Father-of-three left fighting for his life with Legionnaires' disease.
Father-of-three Colin Duggan was left fighting for his life with Legionnaires' disease after a luxury holiday with his family.
The 43-year-old suffered chest pains and struggled breathing when he returned to the UK following a ten-day break in the Greek island of Kos with his family.
Tests confirmed that he was suffering from Legionnaires' disease when he was taken to Aintree University Hospital near his home in Liverpool.
Focus On Testing carry out Legionnaires Risk Assessments throughout the UK and understand the need for regular testing and sampling to ensure business premises are kept safe from this potentially deadly bacteria.
Legionnaires disease although more comment in warming climates remains a risk within the UK, hence the legal requirement since 2012 for all UK businesses to have a Legionnaires risk assessment in place.