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Zeta Services is committed to ensuring the safety of our staff, clients and the general public. We are carefully monitoring the situation and following advice published by Public Health England and the NHS. Our staff have been provided clear advice about personal hygiene and we are monitoring their health. We are also monitoring their holiday plans and travel movements. We are minimising unnecessary business travel and fine tuning our business continuity plans, to ensure that we can continue to support our clients. If you have any queries please email info@zetaservices.co.uk.

Please find our policy and risk assessment for the containment of Coronavirus here (published 7th July 2020 and 6th April 2020 respectively)

Zeta Services – Coronavirus Company Policy

Zeta Services – COVID-19 Risk Assessment

Legionella and Covid-19

The Importance of Maintaining Legionella Controls Where Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Controls Reduce Occupancy

Government guidance to reduce all but essential travel and meetings has reduced the number of people using many buildings for work, leisure and other purposes, which will inevitably have an effect on water use, reducing turnover overall and creating individual underused facilities.  If action is not taken, or if routine controls are allowed to lapse, the result will be deterioration of the water and the water systems, increasing the likelihood of legionella colonising parts or whole systems.  How ironic it would be if precautions to avoid catching one severe respiratory illness led to another!

It is therefore essential to take into account this new stagnation factor in your legionella control regime and to ensure at least moderate water turnover is maintained throughout, with increased flushing where required.  In many cases, this will prove to be very straightforward and only involve checking taps and showers are in daily use or flushing  them thoroughly to be sure, weekly in most buildings and more frequently in healthcare premises.  In other cases, or if the reduced number of occupants goes on for a long time, more precautions might be required.  This could be cleaning and disinfection of tanks, calorifiers and distribution systems after periods out of use or more frequent (for example, quarterly) inspection and / or cleaning and disinfection to compensate for overcapacity.

If you have concerns or you are not sure how to adapt your scheme of control to the new occupancy levels, contact Zeta and we will be there to help.

We understand that managing health, safety and environmental obligations in the workplace can be a demanding and complicated task. Here at Zeta, our combination of innovative technology and team of highly-experienced and knowledgeable advisors can help take the hassle out of the process.

Our experts will work with you to eliminate inefficient management and incorrectly applied regulations to ensure that people and buildings are protected at all times – giving you cost effective solutions, reassurance and complete peace of mind.

We offer recognised expertise in the major compliance areas including; water hygiene, fire engineering and fire risk management. So whether you’re after a full inspection, specific testing or professional consultancy – let us take the reins and ensure your business systematically meets Environmental, Health and Safety obligations.

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