Risk assessments

Audit of legionellosis risk assessments to determine if they are suitable and sufficient and risk review based on refining the risk assessments to make them suitable and sufficient.

Review of legionellosis risk assessments, transforming their recommendations from “as low as possible”, using a balance of risk and cost, into schemes based on the principle of “As Low As Reasonably Practicable” (ALARP).

Engineering risk assessment of intensive care unit as an input to Pseudomonas aeruginosa risk assessment.

Development of a scalding protection strategy based on scalding risk assessment, rather than blind installation of thermostatic mixing valves (TMVs) on every outlet.

Cooling tower legionellosis risk assessments e.g. for a university and for a local authority’s central London market.

Development of Written Control Schemes for cooling towers and Water Safety Plans in response to HSE improvement notices.

These are examples of the experience of our team members.