Patient safety is of the highest priority for care homes, and the challenge is always how to best protect patients within budget and time constraints. One of the biggest threats to patient safety is the risk of disease – with Legionella control being a legal duty. By working with a water treatment provider to devise and implement a water safety plan that maintains water hygiene, you can achieve these essential goals and reduce the cost of doing so.
Water and energy efficiency is a key consideration in almost any industry – but it’s particularly relevant to the care sector, where energy and water are an essential resource that plays a key role when caring for the elderly or the vulnerable. Conservation of both are the key to reducing costs of operation and helping to meet all of our environmental targets.
WCS Group has become a member of the Commissioning Specialists Association (“Making Buildings Work”). The Association comprises recognised experts working in system commissioning, management and maintenance to ensure complex buildings run to a uniformly high standard.
The system provides valuable real-time data and analysis on closed system water condition and revolutionises water system management by continuously monitoring the conditions than can cause corrosion before any damage occurs.
Edge Hill College opened in Liverpool in 1885 as the first non-denominational teacher training college. From its origins, Edge Hill University now has a student population of over 23,000. It has awarded water treatment service support to WCS Group.
Edge Hill University recently awarded the water treatment service support to WCS Group. The University is campus based on an attractive, award-winning 160-acres, which has undergone significant development over recent years and now consists of 96 buildings including faculty, accommodation and support services.