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    "If you've been injured through no fault of your own you could be entitled to compensation. If you're unsure if you could claim, I recommend you call Accident Advice Helpline."

    Esther Rantzen

    Sources of contaminated water: Whirlpool spas


    No-one would expect to contract potentially fatal diseases in the whirlpool spas of luxurious hotels, cruise ships, leisure centres, health & beauty spas and luxury holiday homes. Unless these hot tubs, as they are also often called (along with other names like whirlpools, spa pools and hot spas), are properly maintained, there may, however, be….

    Sources of contaminated water: Room-air humidifiers


    In developed countries such as those that make up the United Kingdom, illnesses at work or elsewhere are rarely thought to be caused by the water supply. However, it is easier than you might otherwise think for water to become contaminated which in turn can cause serious health problems. Can contaminated water cause accidents at….

    Sources of contaminated water: Windshield washers


    Last year, more than 27 million working days were lost as a result of work-related illnesses and injuries caused by accidents at work, according to the Health and Safety Executive. You have the right to work in a safe place and carry out your day to day duties without fear of injury; if you’ve been….

    Sources of contaminated water: Ice making machines


    When we think of contaminated water we imagine polluted lakes and rivers from oil and rubbish or water that has been left standing for a long time and has become stagnant. But there are other types of contaminated water which you would not expect which can cause health problems. One in particular is ice making….

    Sources of contaminated water: Large air conditioning systems


    Contaminated water is a major health and safety concern. The number of airborne bacteria and viruses that can arise as a result of contaminated water is alarming. In this article, Accident Advice Helpline takes a look at large air conditioning systems and whether or not they can be a source of contaminated water. What are….

    Sources of contaminated water: Cooling towers


    Accidents at work are often simplistic in nature: slips, trips and falls, for example are extremely common and generally straightforward to deal with. Unfortunately, this isn’t always the case. Work-related incidents can be complex and in some cases fatal, as can be the case with contaminated water in cooling towers. Accidents at work: contaminated water….

    Why does Legionnaires’ Disease affect men more than women?


    Legionnaires’ Disease is a lung infection that’s not dissimilar to pneumonia, caused by Legionella pneumophila bacteria. It’s said to affect men more than women, but the reasons for this are as yet unclear. If you have been diagnosed with Legionnaires’ Disease then you’ll need to ensure you get prompt medical treatment, and most people make….

    How did Legionnaires’ disease obtain its name?


    Legionnaires’ disease is a type of pneumonia that is developed by sufferers following inhalation of the responsible bacteria contained within water mist. This bacteria, commonly known as LDB (Legionnaires’ Disease Bacteria), was identified as the cause of an outbreak of pneumonia at a Philadelphia hotel in 1976. The origin of the name Legionnaires’ disease At….

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