A water logbook is your central location for all your legionella control records. It plays a crucial part in your legionella control and management and allows for mangement records, assessments, certificates, record keeping, and more. Below is an extensive list of all the documents you might find within your water logbook.
Management records are those records that identify the overall management of legionella control.
An overview of the monitoring tasks and responsibilities.
A record of all non-compliance issues that have been identified.
Water testing and analysis records to be kept within the logbook.
Your schematic drawing of the water system should to be kept within the logbook.
The water management group structure for all those involved.
All training records and/or certificates to be kept within the logbook.
Certificates for training records, sampling, etc. to be kept within the logbook.
Introduction to legionella, control measures, emergency procedures and more.
Visit records for all those who attend for legionella control should be kept within the logbook.
All remedial works that have been undertaken are listed here to record actions to risks.
Your risk assessment should be stored within the water logbook.