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Nursing and Care Homes Legionella Risk Assessment

Safeguarding Resident Well-being: Comprehensive Legionella Risk Assessment for Nursing and Care Homes, Ensuring Hygienic Environments and Peace of Mind

Nursing homes, care homes and other healthcare facilities often accommodating residents who are considered to be at increased risk of contracting Legionnaires’ disease. Therefore, it is vital that strict management systems are in place to eliminate or manage and control the risks associated with legionella bacteria.


Our Healthcare Water Hygiene Risk Assessments services are designed in line with the HSE Approved Code of Practice ACoP L8:2013 (Edition 4), HSG274 Part 2 and 3, HTM04-01.


The dutyholder (Owner/Manager) must ensure that the person who carries out the risk assessment and provides advice on prevention and control of exposure to legionella must be competent to do so. Please note that all our consultants are members of “Water Management Society” and are trained to City and Guilds WH004 Standard.


Our consultant will always carry out an extensive risk assessment of all the water services within the premises and provide easy to understand recommendations which will guide you to full compliance. Get in touch now for a Nursing / Care Home Legionella Risk Assessment.

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QC fines North Yorkshire nursing home £2,500 for failure to comply with regulations

CQC issues two fixed penalty notices to Molescroft Nursing Home (Holdings) Limited following the provider's failure to inform the commission about a positive legionella test result, and of changes to the management at Holy Name Care Home in Hall Road, Hull, North Yorkshire.

Following routine testing on 23 September 2013, five of nine water samples taken at Holy Name Care Home had tested positive for Legionella. Altought the provider took action to protect people's safety, they did not report the situation to CQC as is required under Regulation 18 of the Health and Social Care Act.

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