Solutions for Health Departments

Minimizing the risk of Legionella and other waterborne pathogens as an environmental health specialist, epidemiologist, inspector, microbiologist, or engineer with your health department:

How to Successfully Minimize Risk

Follow your path to success in investigating building water systems, sampling, and giving smart recommendations to building operators.

Step 1: Stay Informed

Stay informed about outbreaks, guidelines, scientific findings, events, and learning opportunities.

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Step 2: Get Trained

Participate in live training webinars and Q&A sessions, watch training videos, and get online access to quick answers about Legionella control measures.

Step 3: Build a WMP

Find out how to survey building water systems properly. Learn the keys to a successful water management program. Go through Online Courses 101-104.

Step 4: Conduct Testing

Test water systems properly to validate Legionella control. Take e-Learning Courses 401-404 to select the right sample types and locations, collect samples properly, correctly interpret the test results, and make good recommendations.

Step 5: Track Results

Use LAMPS Analytics to evaluate the performance of facilities you are monitoring and to suggest remediation strategies. Go through e-Learning course 501. Enter Legionella, disinfectant (e.g., chlorine), and temperature results in the data entry forms and then review summary tables and graphs.

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