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Legionella bacteria can be living in your water supply, in fact anywhere in your building where water collects. It causes Legionellosis, a pneumonia like illness; the most well known form being Legionnaires' disease
The bacteria are common in water systems, such as rivers and lakes but rarely in such concentrated quantities for people to catch Legionnaires' disease.
This normally occurs when Legionella bacteria is found in purpose built water systems, such as those within your building. This is why it's essential to understand your obligations and requirements around Legionella and the L8 guidelines laid down by the HSE.
This presentation comes from the first in a series of educational seminars hosted by Acorn Maintenance, specifically to help existing clients and customers keep abreast of current legislation and best practice guidelines.
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