Congratulations to Marsh Environmental who recently successfully achieved the Legionella Control Association certification.
After a lot of hard work and dedication by all members of the team, Marsh join over 300 organisations who have satisfied the registration requirements of the LCA.
The Legionella Control Association certification provides a valuable accreditation to the business as it is an extremely well established group within the industry.
‘I am really pleased our legionella control services have been endorsed by the Legionella Control Association. This places Marsh among the leaders in our business and is truly something to be proud of.’
Richard Kemp, Operations Director - Marsh Environmental
The Legionella Control Association (LCA) is a voluntary organisation whose membership comprises providers of services and products concerned with the control of legionella bacteria in water systems. The primary aim is to keep water systems safe and minimise the risk of cases of Legionnaires' disease caused by poorly maintained systems.
As part of the accreditation process, Marsh had to draw up a Statement of Compliance addressing each of the nine commitments, whilst establishing and maintaining appropriate management systems for these services.
Membership to the LCA is voluntary but is seen across the industry as increasingly important in demonstrating a commitment to high standards of service. Many public and private tenders for water system services now require bidders to be registered with the LCA.