Regular plant inspections ensure that your water system continues to run safely and the control programme remains effective. Depending on the level of risk, we may suggest that these are carried out on a monthly, or six-monthly basis.

Aqualogic carry out site visits and conduct detailed risk assessments to give an accurate estimate of the risk posed by Legionella bacteria to that site. Testing involves the collection of water samples for thorough analysis, prior to developing a detailed report that indicates your risk factors.

Conducting a Legionella and Water Quality Risk Assessment

The primary requirement for determining how to combat the risk of waterborne bacterial infection is the risk assessment survey. After a site visit, sample gathering and water testing are complete, we follow a carefully developed process to generate a detailed report highlighting important details, which assist building managers to put the correct measures in place.

Our thorough reports communicate to building managers and those employed to deal with the water services, the extent of the water system. Drawn up in colour using Microsoft Visio, we identify those elements of the system where Legionella may grow, as well as showing how the system functions. Where a higher level of detail is required we can carry out a full survey of a building’s plant, pipe work and outlet location.

Information provided on your water quality assessment

Full site description accompanied by plant data

Identification of areas where legionella may grow

Executive summary of the risks and a risk score

Photographic records of main risk areas identified

Mechanical works recommendations


Monitoring programme recommendations

Conclusion of prioritised recommendations

Recommendations to fulfil requirements of the log book

The Importance of Microbiological Testing