Free webinar on board ethics

RCAC Ethics Training for Board Members (AB1234)
           
  Start Date: 2/23/2017 End Date: One Day Event
  City: Online State: Webinar
  Location: Pacific Time Start Time: 6:00 PM
           
  Event Info: https://www.events.rcac.org/assnfe/CourseView.asp?MODE=VIEW&clCourseID=164&csCategory=&csFrom=&csTo=&csKeyWord=&csSortBy=1&clPageNumber=1&clParentCategory=0
  For More Info: https://www.events.rcac.org/images/rcac/pdfs/CA-DW_Jan-June2017-web.pdf
           
  Details: Small water systems throughout the country have volunteer board members governing their public water system. According to the Fair Political Practices Board and the State Attorney General, in California all new and existing board members are required to attend two hours of an ethics training once every two years. This workshop meets the legal requirements for board members’ ethics training under AB1234. Cost: Free, with priority given to smaller water systems. Qualifies for two contact hours. In order to receive contact hours for online workshops, each person must be registered and complete an online survey at the end of the training. IMPORTANT: Failure to attend three online workshops for which you reserved a seat (and did not cancel) in any six-month period will disqualify you from attending online workshops in the following six-month period. PLEASE CANCEL A MINIMUM OF 24 HOURS IN ADVANCE TO ALLOW OTHERS TO ATTEND THE TRAINING.
     
  Contact Information
    Name: RCAC Office
    Phone: (916) 447-9832 ext. 1429
    Email: registration@rcac.org
     
 

Sponsor(s): Rural Community Assistance Corporation

  Fee: $0.00    
           
  Continuing Education      
    Event Credit: Two (2) contact hours
    Accepted in: California
         

Free webinars on well operation

More FREE webinars from RCAC this week! Check them out tomorrow at 10 am and 2 pm Pacific Time. 

http://ow.ly/dF1w3094RfH and http://ow.ly/64S33094RhM.

RCAC Well Operation & Maintenance
           
  Start Date: 2/22/2017 End Date: One Day Event
  City: Online State: Webinar
  Location: Pacific Time Start Time: 10:00 AM
           
  Event Info: http://www.events.rcac.org/assnfe/ev.asp?ID=949
  For More Info: http://www.rcac.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/CA-DW_Jan-June2017-web.pdf
           
  Details: As demand for fresh water continues to increase, so too does the demand for reliable groundwater. The ability to optimally use groundwater is affected by many factors including water quality, overdraft, and operations. This workshop is designed to provide operators and managers of small systems a primer on groundwater operations and maintenance principles and practices including: • Aquifer types • Well parts description and purpose • Understanding a well driller’s log • Basic operations and maintenance • Steps that can be taken to avoid well failure Cost: Free, w/ priority given to smaller water systems. Qualifies for two contact hours. In order to receive contact hours for online workshops, each person must be registered and complete an online survey at the end of the training. IMPORTANT: Failure to attend three online workshops for which you reserved a seat (and did not cancel) in any six-month period will disqualify you from attending online workshops in the following six-month period. PLEASE CANCEL A MINIMUM OF 24 HOURS IN ADVANCE TO ALLOW OTHERS TO ATTEND THE TRAINING.
     
  Contact Information
    Name: RCAC Office
    Phone: (916) 447-9832 ext. 1429
    Email: registration@rcac.org
     
 

Sponsor(s): Rural Community Assistance Corporation

  Fee: $0.00    
           
  Continuing Education      
    Event Credit: Two (2) contact hours
    Accepted in: California
RCAC Well Operation & Maintenance
           
  Start Date: 2/22/2017 End Date: One Day Event
  City: Online State: Webinar
  Location: Pacific Time Start Time: 2:00 PM
           
  Event Info: http://www.events.rcac.org/assnfe/ev.asp?ID=950
  For More Info: http://www.rcac.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/CA-DW_Jan-June2017-web.pdf
           
  Details: As demand for fresh water continues to increase, so too does the demand for reliable groundwater. The ability to optimally use groundwater is affected by many factors including water quality, overdraft, and operations. This workshop is designed to provide operators and managers of small systems a primer on groundwater operations and maintenance principles and practices including: • Aquifer types • Well parts description and purpose • Understanding a well driller’s log • Basic operations and maintenance • Steps that can be taken to avoid well failure Cost: Free, w/ priority given to smaller water systems. Qualifies for two contact hours. In order to receive contact hours for online workshops, each person must be registered and complete an online survey at the end of the training. IMPORTANT: Failure to attend three online workshops for which you reserved a seat (and did not cancel) in any six-month period will disqualify you from attending online workshops in the following six-month period. PLEASE CANCEL A MINIMUM OF 24 HOURS IN ADVANCE TO ALLOW OTHERS TO ATTEND THE TRAINING.
     
