Webinar | Operations Plans
March 16 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pmFree
This course Operations Plan is offered two times on the same day, attendees ONLY need to register once to take this course.
Your only licensed operator has just left town due to a family emergency and handed you the phone number of a certified operator in the next town. Will the substitute operator know how your system works and what needs to be done daily to keep it safe and in compliance? A properly prepared Operations and Maintenance (O&M) Plan is one of a water purveyor’s most important documents. The O&M Plan is a “living” document that explains how a public water system is to be operated and maintained on a day-to-day basis to ensure public health, safety and compliance with applicable regulations. In addition to being an important training tool for new staff, the O&M manual serves as a practical handbook by which a qualified substitute operator can operate and maintain the system in a safe and reliable manner in absence of the system’s primary operator.
Participants will learn:
- Vital elements that comprise an O&M Plan
- The two most important tools needed for developing an O&M Plan
- Policies and procedures for keeping your O&M Plan updated
- About free resources and templates for developing O&M Plans