HVAC planned preventative maintenance should take place on water services as they’re a vital part in ensuring water is available from your tap or shower head outlets when required by you or your customer.
Water systems typically require a minimum of two service maintenance visits per annum or as dictated by national legionella control guidelines.
According to the guidelines, there is a legal obligation on employers to carry out a risk assessment in relation to legionella prevention and control in the workplace. Where a risk is identified, control measures and a risk management plan should be put in place.
Showers, taps, sinks and storage tanks are part of the mechanical and electrical plant. Maintenance of this plant is of vital importance as the risk to your businesses’ reputation, were you to be left without water services could be substantial.
Water services maintenance is carried out with minimum disruption to your business, whilst ensuring compliance with current health and safety and legionella control guidelines.
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