This locally-delivered workshop will introduce you to the challenges and responsibilities of your role, help you to assess potential risk areas within your system, and highlight additional tools and resources to help you identify and address these risks.
- To raise awareness, enhance your knowledge, foster supportive linkages (people & resources) and formulate initial “beginning step” improvement actions aimed at increasing technical, managerial and financial capacity of small water systems.
- To encourage “informed decision making” that advances financial sustainability, operational resilience and public safety.
- Network and connect with others facing similar challenges, benefit from their experiences, and share your expertise.
Date: Wednesday, January 10, 2018
Time: 9:00 am to 4:30pm Location: Garibaldi Room, Howe Sound Inn, 37801 Cleveland Avenue, BC
Details: No fee, morning coffee & lunch provided
EOCP Credit: Accepted as Core for WD – WT – SWS – For 0.60 CEUs https://crm.eocp.ca/Courses/CourseOffering/a71d851e-bba1-4d5c-9c9d-4976723adf5c
Water Treatment 101
Why it Matters – The Cost of Getting it Wrong Some
Key Factors Impacting Success
The Regulatory Landscape
The Role of Operators
Capacity Building Areas for Sustainable Systems
Self-Assessment of Water Utility Performance
Improve Outcomes Through Prioritization Resources and Additional Improvement Areas
Individual Action Plan