2019 Emergency Prearedness Workshop in Coupeville WA
Friday October 25th starting at 8:00 AM
at the Coupeville Recreation Hall, Coupeville WA
A one-day presentation that provides a basic understanding of emergency preparedness, and the response of water and wastewater utilities in the event of emergencies and disasters. Asessing risks, planning, and preparedness will lead to utilities that function better in emergencies and are better able to maintain service and water quality.
Water utility emergencies
Emergency case studies
Emergency Action Plans
Risk & resilience
Incident command system
Public outreach during emergencies
Business and operations continuity
Water/Wastewater Agency Response Networks (WARNs)
Tabletop & field exercises, other training
Instructors will be:
Allen Fitz – Engineer
Jeff Lundt P.E. – King County WTD
0.7 CEUs Basic Waterworks presentation
(Water & Wastewater CEUs APPROVED!)
Cost is $25 for WIWSA members, $80 for AWWA, WEF & PNCWA members and $105 for non-members. If you, or your utilityare WIWSA, AWWA, WEF or PNCWA members you qualify for the member rates. Lunch and refreshments are included. $20 surcharge for registering after Monday October 14th. Registration closes Friday October 18th.
Attend these 3.5 hour workshops for chlorine residual testing. Each class will provide drinking water operators with a better understanding of good lab skills and chlorine measurement techniques and why they matter.
It will provide operators with hands on skills to answer the questions:
How do I know my instrument is working?
How do I know that the residual that I measure is real?
Jeff Lundt Northwest Washington Subsection AWWA 2064775582 firstname.lastname@example.org
A one-day presentation of some of the basic elements, terminology, regulations and concepts involved in operating a water utility. This workshop is aimed at new frontline employees, office staff and others who would benefit from an understanding of the basic concepts and terminology used in the water supply industry. Topics include:
Cost is $25 for WIWSA members, $80 for AWWA, WEF & PNCWA members and $105 for non-members. If you, or your utility are WIWSA, AWWA, WEF or PNCWA members you qualify for the member rates. Lunch and refreshments are included. $20 surcharge for registering after Monday April 8th. Registration closes Friday April 12th.
Cancellation Policy – If a registrant is unable to attend the workshop and a substitute within the organization can attend, please contact Jeff Lundt at email@example.com to update the information. If unable to attend or send a substitute contact the above at least one week before the workshop for a refund (minus a $10 processing fee). Refunds after that time will not be given.
If the workshop is cancelled due to lack of registration or another reason, full refunds will be given.
Please note that the on-line registration system requires a unique email address for each registrant. If you do not have a work or home email call Jeff Lundt (206/477-5582) for a work-around.
For more information contact us at the email or phone shown on the left.
Thanks for your time and attention.
Other NWWA Training Events for 2019
Water Storage Basics Monday April 1st, Burlington Public Library
Emergency Preparedness Tuesday May 7th, Legion Hall Everett
Pump Station Operations & Maintenance Wednesday May 22nd Port Townsend
Western Washington Short School & Trade Show, Tuesday & Wednesday June 4th & 5th, 2019 – Lynnwood Convention Center, Lynnwood, WA.
See the subsection Webpage for updates on dates and other training
Water Quality Monitoring
June 12 2018 in Freeland
Monday, October 23, 2017
Event date: 6/12/2018 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Water Quality Sampling is a great class for veteran and beginning operators to review sampling regulations and practices. Sampling covered
Bacterial, Organics, Inorganics, Lead & Copper, TTHM & HAA5’s and radionuclides.
Taught by USA Bluebook
CEUs: 0.6 Water
Costs: $160 Members / $185 Non Members
Location: Whidbey Water Services
5585 Lotto Avenue
Freeland, WA (Whidbey Island)
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
*Locations are subject to change
WHERE: Greenbank area, details to be provided upon registration
Topic of Discussion: Infrastructure is expensive to replace, and most people don’t want to. or can’t afford to pay their share of the upgrade that may cost between $4,000K/home – $20,000K/home, or more.
Hear about two loan programs and what you need to do to become financially eligible and take on the loan/debt.
This is a collaboration with WA State Dept. of Health, Office of Drinking Water-NWRO and US-Rural Development, Mt. Vernon Office, and hosted by Honeymoon Lake CC Water System
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.
Are you interested in attending a no-cost webinar?
Always looking for additional resources? Short on time and travel budget? Need Infrastructure Funding Program updates? Then join us Thursday, September 29th at 10 a.m. Learn about a variety of state and federal resources available to you! Get the latest infrastructure funding information on: Economic Development, Water Quality, Complete Streets, Brownfields, and many more programs.
You will hear from program experts:
Janea Eddy with the Community Economic Revitalization Board
David Dunn with the Department of Ecology
Karen Klocke with the Department of Health
Phyllis Cole with Community Development Block Grant
Allen Johnson with the Bond Cap Allocation Program
Chuck Miller with the Rural Community Assistance Corporation
Isaac Huang with the Public Works Board
Having access to multiple funders will be well worth the time invested. This coordinated effort brings a variety of infrastructure programs to the table to share program overviews and updates. Local infrastructure investments are vital to our state’s economic development and prosperity.