How can a person contract Legionnaires’ disease?
15th Feb 2020
Legionnaires’ disease can be contracted when contained water droplets enter a person’s lungs. People can be infected with Legionella while washing their hands, showering and bathing in a whirlpool.
Legionella can be found in many different types of water systems. All employers, building owners and landlords have a duty of care and a legal obligation to undertake a Water and Legionella Risk on all workplace buildings where there is a foreseeable risk of exposure to Legionella bacteria.
A Legionella Risk Assessment ensure properties are safe from the bacteria.
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