Achieve & Maintain Compliance with SDWA (Oregon) Series 2 of 3 120821-9

Event Date & Time

12/8/2021 9:30 AM - 12/8/2021 12:00 PM

Location

ONLINE

Achieve & Maintain Compliance with SDWA 

 

Accreditation:

0.2 Oregon Drinking Water Continuing Education Units awarded per session

0.6 Oregon Drinking Water Continuing Education Units awarded for attend the complete series

These trainings will count towards Continuing Education Units (CEUs) that will be recognized by the State Water Resource Control Board.

Certificates will be available through your profile.

 

Date & Time:

The Achieve and Maintain Compliance with SDWA 3-part Series will be held on the following dates and times:

December 7 | 9:30AM-12:00PM | Part 1

Distribution System Infrastructure & Distribution System Water Quality | Click here to register

December 8 | 9:30AM-12:00PM | Part 2

Water Main Flushing & Main Breaks & Cross-Connections | Scroll down to register

December 9 | 9:30AM-12:00PM | Part 3

Coliform Sampling Collection & Disinfection Overview | Click here to register

The 3-Part Series is being held in Pacific Time.


Description:

This lesson will focus on the importance of flushing and maintaining water quality. A well planned and systematically executed flushing program can decrease water age in dead ends of a distribution system, can restore chlorine residuals, can remove sediments and other deposits, and result in overall improvement in water quality. Based on this premise of water quality, this lesson will also focus on main breaks and cross connections, describes how these events can compromise water quality in the distribution system and provides solutions to the most common challenges from the field.


Participants will learn:

·        To describe the importance of flushing

·        To prepare a simple checklist for flushing a hydrant

·        To identify the components in developing a flushing program

·        To preserve water quality when responding to a water main break

·        To describe the difference between proactive and reactive responses

·        To describe what a cross connection is and recognize a cross-connection

·        To describe the seriousness of cross-connections

·        To describe requirements for cross-connection control

·        To outline the emergency response in the event of a backflow


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Location: 

This training will be hosted online on GoToTraining.

 

Scholarship & Fees:

Achieve and Maintain Compliance with SDWA is a free training.

 

Registration:

Are you attending this training as a group and not watching from your own computer? If so, your group leader will need to inform RCAC (registration@rcac.org) about attendees who will view sessions as a group prior to session start. You do not need to participate from your own computer/device, but will need to complete an evaluation to receive credit and contact hours. Please note that sign-in sheets NO LONGER validate attendance at online workshops.

 

For event content questions, contact:

Ty Long

tlong@rcac.org

(720) 471-0363


For registration questions, contact:

RCAC Events

registration@rcac.org

(916) 447-9832 ext. 1429


Funded under a U.S. EPA grant to the Rural Community Assistance Partnership (RCAP) and its Partners.

Purpose: Provide background knowledge and skills to equip operators to achieve and maintain compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act.

 


 

On-Line Registration

Attendee
Fee End Date Fee Description Amount
12/7/2021 No charge Free Register