WATER HYGIENE SERVICES SPECIALISING IN LEGIONELLA CONTROL, PREVENTION AND RISK MANAGEMENT
Clean water is something that everyone takes for granted. However, the risk from Legionella in water systems can be high if correct procedures are not followed. All of our water hygiene services and water treatment services are designed to meet your specific needs and are implemented to comply with the very latest regulations.
Hydraclean offers you a tailored, personal and professional compliance and water hygiene service to keep your water clean and your people safe. Ensuring health risks are fully monitored and managed is our number 1 priority.
Our Water Hygiene Services include:
- Cleaning and chlorination
- Microbiological sampling – UKAS Accredited
- Ongoing risk assessment and management
- Service and maintenance schedules
- Control schemes and compliance management
Our trained, qualified and certified staff provide independent expert water safety advice and consultancy. If you would like a free quote or more information on how Hydraclean can help you to fully comply with the law and deal with the risk of Legionella please fill out the form or call us today.
HOW OUR WATER HYGIENE SERVICES CAN HELP YOU
Minimising the risk to the public of catching legionella disease is a legal requirement. With over 30 years of experience, we help clients to comply with the Water Supply Regulations 1999, the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and the COSHH regulations 2002.
The code places responsibility on employers and others to identify, assess, prevent and control the source of risk for Legionella bacteria. It is extremely important that all records of implemented precautions are kept and maintained.
We work alongside building managers, facilities managers, landlords and property agents to create bespoke maintenance schedules for your water hygiene systems. Our technical expertise, robust engineering experience and excellent customer care ensure your organisation meets the associated legal obligations.
Find out more information here on how to make sure you are meeting The Health and Safety Commission (HSE) standards.