Water Safety Audits

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What Are Dead Legs & How They Pose a Risk to Building Water Systems?

A dead leg is a section of pipework that is either completely unused or has very little flow running through. This includes isolated branch lines, pipe sections with closed valves and pipes with one end-capped. Dead legs experience periods of no flow which leads to stagnation. Basically, any closed valve not connected to a fixture, …

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Essentials of Legionella Record Keeping for Water Safety

Information is a primary organisational asset that supports a business. Having an effective monitoring regime and keeping records is vitally important to demonstrate that your water systems are well managed and everything is under control. Efficient recordkeeping can be proof that you have made considered decisions and taken appropriate actions. Records become your protection if …

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