Expired “How to Prepare for a Sanitary Survey” IN-PERSON workshop, Kennewick, WA; DW CEU

  •  June 6, 2024
     8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
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Event Phone: 360-490-2426

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Extended Registration Deadline: 5pm June 5th, 2024

 

 

 

 

 

Group A Public Water Systems (PWS) are regulated by the federal. state, and local regulations. A Sanitary Survey evaluates a water system’s records, facilities, and processes to determine if conditions currently present a public health hazard or could potentially lead to future hazards. Standard sanitary surveys are typically performed on a 3 to 5 year schedule. With help of sanitary surveys public water systems can identify and address areas that currently or in the future may create a risk to public health protection.

 

In this 7 hour “How to Prepare for a Sanitary Survey” IN-PERSON workshop we will introduce & discuss the 8 components addressed during every routine Sanitary Survey:

  1. Planning & management documentation

  2. Operator certification status

  3. Source & sanitary control area

  4. Source pumps & pumping facilities

  5. Source treatment procedures & equipment

  6. Pressure tanks

  7. Finished water storage

  8. Distribution system and cross connection control program

In addition, we will explore how to prepare for a sanitary survey, respond to sanitary survey findings, report violations, and how to communicate with your regulator.

 

 

Date: 06/06/2024

Time: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm PT

Where: City of Kennewick – Police Department, 211 W 6th Ave, Kennewick, WA

Instructor: Bret Heath 

Fee: $275

Registration: online: www.pro-train.org; phone: (360) 490-2426; email: erika@pro-train.org

Contact: erika@pro-train.org or (360) 490-2426

 

Meets professional growth criteria for water & wastewater (0.7 CEUs or 7.0 Training Credits).

Professional Training Association is actively seeking approval from other states. This  class meets professional growth criteria and continuing education requirements for water & wastewater. For those classes that are currently undergoing review by the individual states and have not received official approval yet, please contact us for more information.

 

Approved for Water CEUs and/or Training credits in the following states:

Approved for water & wastewater CEUs in Idaho.      

 

For more information on training approval in your state please call: (360)490-2426

 

 

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Venue:  

Venue Phone: 360-490-2426

Address:
211 W 6th Ave, Kennewick, Washington, 99336, United States