Our Legionella risk assessment software enables you to to carry out fast mobile inspections on site using the easy-to-use app for tablets or phones.
Then you can produce your legionella risk assessment reports in seconds, thus reducing your office administration by 90% or more.
This risk assessment software is ideally suitable for housing associations, surveying practices, building owners, property managers, estate managers and surveyors.
Our prices are published clearly on our website and are scalable according to the size of your organisation, and there is a fantastic monthly subscription option.
Because you save hours and hours of report writing you will recoup your investment in just a few days.
Our software is different to anything else you may have seen! The legionella mobile app is geared up to collecting data on site quickly and easily.
You do not have to swipe endlessly to get to the correct question, or scroll down long pages to find the correct input fields - you are guided to the correct place, automatically and effortlessly.
You can produce your final reports as Word or PDF documents in just a few seconds back in your office, without having to do extensive admin work on your computer.
The comprehensive legionella report shows the identification of potential sources of risk associated with Legionella within your clients' buildings, along with a prioritised action plan.
With our mobile app you just concentrate on answering the risk assessment questions relating to the site, logging compliances, non-compliances and recommended actions, and taking photos.
We minimise the amount of text you have to enter by using simple menus, and these menus can be easily amended by yourself to make your own tailored version of the template.
You can tailor your whole compliance inspection and specify contextual compliances, non-compliances, and remedial actions with our unique 'Survey Template Editor'.
You too could reduce your office admin by 90% by producing Legionella Risk Assessment inspection reports in seconds, according the HSE Approved Code of Practice L8.