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Understanding Legionella is empowering. It empowers you to make evidence-based decisions. As advocates for prevention for more than 30 years, our goal is to end Legionnaires’ disease. That’s why we’re committed to sharing our knowledge and experience with you.

Our speakers take the mystique out of Legionella in building water systems. We help you separate myth from fact, giving you the most up-to-date science on Legionella detection, control, prevention and re-mediation. Our goal is to free you from anxiety and empower you to respond not react if, and when, you find Legionella. Learn more and let our expertise work for you! 

Speaking of Legionella

Hear from Dr. Janet E. Stout and key subject matter experts in microbiology, infection prevention, engineering, water treatment, and communications. Whether it’s a webinar, staff training, conference, or keynote address, our experienced speakers provide the latest information on the prevention of Legionnaires’ disease and other infections caused by opportunistic waterborne pathogens. Request your own topic or choose from subjects like:

 

  • Legionella: Microbiology of the built environment
  • The latest in Legionnaires’ disease prevention
  • Outbreak response: Taking the right actions
  • ASHRAE 188, CMS, guidelines, and regulations
  • How to conduct an onsite risk assessment
  • Developing water safety and management plans
  • Controlling risk from waterborne pathogens
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Wednesday Webinars @ Noon EDT

OCTOBER 28
PUZZLED BY A PSEUDOMONAS OUTBREAK?

PUZZLED BY A PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA OUTBREAK?
A Pseudomonas aeruginosa outbreak occurred in a level III NICU 28 private single bed unit after moving into a newly constructed building. Get lessons learned on the importance of having a comprehensive water management plan and risk assessment, ensuring that temperature and water flow during construction is carefully managed, and why the Infection Control practitioner should be part of every stage of construction process.