Emergency & Disaster Response Planning Online

California has often been called a natural disaster theme park: fires, floods, earthquakes, tsunamis and droughts. You name it, we have it. And yes, it can happen to 
your water system. 
A water system emergency is any situations that causes customers to be without 
water, or the water is unsafe to drink. What will you do when an emergency or 
disaster strikes? Do you have a written response plan? Do you have a drought 
contingency plan? Do you have mutual aid agreements in place? How will you 
protect the health of your customers? 
Participants in this workshop will learn:
The wide variety of emergency situations to which California’s water systems 
are exposed
Lessons from emergencies experienced by the trainers 
How to establish effective mutual aid agreements
How to create an emergency and disaster response plan using the Water 
Board-approved template
This workshop will provide water system personnel with the information and 
resources to respond preemptively and proactively to most emergency situations

Credit Hours

Road Scholar Credits

Continuing Education Credits (CEUs)

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