Black Box Legionella Monitoring
Innovative Legionella intelligence monitoring can help keep your staff and visitors safe under the relevant legislative compliance and ACOP L8. Legionella Black Box monitoring works in accordance with HSE legislation, exceeding your compliance needs.
The Black Box intelligence monitoring system reduces labour costs whilst giving real time information, audit trails and detailed records to prove compliance. Feedback can be generated every hour if required.
Technicians begin by carrying out a diagnostic of your building to establish risk areas. Advanced flushing, monitoring and communication equipment is then installed to report back on all risk areas.
Water flushing and temperature monitoring are carried out in order to reduce risk of stagnation and the associated risk of Legionella.
Manual Checking Virtually Eliminated
The system continuously checks water flow and temperature. Alerts are monitored daily and all information is accessible 24-hours a day. This system demonstrates your proactive approach to protecting public health and reducing the risk of Legionella outbreaks.
Multiple sites can benefit through reduced costs as personnel do not have to drive between sites collecting data and sample information. This clearly has an additional positive impact on your environmental policy. The need for manual monthly water temperature checking and requirements for manual flushing are removed.
Other Benefits of Black Box Legionella Technology
Through incorporating the latest in wireless remote technology and sophisticated sensors, the black box system enables:
- Continuous real-time monitoring of all risk areas.
- An unsurpassed insight into your water system.
- Email alerts for non-compliance.
- Reports generated and stored automatically each month.
- Provides a full audit trail.
- Multiple site monitoring for you at one location.
Targeted remote flushing can then occur in critical points of your water system – protecting you from risks otherwise associated with infrequent flushes.
Programs have been developed which require no initial capital outlay.