If you are an employer, or someone in control of premises, including landlords, you must understand the health risks associated with legionella. The management of legionella-related hazards should be done by a competent person, or team, within your organisation or with the assistance of an external legionella/water hygiene specialist.
As part of your responsibility you should ensure that the necessary members of your organisation have been appropriately trained to carry out their duties safely to reduce the risks associated with Legionella bacteria. Tersus Training Services offers a range of accredited and bespoke training courses to meet your needs and ensure that you are compliant.
Basic awareness course for anyone in your business who needs to understand the risks of Legionella. This course gives delegates an understanding of the HSE’s ACoPs ‘L8’ guidance document for Legionella hazards.
Landlords and Lettings Agents of Domestic and Residential properties are responsible for ensuring a suitable and sufficient risk assessment has been undertaken for each property to cover the risk of Legionella. This course will help Landlords and Lettings Agents comply with ACoP L8 and technical guidance HSG274 Part 2 by being able to conduct their own Legionella Risk Assessments.
This globally recognised BOHS course is designed for anyone who requires foundation knowledge of the control of Legionella bacteria in domestic hot and cold water systems. This is ideal for you if you are training to become a water systems operative or you intend to further your qualifications with the P901, P903 or P904 courses.
Basic awareness course for anyone in your business who needs to understand the risks of Legionella. This course gives delegates an understanding of the HSE’s ‘L8’ guidance document for Legionella hazards.
This BOHS course teaches candidates about the operating characteristics and properties of Evaporative Cooling devices which make them potentially high-risk systems; how these risks can be identified and managed by trained and competent operators; and the control measures need to be implemented to ensure continued safe operation.