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Legionella management

Keeping water systems safe

Date
16 July 2024 - 17 July 2024

The Health and Safety Executive’s (HSE) ACOP L8 is the approved code of practice. It offers practical advice and specific guidance on the control of legionella bacteria in engineered water systems.

Our two-day ‘Legionella management’ course looks at how to comply with legislation around this subject, providing delegates with the skills to manage legionella risks on their sites.

They will learn how to carry out and review legionella risk assessments, plan and implement control strategies and conduct audits in line with the HSE’s requirements.

The Health and Safety Executive’s (HSE) ACOP L8 is the approved code of practice. It offers practical advice and specific guidance on the control of legionella bacteria in engineered water systems.

Our two-day ‘Legionella management’ course looks at how to comply with legislation around this subject, providing delegates with the skills to manage legionella risks on their sites.

They will learn how to carry out and review legionella risk assessments, plan and implement control strategies and conduct audits in line with the HSE’s requirements.

  • Learn how to fulfil the role of a 'responsible person'.
  • Undertake a written assessment to ensure you have the ability to perform legionella management effectively.
  • If you are an IOSH member, this course is worth 16 hours to add to your CPD record.
  • Learn how to fulfil the role of a 'responsible person'.
  • Undertake a written assessment to ensure you have the ability to perform legionella management effectively.
  • If you are an IOSH member, this course is worth 16 hours to add to your CPD record.
  • Gain the skills to carry out legionella risk assessments and plan practical control and management of legionella systems.
  • Understand how to draw up water sampling and testing programmes, or critique contractors’ programmes.
  • Design maintenance schedules to support control strategies.
  • Gain the skills to carry out legionella risk assessments and plan practical control and management of legionella systems.
  • Understand how to draw up water sampling and testing programmes, or critique contractors’ programmes.
  • Design maintenance schedules to support control strategies.

Health and safety professionals and anyone responsible for managing legionella risks.

Health and safety professionals and anyone responsible for managing legionella risks.

  • Type

    Online

  • Dates

    16 July 2024 - 17 July 2024
    11 September 2024 - 12 September 2024
    18 November 2024 - 19 November 2024

  • £375 for IOSH members (excluding VAT)
  • £425 for non-members (excluding VAT)