Legionella awareness training bespoke to your business

9th August 2017

Guardian Water Treatment has launched a new bespoke Legionella Awareness course for cooling tower operators, ideal for building/facilities managers and maintenance staff. Delivered on-site at a client’s premises, training is tailored to the specific needs of a system, and takes place over a three week timeframe, allowing candidates to practically utilise their learning straight away. […]

Seven Facts You Should Know About Water Hygiene

10th July 2017

As the temperature rises so does the risk of Legionnaire’s disease. Employers, or those in charge of managing a building, or with health and safety responsibility, must know whether their water systems are safe. You Must Know the Dangers It’s a known fact that bacteria in water systems can be lethal. Perhaps the best-known hazard […]

Northern expansion for Guardian Water Treatment

14th March 2017

Guardian Water Treatment has opened a new office in Leeds.  Thanks to continuing nationwide growth, we’ve expanded from our Essex-base in order to better serve our northern operations. Employing the latest sustainable technologies, Guardian Water Treatment works with facilities managers and building services engineers in both domestic and commercial buildings to provide ‘whole life’ air and […]

Growing our own – introducing Guardian’s office-based apprentices

13th February 2017

Over the past year, Guardian has been searching for fresh and enthusiastic new talent to join our growing business and fulfil the increased demand for our services. As part of this expansion, we have welcomed three new office-based apprentices to the team: Justin Humphreys, Jamie Turner and Tom Holt all live within a couple of […]

Training needed to prevent Legionella

16th August 2016

Following a fatal outbreak of Legionnaire’s disease at St Christopher’s Hospice, which provides end-of-life care in South London, the Association of Plumbing and Heating Contractors (APHC) has emphasised the importance of proper controls in public buildings, with legionella training essential for responsible parties. The Hospice has been named as a source of Legionnaire’s disease following […]