Legionella Compliance Monitoring
Any water system that has the right environmental conditions could potentially be a source for legionella bacteria growth. There is a reasonable legionella risk in your water if:-
The control of Legionella Bacteria in water systems is a legal obligation by the employer for employees and visitors by protecting occupational health and safety in line with HSG 274 part 2.
Control measure required include:
HSG 274 Part 2 indicates that the best method of reducing risk is the Automatic Water System Temperature Monitoring
Methods for watering temperature monitoring mainly include taking manual readings from all outlets or as identified in the risk assessment.
Considerations and Issues:
A simple three-step approach to compliance
Report – real time records Audit trail identify issues
Measure – Automatic temperature live data. Accurate information.
Store – Upload to secure cloud access data anywhere. No manual recording.
Savings – Reduce wastewater, redeploy labour more effectively, reduce carbon
Reduced carbon, eliminate unnecessary remedial works.
Measurements – Repeatable, error-free process
Automatic and continuous temperature recording
Reporting - Electronic monthly reports
Auditable process and online logbook
Compliance - Improved Health and Safety
Exceed requirements of HSG274 part 2
Our system IoT remote water temperature monitoring solution consists of the following components:
Automated weekly exceptions
30 seconds to read
20 minutes to transmit
Up to 10-year battery life
Temperature Probe Options
Dual (Hot and cold)
Triple (Hot, cold & TMV)
Quad (x4 local sensors)
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