Risk Management

Our Water Safety & Risk Management plan utilises a patented process to assess and define building risk.

Risk management is a process, not an event.

An effective risk management plan is an active water treatment strategy to minimise the unavoidable risks associated with the operation of a building’s water system, with the aim of providing safe drinking water.

To achieve this goal for our commercial water treatment plans, we have adopted the ‘Water Safety Plan’ principles identified by the World Health Organisation, as well as International, National, and State guidelines.

For more information about the enHealth legionella control guidelines, please visit our site audit, designed to help facility managers manage water risk and meet safety requirements or call us on 08 8403 8370.

Safe drinking water is water with microbial, chemical and physical characteristics that meet WHO guidelines or national standards on drinking water quality.

As defined by the World Health Organisation (WHO) in 2005