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Legionella Management – The new ACOP L8 HSG274 Part 2 and what the changes mean to you

HBE Risk Management is hosting a Legionella Management seminar on Tuesday 20th May about the HSE’s new HSG274 Part 2.

Our guest speakers for this event are John Newbold, Specialist in the control of occupational legionellosis with the HSE; Simon French, the well-known independent Legionella consultant and Lesley Jansen van Rensburg, HBE’s Water Technical Manager.ACoP L8 HSG274 Part 2


John Newbold – Specialist in the control of occupational legionellosis
Simon French – Legionella Consultant, WHT
Lesley Jansen Van Rensburg – Water Technical Manager, HBE Risk Management.

Two Sessions

Morning Session

09:30 – 11:30 (Registration at 09:15)
HSG274 Part 2 and the impact on Property Owners, Facilities & Buildings Managers and Landlords

Afternoon Session

14:00 – 16:00 (Registration at 13:45)
HSG274 Part 2 and the impact on Healthcare

Who should attend?

Building Managers, Property Owners, Landlords, Facilities Managers, Estates Managers, Infection Control Staff, Healthcare Practice Managers, Health & Safety Managers, Architects, M&E Consultants and Contractors and all staff with responsibility Legionella Management.

Date:     Tuesday 20th May 2014
Venue:   Ramada Plaza Hotel, 117 Milltown Road, Shaws Bridge, Belfast, BT8 7XP, Northern Ireland
Cost:     A charge of £200 + vat per delegate which has been subsidised for HBE customers to £100 + vat per delegate.

We expect these seminars to be extremely popular. There is limited space and preference will be given to HBE customers, so please book early by emailing

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