2/27/2019 - #758: Public Water Systems Operator's Tools & Techniques
Ford Cliff Volunteer Fire Hall
Operators have an extensive assortment of tools to help during operations and maintenance. However, we can have all the tools in the world, but if we don’t understand the value and know how to use them properly, they will do us little good. Adequate supplies of safe water is far from natural. The operators tool box that has been built over the last 1,000 years requires knowledge, skill, ability and desire. The most effective way to manage drinking water systems and reduce risks to public health is to implement a multi-barrier approach. Nature’s refreshment needs our help. Keep learning, building and working to provide the public with a safe, adequate supply of water. Find every tool, compartmentalize it appropriately, and use it effectively.
Supplies, materials and lunch is included with registration.