What are the legal requirements for GP’s regarding Legionella control?
5th Feb 2020
Health and safety law require GP practices to carry out a legionella risk assessment to identify where the risk of legionella could be in their premises. Records of risk assessments and routine monitoring tasks should be retained for inspection if requested by Care Quality Commission (CQC) or Health and Safety Executive (HSE).
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