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FTS Safety Solutions Jul 14
Legionella Risk Assessments now available.
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Phillip Clarke Apr 25
There was a great webinar last week from on this very issue of during the lockdown.
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TheCIPHE Jul 1
Opening your business premises on 4 July? Make sure your hot and cold water systems are safe. The CIPHE has produced guidance on mitigating the risk of building water systems post Covid-19:
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Ashvi Desai Jul 23
🥺 Two ACMs to deal with... 1️⃣ Aluminium Composite Material (ACM) 2️⃣ Asbestos Containing Materials
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Natalie Exum Aug 9
Every parent sending their kid back to college should be asking if dormitories have been tested for . Exposure via hot water in showers will be likely route of transmission.
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Andrew Whelton 🔥💧❄️🌪 Aug 14
Good morning. It begins! Enroute from Indiana to Ohio. We’re all physically distanced (separated by individual cars). Destination: Elementary, Middle, and High Schools in need. Objective: safety investigation. RAPID
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Gunnar Schroeder Jan 14
Only a few days left to apply for our in cellullar , bacterial , , - check it out:
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Andrew Whelton 🔥💧❄️🌪 Aug 1
NEW STUDY by others: pneumonia: increased risk after COVID-19 lockdown? Italy, May to June 2020.
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Gunnar Schroeder Jan 14
Happy that our work revealing effector LtpM as new glucosyltransferase was selected as the representative ‘’ article for the retrospective “The year in JBC: 2019" Nice encouragement for the future!
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Jatinder Paul Jun 15
As businesses begin to reopen after lockdown, we have written here about the hidden dangers of Legionella and the steps which should be considered in risk assessments
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Julia Noack May 20
Happy to share our new preprint! To get a better idea of how rewires the host cell, we did dynamic profiling and found that it modulates the response. We also found a really cool effector🦠:
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Andrew Whelton 🔥💧❄️🌪 Aug 5
A government official told me a building owner recently told them pipe doesn’t grow so they shouldn’t test for it in a building water system. This is literally the state of knowledge today as buildings move to reopen. ... And we have this
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Microbes&Infection Jun 28
Intracellular parasitism: The driving force of of pneumophila and the genus Legionella
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ADM Jun 1
Businesses returning to work have a responsibility to ensure work places are safe. This includes checking for Legionella, Automate your monitoring to ensure your staff & customers are protected 24/7. visit
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SAS Water Ltd Jul 29
Are you aware of the risk caused by spas and hot tubs? We are Staffordshire-based experts, see our blog here
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Joseph Allen Apr 28
As you make your 'return to buildings' plan, make sure it addresses non things, like all of that water that's been sitting stagnant. and other bacteria thrive in those conditions.
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Eva Frickel Jun 23
I must have been psychic, more GBP fun! Look - GBP1 attacks and opens the vacuole for enhanced pyroptosis! Now we know GBP1 opens and vacuoles, but not inclusions in human macrophages. Super nice primary cell work, too.
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Multipipe Ltd Apr 17
While rare to contract in residential settings, stagnant water in a system can lead to a build-up of bacteria which can cause potentially fatal disease. Multipipe offer a range of solutions to keep your projects flowing.
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Natalie Exum Jul 11
Replying to @nataliexdean
Yes, right after we flush out the biofilms harboring that have formed over these months of stagnation.
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Carl Yeomanson Jun 22
There’s never been a more important time to get your plumbing system in order! With so many buildings left unused the stagnation is horrifying!
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