LEGIONELLA RISK ASSESSOR
Learn how to comply with ACOP L8. Delivered at your own premises.
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Excellent delivery - adapted to suit needs and well-managed.
Adam understands the concept of inclusivity and his pace and use of a variety of teaching methods clearly show this.
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We offer generous discounts , such as course price reductions for groups of five or more.
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If you are the legal duty holder (employer, landlord, building manager etc.), or the nominated responsible person, you need to be able to assess the risk from legionella bacteria. This course will provide you with the knowledge and information to be able to conduct a suitable and sufficient legionella risk assessment and help you comply with your legal duties as set out in the Approved Code of Practice ACOP L8.
Note: evaporative cooling is NOT covered in this course. Please call us for advice if you have cooling towers and/or evaporative condensers.
The course is delivered at your company premises in a suitable training room. Meaning no travel or accommodation hassles for you or your staff. Plus, the course can be tailored to your own organisation and premises.
Our Legionella Risk Assessor Course is just £145 per person, with a 20% discount for groups of 5 or more. Please note: 3 people is the minimum number of attendees we need in order to run an on-site course.
Why choose our Legionella Risk Assessor Course...
Managers, supervisors, team leaders etc. will be able to deal with the risk of legionella.
Protection for staff, visitors and members of the public from this potentially deadly pathogen.
Ensure compliance with legal duties and avoid enforcement from the HSE or Environmental Health.
Improve your business reputation by demonstrating that you are managing your facilities responsibly.