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  • RCAC Revised Total Coliform Rule & Level 1 Assessment Part 1 of 2 051321-10
    10:00 AM-12:00 PM
    05/13/2021

    2 CA Drinking Water Contact Hours awarded.

    This course is now offered as an online training. It is recommended to take both parts on the same day.  Part 1 will take place from 10:00am to 12:00pm and Part 2 will take place from 2:00pm to 4:00pm. Please follow the links below to register for each part separately.

    Drinking water is one of the oldest known public health concerns. Preventing waterborne disease is one of the primary objectives of any drinking water system. Although waterborne disease outbreaks are relatively uncommon in the United States, they do occur. The importance of regular microbial monitoring cannot be over-emphasized. So much of your water system is underground and hidden from view; the only way to be sure you are effectively protecting public health is to monitor the quality of water delivered to customer taps. The primary tool for this is coliform monitoring. This regulation is in the process of revision. We will have the latest proposed language and key steps to remain in compliance during the interim period.

    Participants will learn:

    • Importance of maintaining microbial safe water
    • Actions necessary for the compliance with the RTCR
    • Public Notification under the RTCR
    • But wait, there’s more!!! Reviewing and understanding the triggers for Level 1 and Level 2 assessments

    The recommended audience includes managers and operators.

    Certificates for contact hours are available through your profile.

    Contact Hours have been approved for the Registered Environmental Health Specialist program.

    Click here for Part 2 registration.

    Click here for January – June 2021 brochure.

    For questions on registration contact registration@rcac.org or Training Dept. at 916-447-9832 x 1429.

    ©2021. This document was prepared using funds under Agreement 18-019-550 with the California State Water Resources Control Board; the total Agreement is for $3,971,380 and will produce multiple documents and training events over the span of the multi-year contract.

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  • Virtual CalTAP Fair Part 1 of 2: Building Resilience in a New Environment: Regulations Update 052021-8
    8:30 AM-11:30 AM
    05/20/2021

    Accreditation:

    3 California Drinking Water Contact Hours awarded per part

    6 California Drinking Water Contact Hours awarded total

    Certificates will be available through your profile

     

    Date & Time:

    The Virtual CalTAP Fair webinars will be held on the same day at different times:

    May 20 | 8:30AM-11:30AM | Part 1 – Regulations Update | Register below

    May 20 | 1:00PM-4:00PM | Part 2 – Financial Track | Register here

    May 20 | 1:00PM-4:00PM | Part 2 – Managerial Track | Register here

    May 20 | 1:00PM-4:00PM | Part 2 – Technical Track | Register here

     

    Note: The May Virtual CalTap Fair is broken out into 2 parts. You may register for either part or both parts.

    Part 2 is broken out into 3 tracks: Financial, Managerial and Technical. You may only register for one track.

     

    Description:

    In response to COVID-19 RCAC and the CalTAP Providers invite you to join us online and learn about the California Technical Assistance Providers (CalTap) program, funded by the California State Water Resources Control Board. These programs provide onsite technical assistance and free workshops, as well as many other resources, for water professionals throughout California

     

    Agenda:

    Agenda coming soon!

    Flyer coming soon!

    This training will be hosted on GoToTraining.

     

    Scholarship & Fees:

    The CFCC Funding Fair is a free event.

     

     

    For registration questions, contact:

    RCAC Events
    registration@rcac.org
    (916) 447-9832 ext. 1429

  • Virtual CalTAP Fair Part 2 of 2: Building Resilience in a New Environment: Technical Track 052021-1
    1:00 PM-2:30 PM
    05/20/2021

    Accreditation:

    3 California Drinking Water Contact Hours awarded per part

    6 California Drinking Water Contact Hours awarded total

    Certificates will be available through your profile

     

    Date & Time:

    The Virtual CalTAP Fair webinar will be held on the following times:

    May 20 | 1:00PM-4:00PM | Technical Track

    Building Resiliency Through Energy Efficiency and Increasing Power Grid Independence

    Register below

    May 20 | 1:00PM-4:00PM | Managerial Track

    Rural Water System Recovery After Wildfire and Emergency Response Planning

    Register here

    May 20 | 1:00PM-4:00PM | Financial Track

    Case Studies on Rural Water System Financial Impacts for COVID and Funding Your Next Emergency

    Register here

     

    Note: The May Virtual CalTap Fair is broken out into 2 parts. You may register for either part or both parts.

