Once More into the Bleach: Handling & Application of Sodium Hypochlorite (California) 040224-10
Event Date & Time4/2/2024 10:00 AM - 4/2/2024 12:00 PM
Times listed are Pacific Time
Once More into the Bleach: Handling & Application of Sodium Hypochlorite
2 California Drinking Water Contact Hours awarded
Contact Hours have been approved for the Registered Environmental Health Specialist Program.
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Date & Time:
The Once More into the Bleach: Handling & Application of Sodium Hypochlorite training will be held on the following date and time:
April 2 | 10:00AM-12:00PM
This training is being held in Pacific Time.
Chlorine is the most commonly used drinking water disinfectant in all regions of the world. Today, about 98 percent of U.S. water treatment systems use some type of chlorine disinfection process to help provide safe drinking water. By a huge margin, sodium hypochlorite is the disinfectant used by the vast majority of small (less than 10,000 population) water systems. Hypochlorite is also the most hazardous chemical used by most of these water systems. If improperly handled, sodium hypochlorite can create a hazardous and potentially fatal environment.
This learning event gives small water system operators the knowledge, skills and resources necessary to safely handle and reliably feed sodium hypochlorite.
Participants will learn:
· The physical and chemcial properties of sodium hypochlorite
· Safe handling of sodium hypochlorite
· Understanding hypochlorite decay and its effect on treatment
· How to read and use the sodium hypochlorite SDS
· 20 best practices for feeding hypochlorite
The recommended audience includes all water system operators that use hypochlorite.
This training will be hosted online on GoToTraining.
Scholarship & Fees:
Once More into the Bleach: Handling & Application of Sodium Hypochlorite is a free training to attend.
Funding for this project has been provided in full or in part under the Safe and Affordable Funding for Equity and Resiliency (SAFER) Drinking Water Program through an agreement with the State Water Resources Control Board. The contents of this document do not necessarily reflect the views and policies of the foregoing, nor does mention of trade names or commercial products constitute endorsement or recommendation for use.
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