Cooling tower safety checks to manage legionella risks
Businesses with cooling towers in the west of Scotland face checks to ensure they are managing legionella risks.
Legionella concerns at Guernsey's King Edward VII Hospital
The water system at Guernsey's King Edward VII Hospital is due to be flushed after "unusually high levels" of the legionella bacteria were found.
Basildon Hospital gets Centre for Disease Control help on legionella
Last-minute changes to a hospital building might have played a part in the spread of legionella which caused two patients' deaths, it has emerged.
There have been 12 inpatient legionella cases at Basildon Hospital since 2002.
Man dies after Legionella found in council care home
A 95-year-old man who was recovering from a stroke in a council care home had died from Legionnaires' Disease.
The man was staying in The Willows Care Home in Hexham Road, Whitley when he contracted pneumonia which was found to be caused by the Legionella bacterium.
London at risk of 'catastrophic' legionnaires' outbreak, report says
Leaked HSE report by inspectors before 2012 Olympics highlights danger of poor management of cooling towers and evaporative condensers
London could experience an outbreak of legionnaires' disease with potentially "catastrophic consequences" for people's health because of poor management of cooling towers and evaporative condensers near busy transport hubs and Olympic venues, according to a leaked Health and Safety Executive report.