‘Grady Hillhouse is a civil engineer in San Antonio, Texas. The goal for Practical Engineering is to increase exposure and interest in the field of engineering, highlight that connection between the world around us and the energy, passion, and thought that goes into making it a nicer place to live (Practical Engineering, 2021).’
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Flow in Pipes
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The Drinking Water Quality Management (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 ‘Making the Transition’.
The 2019 program is available for viewing below:
DWQMS Program Status facilitated by Christopher Manning.
Risk Assessment – Thinking Outside the Box facilitated by André Pepin.
Corrective and Preventative Actions facilitated by Janine DeBoer.
Preparing for and Conducting a Transition Audit facilitated by Brigitte Roth.
Best Management Practices facilitated by Christopher Manning.
Emergency Preparedness facilitated by Larry Moore.
Infrastructure Planning facilitated by Ted Joynt.
License Renewals and Leveraging the QMS facilitated by Christopher Manning.
Preparing for and Conducting a Transition Audit – Internal Audit Summary and Checklist
Preparing for and Conducting a Transition Audit – Ishikawa Exercise
Preparing for and Conducting a Transition Audit – DWQMS Element-Based Checklist
Preparing for and Conducting a Transition Audit – DWQMS Process Audit Checksheet