In the context of legionella prevention, a priority institution must, among other things, have a risk analysis carried out and a management plan drawn up (in accordance with BRL 6010). The owner or manager of a priority institution must have a legionella test and legionella analysis carried out at least every six months. The legionella samples must be examined in an ISO/IEC 17025 accredited laboratory. You can find more information about legionella on our legionella theme page (in Dutch).
As a specialist in the field of drinking water installations and drinking water quality, Kiwa can support owners and managers of public drinking water installations in preventing legionella. We can not only inspect and inspect your installation, but also train you to get started within your organization as a legionella prevention advisor.