Legionella Control and Defensible Water Management Program for the U.S.
Legionella water management programs and services improve the safety of your facility and optimize your building water and HVAC systems. Learn about U.S. Legionella water management programs and see the Legionella risk factors for each U.S. state.
Key parts of a water management program or plan are:
- Forming a Legionnaires Control Team
- Describing Water Systems
- Analyze Water Systems for Safety and Efficiency
- Specify Control Locations, Critical Limits, Monitoring and Corrective Actions
- Develop Verification Strategy
- Develop Validation Strategy
A comprehensive Defensible Water Management Program (WMP) is the process by which the safety and efficiency of a facility’s potable and utility water systems are managed in an ongoing, dynamic way that follows the guidance of ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 188. An effective water management program or plan involves ongoing activity, so if there is no data being collected, the existing water management plan might not be implemented correctly.
Our solution helps our clients maintain documentation and make informed, data-driven decisions. If you already have a water safety plan for your facility, ongoing verification, and validation of the plan ensures that the plan is being implemented as designed and controlling the hazards.
Water quality monitoring regularly gathers important parameters related to >building a water system. Water quality testing helps to ensure the proper balance between water safety and water efficiency while corrective actions may include Legionella control systems and Legionella control water softeners.
Some Key Indicators are:
- Disinfectant levels
- Water Hardness Levels
Legionella Control Systems utilizes ASSE/IAPMO/ANSI 12080, the Professional Qualifications Standard for Legionella Water Safety and Management Personnel. Key staff have attained ASSE 12080 Legionella Water Safety and Management Specialist Certification.