You are now aware that your facility's water could be putting people at risk, but you're not confident in what to do next.
Keep your employees safe from waterborne pathogens such as Legionella, stay ahead of government mandates, and protect your company from unwanted litigation.
How To Begin Addressing The Risk Of Waterborne Pathogens
1. Schedule A Visit
We walk you through a simple worksheet that gathers information about your facility's water systems.
2. Organize A Team
We help you put together a cross-functional team of people who are responsible for water safety.
3. Get A Water Safety Plan
We deliver a comprehensive plan that identifies areas of risk and provides steps to control them.
Who Is Helping You Implement Your Water Safety Program?
Many facilities are now aware that they must begin taking measures to reduce the risk of Legionella in their building water systems. Having a Water Safety Program is necessary to protect people and remain in regulatory compliance with certain governing bodies. Unfortunately, many facility managers are unsure of how to implement a Water Safety Program. Not only this, they are concerned about money and time wasted on measures that are unnecessary. With so many people talking about Legionella, it’s getting difficult to know where to start and where it all ends. We will not only help you get started, but we’ll walk you through every step of the process. HOH has a full-suite of capabilities to make your Water Safety Program simple, effective and hassle-free.Schedule A Site Visit
A Water Safety Program That Works
Secondary disinfection and filtration create water conditions that minimize the growth and spread of waterborne pathogens.
Ongoing monitoring for waterborne pathogens ensures that safe water conditions are consistently maintained.
We are on-site regularly to help you implement your Water Safety Plan and respond if problems occur.
Your Next Step
If you don't have a plan in place to address the risk of waterborne pathogens in your building, you may be behind the curve. But don't worry, getting started is not hard with the right help. HOH has proven experience helping facilities like yours develop and implement Water Safety Programs that work.Schedule A Site Visit
Putting our Water Safety Plan together wasn’t as difficult as I thought it would be when we started.Ryan Unzicker, Facilities Manager, Meriter Hospital