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Legionella Risk Assessments Using Mobile Apps

Legionella inspections for commercial & residential buildings according to the HSE Approved Code of Practice L8. The best Legionella Risk Assessment mobile software

Legionella Risk Assessment Mobile App - HSE L8

Use our mobile Legionella Risk Assessment mobile surveying app to survey commercial & residential buildings onsite using modern tablets & smart phones, according to the HSE Approved Code of Practice L8.

Ideal for health & safety managers, compliance inspectors, registered social landlords, councils, enforcement officers, and surveying practices.

Speed up onsite surveying and make your surveying teams super efficient. The mobile app is slick, uncluttered and so easy-to-use, even on small phones.

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Benefits Mobile Legionella Software

A great deal of time, effort and cost is consumed by your field inspectors manually filling out paper forms, taking pictures on cameras and dictating recommendations.

The even more time is spent back at base formatting records, re-keying data, creating reports and revisiting the site due to missed or lost site information

This is expensive time that could be used in more productive activities.

Save time & money with the PocketSurvey risk assessment & inspection app when carrying out Legionella risk assessments.

No more paper forms or handwritten notes.

Legionella Risk Assessment Software - Reduce Admin by 90%

The professional Legionella Risk Assessment report includes referenced photographs. Your own report will be customised with your logo and organisation details.

Legionella Risk Assessments

Legionella Risk Assessment App

View a typical Legionella Risk Assessment survey report by clicking the button below.

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Why Legionella Surveys?

Legionnaires disease is a form of pneumonia

It is caused by the inhalation of airborne droplets containing significant numbers of the Legionella pnemophila bacterium

Symptoms are initially flu-like but can progress to pneumonia, which in a minority of cases can prove fatal

The bacteria is widespread in the natural environment, where it presents little risk.

However, the risk from it increases significantly when it is allowed to proliferate in building water systems, particularly where there is also a risk of water aerosolisation e.g. showers, cooling tower 'drift'.

Risk of proliferation is typically associated with low water turnover, water temperatures maintained between 20 and 45 degrees C, accumulation of sludge and slime and lack of an adequate water treatment regime.

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