The Certificate Lab provide simple, tailored Legionella risk assessments for residential landlords throughout Central Scotland.
A Legionella risk assessment of all cold and hot water systems is a legal requirement in the UK to help manage the risk of Legionnaires' disease.
All landlords or agents who rent out property must carry out this assessment before people move in to ensure they are safe from legionella bacteria. This needs to be renewed every 2 years.
Our team of assessors can perform both standard and client specific Legionella risk assessments to suit your needs.
A qualified risk assessor will carry out a thorough site visit to build the assessment report which will identify any risks and remedial actions needed to meet the latest standards and legal requirements.
Why choose us?
Over 10 years experience providing Legionella risk assessments
We also provide other property certificates and offer package deals
Well organized with the latest CRM software
Excellent ongoing service, always ready to assist you
For free advice or to request a quote, send us your details via the form below.
Legionella Risk Assessment NEAR ME
Legionella Risk Assessment Scotland
Legionella Risk Assessment Glasgow
Legionella Risk Assessment Edinburgh
Legionella Risk Assessment Paisley
Legionella Risk Assessment East Kilbride
Legionella Risk Assessment Livingston
Legionella Risk Assessment Motherwell
Legionella Risk Assessment Falkirk
Legionella Risk Assessment Hamilton
Legionella Risk Assessment Airdrie
Legionella Risk Assessment Bellshill
Legionella Risk Assessment Coatbridge
Legionella Risk Assessment Aberdeen
Legionella Risk Assessment Inverness
Legionella Risk Assessment Scottish Borders
Legionella Risk Assessment Ayr
A Legionella Risk Assessment is a document that outlines the potential risks of Legionnaires' disease in a building and provides recommendations for controlling and preventing the growth of Legionella bacteria.
In the context of a rented property, the landlord has a legal obligation to ensure that the building is safe and free from health hazards, including the risk of Legionnaires' disease. This means that landlords must carry out a Legionella Risk Assessment for all properties that they rent out.
The assessment should identify the sources of water in the building and assess the risk of Legionella growth, taking into account factors such as water temperature, storage and distribution, and the presence of vulnerable groups, such as the elderly and those with weakened immune systems.
Based on the assessment, the landlord should put in place measures to control the risk of Legionella growth and ensure that the building is safe for its occupants. This may include regular maintenance and cleaning of water systems, controlling water temperatures, and implementing good hygiene practices.
The Legionella Risk Assessment should be reviewed regularly and updated as necessary, to ensure that the building remains safe and free from health hazards. The assessment should also be made available to tenants and local authorities upon request.
Overall, a Legionella Risk Assessment is an important tool for landlords to ensure the safety of their rented properties and to protect the health of their tenants.
REQUEST A QUOTE
Why choose The Certificate Lab?
For more info about our services, send us a message via the contact from and we'll get back to you
The Certificate Lab
48 West George Street