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What does a water system diagram help identify in the water management program?
If a shutdown to a portion of the building occurs for longer than 7 days, what should be done with the water systems in the surrounding areas?
Which type of equipment is not a common source of waterborne pathogens?
Why is clinical equipment that uses water at high risk for waterborne pathogens?
How often is testing for waterborne pathogens required by CMS and The Joint Commission?
What are piping sections that have been altered, decommissioned, or capped to shut off waterflow?
Legionella is most likely to grow in what range of water temperatures?
Why do eyewash stations have a reduced risk of someone contracting a waterborne pathogen even though they operate within the favorable growth temperatures?