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Hundreds of facilities are using LAMPS for water management plans because it’s…
- “user friendly and easy to navigate” Bill Tighe, Chief Engineer, Disney Times Square Studios, New York City
- “evidence based, credible, and cost effective” Katie Cary MPH, MT (ASCP), CIC, Infection Prevention Manager, Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center & Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children at P/SL
- “simple and efficient” Kevin Ullrich, LEED Green Associate Property Manager, Cushman & Wakefield, Inc.
- “comprehensive” Russell Nassof, Esq., Executive Vice President, RiskNomics
LAMPS helps you protect the people in your buildings, reduce your legal risk, comply with ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 188-2015, meet regulations, and guard your image and revenue.
Join Us November 15 for a Live Webcast!
How to Use the Legionella Test Results Database in LAMPS to Make Smarter and Safer Water Management Decisions
November 15 at 8:00-9:00 AM Pacific (11:00-12:00 Eastern). If you interpret domestic (potable) water Legionella test results based on only one criterion–e.g., concentrations or percentage positivity–you can miss opportunities to prevent disease. On November 15, Matt Freije will show you case studies illustrating key ways to analyze Legionella test results so you can make the best decisions in managing plumbing systems. He will also show you how to use the test results database and summary reports in LAMPS to make the analysis easier and more thorough. Register now!
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