Legionella Risk Assessment

Why should landlords get a legionella risk assessment?

Even though many rented properties will carry a low risk from legionella, landlords must still carry out risk assessments.

While there is no such thing as a legionella test certificate, landlords must be able to prove they have risk assessed their property and are controlling the highlighted risks to keep people safe.

Is a legionella risk assessment a legal requirement?

Under UK health and safety law business owners, property managers and landlords are legally required to consider the legionella risk in their properties or businesses.

A risk assessment is the best and most effective way to achieve this.

Once completed the assessment report should be kept up to date, reviewed periodically or when any changes are made to the water systems.

By quoting our website you are entitled to these special offers:

1 Legionella Risk Assessment (domestic property) £89
2+ Legionella Risk Assessments (domestic property) £80 each (10% further discount)
1 Gas Safety Inspection & a Legionella Risk Assessment £139

What is Legionnaires' disease?

It is a lung infection you can get from inhaling droplets of water from things like air conditioning, hot tubs or taps and showers.

You can get Legionnaires' disease if you breathe in tiny droplets of water containing bacteria that causes the infection.

How Long Does a Legionella Risk Assessment Take?

A legionella risk assessment in a small domestic property generally takes anything between 20-40 minutes. However it may be wise to allow 60 minutes in your schedule.

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