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Legionella Management Post-QSO (CMS) 17-30: The Aftermath of the Water Management Program

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Join us and featured panelist The Joint Commission to learn about the critical elements of a Legionella water management program and what auditors look for in a plan. We’ll also address the common mistakes and pitfalls of implementation.

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Nearly three years have passed since the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) QSO 17-30 was introduced. Accreditation organizations such as The Joint Commission continue to audit with more scrutiny in this area due to the importance of managing Legionella risk.

Join us and featured panelist The Joint Commission to learn about the critical elements of a Legionella water management program and what auditors look for in a plan. We’ll also address the common mistakes and pitfalls of implementation.

Register today and submit your questions in advance for our panelists:

  • Eric Myers, Sr. Industry Technical Consultant, Nalco Water
  • Tim Markijohn, Field Director, The Joint Commission
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Water Safety

Water is not sterile. It can harbor bacteria such as Legionella, which can cause severe illness and even death. Recent outbreaks have taught us that Legionella is not specific to any geographic area and that no industry is immune from outbreaks.

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Managing Legionella Risk

Developing and implementing a Water Management Plan is an essential first step to reduce risk. Nalco Water will work with you to develop a complete plan that includes the elements described by ASHRAE Standard 188 and the CDC Toolkit.