assessment.

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Non compliant?

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This compliance checker offers general guidance only. Please contact us for a free compliance survey on your system.