Following the undertaking of the Legionella risk assessment, the duty holder and responsible person must implement the significant findings of the report and establish a procedure to ensure that the water systems are maintained safe in the future.
A water management policy, plan and procedure document is designed to help your organisation set clear goals for water management, document clearly how you intend to achieve these aims and to document and track the undertaking of remedial actions and on-going monitoring tasks to ensure your systems remain safe.
With over 20 years’ experience in Legionella consultancy, AEC can provide you with a professional, competent and detailed management plan, which is tailored to your business and outlines policies, procedures and step by step processes to manage your water systems. It is an essential document to fulfil your statutory obligations and provide a safe working environment for everyone.
It is important to check your management plan and procedures and keep your water hygiene information up to date on at least an annual basis. AEC offer a review service which gives you the peace of mind that your records are up to date, fit for purpose and that you stay compliant with the law. During a review we would review all aspects of the running of your water hygiene management systems and provide a detailed report on areas of strength and weakness along with a targeted plan for achieving compliance.