This post provides information on climate change and its potential effects to drinking water systems. Information is provided to aid with contingency planning for possible future situations.
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Video and Audio
The Drinking Water Quality Management Standard (DWQMS) Provincial Workshop is a WCWC course held annually to provide DWQMS representatives with an opportunity to share and discuss their experiences. This forum allows them to share best practices and solutions for challenges encountered during implementation or continued maintenance of a quality management system. The program consists of different facilitators leading sessions on a variety of topics tying into a common theme. The theme for this year’s workshop was ‘Managing Change’.
The 2018 program is available for viewing below:
DWQMS Program Status facilitated by Christopher Manning and Amanda Boyden.
Standards and Regulatory Change facilitated by Satish Deshpande.
Continual Improvement Case Study facilitated by Christopher Manning and Amanda Boyden.
Effective Steps in Implementing Change facilitated by Brigitte Roth.
Implementing Corrosion Control – Get the Lead Out facilitated by Tony Santos and Brian Jobb.
Preparing for Climate Change facilitated by Ted Joynt.
Preparing for your DWQMS Audit facilitated by Anastasia Hryciw de Reijke and Marco Brunato.
Preparing for Climate Change – Extreme Cold & Winter Storms Checklist
Preparing for Climate Change – Extreme Heat Checklist
Preparing for Climate Change – Tornado Checklist
Preparing for Climate Change – Wildfire Checklist
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