  Contact Information
    Name: RCAC Office
    Phone: (916) 447-9832 ext. 1429
    Email: registration@rcac.org
     
 

Sponsor(s): Rural Community Assistance Corporation

  Fee: $0.00    
           
  Continuing Education      
    Event Credit: Two (2) contact hours
    Accepted in: California

Webinar: RCAC Board Basics – Safe Drinking Water Act

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  RCAC Board Basics – Safe Drinking Water Act
           
  Start Date: 2/21/2017 End Date: One Day Event
  City: Online State: Webinar
  Location: Pacific Time Start Time: 10:00 AM
           
  Event Info: http://www.events.rcac.org/assnfe/ev.asp?ID=948
  For More Info: http://www.rcac.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/CA-DW_Jan-June2017-web.pdf
           
  Details: Throughout the country, small water system staff adhere to regulations to provide safe drinking water for their customers. The drinking water system staff follows direction from the state or county health department, but may not realize that these regulations began at a federal level. This workshop will teach operators, managers and board members how and why these regulations exist. Participants will learn and understand: • What the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) is • How the SDWA was developed • How the SDWA is updated • How to adhere to the SDWA • Why state and county health departments enforce these regulations Cost: Free, w/ priority given to smaller water systems. Qualifies for two contact hours. In order to receive contact hours for online workshops, each person must be registered and complete an online survey at the end of the training. IMPORTANT: Failure to attend three online workshops for which you reserved a seat (and did not cancel) in any six-month period will disqualify you from attending online workshops in the following six-month period. PLEASE CANCEL A MINIMUM OF 24 HOURS IN ADVANCE TO ALLOW OTHERS TO ATTEND THE TRAINING.
     
  Contact Information
    Name: RCAC Office
    Phone: (916) 447-9832 ext. 1429
    Email: registration@rcac.org
     
 

Sponsor(s): Rural Community Assistance Corporation

  Fee: $0.00    
           
  Continuing Education      
    Event Credit: Two (2) contact hours
    Accepted in: California
           
 

UPDATE: Open House Public Meetings for the Navy’s Drinking Water Sampling Results near NAS Whidbey Island

As a reminder, the Navy will hold its next two open house public meetings on the results and future plans for its ongoing community drinking water sampling for PFOS and PFOA around NAS Whidbey Island facilities on Feb. 15 and 16, 2017.

The meeting on February 15 will be held in the Coupeville High School “commons” from 4–7 p.m. and in the Oak Harbor High School gym on February 16 from 5-8 p.m.

For more details, please follow the link below.

https://www.cnic.navy.mil/content/cnic/cnic_hq/regions/cnrnw/installations/nas_whidbey_island/news/news_releases/update–open-house-public-meetings-for-the-navys-drinking-water-.html

 

 

NWQMC Public Health Impacts of Nitrate and other Drinking Water Contaminants: Implications for Source Water Protection

http://wateroperator.org/calendar_details/ID/104990

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  NWQMC Public Health Impacts of Nitrate and other Drinking Water Contaminants: Implications for Source Water Protection
           
  Start Date: 2/8/2017 End Date: One Day Event
  City: Webinar State: Online
  Location: Eastern Time Zone Start Time: 1:00 PM
           
  Event Info: https://acwi.gov/monitoring/webinars/nitrate-public-health_webinar_announcement_8feb17.pdf
  For More Info: https://acwi.gov/monitoring/webinars/index.html
           
  Details: This webinar will present results of almost 15 years of Iowa-based research on drinking water nitrate and risk for cancer and birth defects. Other emerging drinking water contaminants that will be touched on include pesticides, arsenic, pharmaceutical compounds, as well as recreational water exposures to microcystin from toxic algal blooms.
     
  Contact Information
    Name: Candice Hopkins
    Phone: Not Specified
    Email: chopkins@usgs.gov
     
 

Sponsor(s): National Water Quality Monitoring Council

  Fee: $0.00    
           
  Continuing Education      
    Event Credit: Not Specified 
    Accepted in: Not Specified