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06/26/2019 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Cross Connection Controls Online

ONLINE ONLINE

2 DW (Drinking Water) Contact hours awarded.
Certificates for Contact hours are available through your profile. Times listed are Pacific Time.
Limited to 70 attendees. Priority attendance will be given to those from smaller water systems.
For questions on registration contact registration@rcac.org or Training Dept. at 916-447-9832 x 1429.
Contact hours have been approved for the registered environmental health specialist program

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