Scottish Water Scientific now offers Legionella Risk Assessment and Legionella Control services to enable you to meet your requirements under Health and Safety at Work legislation and COSHH.

All employers and building owners are now responsible for ensuring a Legionella Risk Assessment is carried out on all buildings which can be accessed by the public or are a place of work. These include hotels, guest houses, campsites, leisure facilities, hairdressing salons, rented accommodation, healthcare facilities and offices. They can carry out the risk assessment themselves if they feel they are competent to do so, or alternatively, they can employ the services of a provider such as Scottish Water to carry out the assessment on their behalf.

For more detailed information on Legionnaires Disease, Legionella Risk Assessment and how it affects you, download our Legionella Factsheet 

How Can Scottish Water Help Me? 

As an approved Legionella Control Association (LCA) member, you can be assured that when choosing Scottish Water Scientific as your service provider, you will be receiving a high quality service carried out in accordance with HSE ACOP L8 from experienced Legionella Risk Assessors.

For details of our services view our LCA - Certificate of Registration 2020

View the Legionella Control Association’s Recommended Code of Conduct for Service Providers

Our team of assessors and maintenance technicians are located and operate across Scotland. We will provide you with a full report detailing our findings and any recommended remedial actions arising from the assessment.

To request a quote for your building, please complete the enquiry form.

Scottish Water is committed to protecting your data and information. Our privacy notice explains how Scottish Water uses personal data collected by Scottish Water.  It also sets out our commitment to safeguarding personal information held about individuals - it does not apply to information we hold about companies and other organisations. Any personal data you give to Scottish Water will be processed in accordance with current UK Data Protection laws. You can read our Personal Data Policy here.