In addition to fire risk assessments, our experience and competency levels extend to providing our clients with a range of compliance services.
We can conduct a Health & Safety Audit of your business.
This follows the same easy to view format as our Fire Risk Assessments, with an Action Plan enabling you to manage your ongoing Health and Safety.
FCS-live can provide Legionella Risk Assessments accessible via the same FCS Cloud system as our Fire Risk Assessments. Our Legionella Risk Assessments are fulfilled via specialist contractors who have UKAS 17020 Accreditation for Legionella Risk Assessment.
All water systems require a Legionella Risk Assessment, however not all systems will require elaborate control measures. A simple risk assessment may show that the risks are low and being properly managed to comply with the law. However, it is important to review your assessment regularly in case of any changes in your system, and specifically if there is a reason to suspect it is no longer valid.
The assessment will consist of a full onsite survey to inspect and evaluate all water systems present. They will identify the level of risk, evaluate every type of risk and prioritise the actions required and control measures need to control the risks. We will also produce a schematic for all water systems.
Where systems have a high risk of Legionella contamination particularly where water droplets are produced by a process, then the Legionella Risk Assessment must be thoroughly worked through and completed by someone with a high level of Legionella awareness and most likely by a trained Legionella Risk Assessor. Examples of these high-risk types of systems are showers, cooling towers, wet humidifiers, jacuzzis, vehicle wash systems and others where water droplets are produced.
Through our specialist contractors we can also carry out remedial work such as dead leg removal, tank cleaning and disinfection, thermostatic mixing valve service and testing as well as regular temperature monitoring and other cyclical works as required.
The Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations 2002 puts duties on employers and the self-employed to protect people from dangerous substances in the workplace, and to members of the public who may be put at risk by work activity.
Dangerous substances may include solvents, paints, varnishes, flammable gases such as liquid petroleum gas (LPG), dusts from machining and sanding operations, dusts from foodstuffs, pressurised gases and substances corrosive to metal.
For professional advice or further information, call us today on: 0333 0433 833