We’re trusted by a wide range of customers ranging from industrial & institutional through to public sector and commercial organisations across the UK and Ireland.
Our experienced and qualified specialist teams are experts in helping you with:
- Legionella Risk Assessments
- Water hygiene monitoring, flushing and sampling programmes
- Water system remedial works
- Water treatment services
- Pre-Commission Cleaning Services
- Cleaning and Disinfection Water Hygiene Services
- Cleaning and Disinfection of Cooling Towers
- Closed System maintenance
- Reprocessable Membrane Filters from Aqua free
- Accredited classroom and eLearning Legionella Training
- Fire Risk Assessments
- Specialist Fire Risk Consultancy Services
- Fire Protection Services
- Fire Safety Classroom and eLearning Training Courses:
- Fire Safety Awareness
- Fire Extinguisher
- Fire Marshal / Warden
- Health & Safety audits
- Health & Safety management, policies and procedures
- Fall prevention equipment inspection and re-certification
- Disability access audits
- Sub-contractor Control
- ISO Consultancy
- Range of Health & Safety classroom and eLearning courses:
- Operating Theatre & Recovery Rooms (Conventional and UltraClean) Validation / Verification
- Isolation Room Validation / Verification
- Pharmacy Cleanroom Validation / Verification
- Laboratory Containment Rooms (CATIII) Validation / Verification
- Fume Cupboard testing
- Commercial and Office Indoor Air Quality Assessment and Management
- Radon Assessments & Monitoring
- Aspergillus Sampling
- LEV Assessments & Monitoring
- Dust Monitoring
- Chemical Exposure Monitoring
- Air Monitoring
- Compliance Management Solution, Bluezone manager
Failures identified by the HSE during an investigation into a Council's water hygiene control measures failings concluded that in-house Council staff were inadequately trained to deliver the service to a satisfactory standard over a 10 year period.
A West Sussex Council has been issued with a regulatory notice for failing to assess fire and water hygiene risks in properties it is responsible for maintaining.
A popular Nuneaton sports club has closed its doors for refurbishment works following a cricket match where two players contracted Legionnaires' disease.
A well known Wolverhampton Hotel has closed its bedroom service after The City of Wolverhampton Council served a prohibition notice following concerns related to the hotel's water management system.
Data released by Irish Health authorities highlight the growing number of Legionnaires’ disease cases in Ireland, with a record level of the potentially fatal infections notified last year.