Rescheduled In Person

Spring 2022

Legionella Conference

Prevention of Disease and Injury From Waterborne Pathogens in Health Care


NSF and NEHA have made the decision to reschedule the annual Legionella Conference from the summer of 2021 to the spring of 2022. We look forward to connecting with you then.

This was a difficult decision, but we are excited to host you in person next spring and continue our collective work to prevent waterborne pathogens related to building water systems. The health and safety of our attendees, exhibitors, partners, vendors and staff is our highest priority. We will work to ensure our compliance with all federal, state and local guidelines and pandemic-related requirements. If you have questions, please contact us.

Conference Overview

NSF Health Sciences, an NSF International company, and the National Environmental Health Association will bring together professionals from a wide variety of industries, including health care, to discuss the growing concern of Legionella outbreaks at the third annual Legionella Conference.

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Special Session of Legionella Conference to Address Emergent Health Crisis

December 9, 2020

A virtual special session of the annual Legionella Conference co-hosted by NSF Health Sciences and the National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) will focus on disease prevention from waterborne pathogens during a public health crisis.

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Business Continuity During COVID-19 Requires Management of Building Water Systems Before Reopening

May 5, 2020

To avoid a dramatic increase in Legionnaires disease, there are several actions that building owners should take now and prior to returning buildings to full service to reduce hazardous conditions caused by the COVID-19 low building occupancy rates.

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Report Provides Road Map to Help Improve Response to Legionnaires’ Disease Outbreaks and Conserve Water

March 10, 2020

NSF Health Sciences and Urban Sustainability Directors Network report recommends electronic cooling tower registry to help public health investigators quickly pinpoint the source of outbreaks.

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