Reoccupation of Buildings that have been Temporarily Vacant: Fire Safety & Water Hygiene
As businesses start preparing their workspaces for reoccupation, following periods of reduced occupancy within their buildings and offices, there are several key points relating to fire safety and The growth of bacteria in water systems is a common cause of potentially-fatal Legionnaires’ disease. Recent outbreaks of Legionella have highlighted the need for stringent water hygiene risk mana... More which may require consideration.
The S2 Partnership has written an Advice Note, relating specifically to the reoccupation of buildings which have been temporarily vacant, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The key points are outlined in our Advice Note.