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LEGIONELLA

The Legionella Standard describes the management arrangements in place to control legionella bacteria within UCL's water systems.

Risks: The agent that causes Legionnaires' disease is a bacterium called Legionella pneumophila. It can be transmitted to people by the inhalation of small droplets of water, suspended in the air, which contain the bacteria.

 Roles and responsibilities

 UCL Standards and Guidance

UCL Estates Director

Responsible Person

Project Managers

Contractors

Heads of Department

A full description of the Roles and Responsibilities relating to the management of legionella are described in section 4 of the UCL Legionella Standard

UCL Legionella Standard

 

HSE ACOP

'Legionnaires' disease, The control of legionella bacteria in water system

HSE Guidance

Legionella and Legionnaires' Disease

Tools

Training

The law

FAQs

 

Legionella Awareness for Managers

Legionella Awareness for Technicians

Control of Substances Hazardous to Health 2002

Frequently asked questions

USEFUL LINKS

 


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