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Hot water risk assessment – What you need do know?

Charlie Brain, Senior Consultant and Authorising Engineer, at Water Hygiene Centre discusses the importance of a hot water risk assessment and of controlling temperatures on a healthcare site. Read More

Legionella control for architects and building engineers

In this article, Water Hygiene Centre's Roy Sullivan, discusses Legionella control for architects and building engineers including the risks present in hot and cold water systems, regulation and guidance. Read More

Should point of use filters always be a temporary control measure?

Daniel Pitcher provides SHP's readers with an insight into what was discussed in The Healthcare Infection Society's September webinar. Read More

Water hygiene – The impact of self-isolating

From a water hygiene perspective, due to the interruption or disruption to routine water maintenance, property or estates management teams have a responsibility to ensure safe working conditions for occupants remain in place at all times. Read More

Remote water temperature monitoring to reduce Legionella risk

Monitoring water temperatures to reduce the risk posed by Legionella bacteria can be time consuming and costly. Regular visits from Read More

Health in the workplace after flooding

By Michael Cooper, Richfords Fire & Flood Dallas, Chicago, Kentucky and California have all suffered horrendous flooding in recent months. Read More



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