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RCAP/AWWA Workshop: Small System Operator Training: Achieve and Maintain Compliance with SDWA

Small System Operator Training: Achieve and Maintain Compliance with SDWA

3/14/2016
When: Monday, March 14th
Registration begins at 8am. Class begins at 8:30am
Where: Gateway Area Development District
110 County Road 1429
Morehead, Kentucky  40351
United States
Contact: Sally Weist
1-800-665-0175


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8:00 –   8:30 a.m.    Registration, Welcome, and Overview

                         

 

8:30 – 10:00 a.m.  Best Practices to Maintain Drinking Water Quality

During this session, the attendees identify water system issues that may impact public health and identify Best Management Practices to maintaining water quality.

                              

10:00 – 11:30 a.m.  Revised Total Coliform RuleThis session will explain the Revised Total Coliform Rule objectives and requirements such as the differences between the Level 1 and Level 2 Assessments.  In addition, the attendees will be exposed to the Repeat Sampling Site Plans and standard operating procedures for site selection.

 

11:30 –   1:00 p.m.  Lunch         

 

1:00 –   2:30 p.m. Improving System Operation

During this training we will learn how water system assets and treatment processes communicate with our operators on a daily basis. We will look at how to collect this valuable information, the tools we can use to analyze this data, and the many improvements we can make by tracking the results. This will benefit operators by giving them the skills necessary to efficiently track daily operations and implement changes as the results suggest.

 

2:30 –   4:00 p.m.  Sample Collection and Closing Activities

This training will enhance the operator’s knowledge of proper sampling techniques to reduce the risk of sample contamination and to ensure that the sample collected is of sufficient quantity, quality, and a true representation of the source.