Drinking Water Quality Management Standard
CEU Value 0.7
This is a live virtual training session in the morning on both days with interaction between trainer and participants and a class max of 12. Participants will require access to a computer with internet, a camera, microphone and access to Zoom, YouTube and Surveyplanet (links will be sent by chat during Zoom session). A link will be sent by email to join the live session approximately one week prior to the delivery
This course will provide an overview of the legislative and regulatory origins of the DWQMS and discuss the relationship of the DWQMS to other parts of the Municipal Drinking Water Licensing Program. Quality management benefits and challenges are reviewed, and the four steps of the DWQMS (Plan, Do, Check and Improve) are explained.
Each of the 21 elements within the DWQMS will be discussed and how they relate to the preparation of the Operational Plan. Examples and instruction will be provided so that participants are able to document each element of the DWQMS in their operational plans as required by the Safe Drinking Water Act.
This course is for directors, managers and/or engineers of municipal drinking water systems, senior operators, project managers responsible for the implementation of DWQMS within drinking water systems and compliance officers within an operating authority.
Delivery Methods Possible
Classroom, On Site