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Brief discussion notes on the changes to the HTM 04-01 following the recent and long-awaited publication of the revised HTM 04-01 Parts A, B, C and the HTM 04-01 Supplement documents.
In re-circulating hot water systems which may not be balanced correctly or where blockages may exist in such systems, there is the potential that areas of stagnant water...
The aim of this document is to provide discussion notes and evidence to support the requirement for the collection of microbiological samples no earlier than 48hours following completion...
Elevated levels of bacteria have been found at a hotel where a guest died after contracting Legionnaires' disease.
A GP surgery in Forest Gate faces closure unless it improves the care offered to its patients within six months.
Bacteria communicate by sending distress signals to each other, helping them to avoid certain antibiotics.