The Water Hygiene Specialists
Dantek are a specialist water hygiene company committed to providing water hygiene and water treatment services throughout the UK, specialising in the control and prevention of Legionnaires' disease.
Our aim is to ensure our customers comply with the ACOP L8 and HSG274, while managing the water on their sites in the most efficient, safe and cost effective way possible to reduce the risk of legionella bacteria causing an outbreak of Legionnaires' disease.
You may want to find out if you are required to carry out a legionella risk assessment or whether temperature monitoring will be sufficient for your site? Other common questions include "how often do I need to descale and disinfect showerheads" or "when do cold water storage tanks need to be inspected".
Contacting Dantek will give you instant access to specialist knowledge about legionnaires' disease and what you need to do to comply with your legal duty. By talking to one of our team we will quickly assess the best course of action to take based on your site and will advise what actions you need to take based on the risk factors. We are able to advise you on where to focus your budget to get the most value while ensuring compliance with latest HSE guidance.
Why choose Dantek as your legionella control provider?
- You will be working with a company who believe Legionnaires disease is essentially man-made and completely preventable, and people should not be put at risk of contracting this potentially fatal form of pneumonia.
- You will have the comfort in knowing the advice you receive is based on the decades of knowledge held in the company under the steady leadership of Dan Collins (MD) and Martin Kingdon (Technical Director) who are 2 of the best Legionella professionals in the UK.
- You will have use of our in-house designed cloud based electronic log book. This is provided free to all contract customers and provides you with a report on any non-compliance issues on a daily basis. This ensures peace of mind the control measures introduced to reduce the risk of legionella bacteria are and remain effective, and whether any changes to the control scheme are required.
To get instant expert advice about Legionella control please call 01454 417920 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org