    Part 2 is broken out into 3 tracks: Financial, Managerial and Technical. You may only register for one track.

     

    Description:

    In response to COVID-19 RCAC and the CalTAP Providers invite you to join us online and learn about the California Technical Assistance Providers (CalTap) program, funded by the California State Water Resources Control Board. These programs provide onsite technical assistance and free workshops, as well as many other resources, for water professionals throughout California

     

    Agenda:

    Agenda coming soon!

     

    Flyer coming soon!

     

    This training will be hosted on GoToTraining.

     

    Scholarship & Fees:

    The CFCC Funding Fair is a free event.

     

    For registration questions, contact:

    RCAC Events
    registration@rcac.org
    (916) 447-9832 ext. 1429

  • Virtual CalTAP Fair Part 2 of 2: Building Resilience in a New Environment: Managerial Track 052021-1
    1:00 PM-4:00 PM
    05/20/2021

    Accreditation:

    3 California Drinking Water Contact Hours awarded per part

    6 California Drinking Water Contact Hours awarded total

    Certificates will be available through your profile

     

    Date & Time:

    The Virtual CalTAP Fair webinar will be held on the following times:

    May 20 | 1:00PM-4:00PM | Managerial Track

    Rural Water System Recovery After Wildfire and Emergency Response Planning

    Register below

    May 20 | 1:00PM-4:00PM | Technical Track

    Building Resiliency Through Energy Efficiency and Increasing Power Grid Independence

    Register here

    May 20 | 1:00PM-4:00PM | Financial Track

    Case Studies on Rural Water System Financial Impacts for COVID and Funding Your Next Emergency

    Register here

     

    Note: The May Virtual CalTap Fair is broken out into 2 parts. You may register for either part or both parts.

    Part 2 is broken out into 3 tracks: Financial, Managerial and Technical. You may only register for one track.

     

    Description:

    In response to COVID-19 RCAC and the CalTAP Providers invite you to join us online and learn about the California Technical Assistance Providers (CalTap) program, funded by the California State Water Resources Control Board. These programs provide onsite technical assistance and free workshops, as well as many other resources, for water professionals throughout California

     

     

    Agenda:

    Agenda coming soon!

     

    Flyer coming soon!

     

    This training will be hosted on GoToTraining.

     

    Scholarship & Fees:

    The CFCC Funding Fair is a free event.

     

    For registration questions, contact:

    RCAC Events
    registration@rcac.org
    (916) 447-9832 ext. 1429

  • Virtual CalTAP Fair Part 2 of 2: Building Resilience in a New Environment: Financial Track 052021-1
    1:00 PM-4:00 PM
    05/20/2021

    Accreditation:

    3 California Drinking Water Contact Hours awarded per part

    6 California Drinking Water Contact Hours awarded total

    Certificates will be available through your profile

     

     

    Date & Time:

    The Virtual CalTAP Fair webinar will be held on the following times:

    May 20 | 1:00PM-4:00PM | Financial Track

    Case Studies on Rural Water System Financial Impacts for COVID and Funding Your Next Emergency

    Register below

    May 20 | 1:00PM-4:00PM | Managerial Track

    Rural Water System Recovery After Wildfire and Emergency Response Planning

    Register here

    May 20 | 1:00PM-4:00PM | Technical Track

    Building Resiliency Through Energy Efficiency and Increasing Power Grid Independence

    Register here

     

    Note: The May Virtual CalTap Fair is broken out into 2 parts. You may register for either part or both parts.

    Part 2 is broken out into 3 tracks: Financial, Managerial and Technical. You may only register for one track.

     

    Description:

    In response to COVID-19 RCAC and the CalTAP Providers invite you to join us online and learn about the California Technical Assistance Providers (CalTap) program, funded by the California State Water Resources Control Board. These programs provide onsite technical assistance and free workshops, as well as many other resources, for water professionals throughout California

     

     

    Agenda:

    Agenda coming soon!

     

    Flyer coming soon!

     

    This training will be hosted on GoToTraining.

     

     

    Scholarship & Fees:

    The CFCC Funding Fair is a free event.

     

    For registration questions, contact:

    RCAC Events

    registration@rcac.org

    (916) 447-9832 ext. 1429

  • Get Field Ready with ArcGIS Field Maps and Field Data Collection Workflows
    1:00 PM-2:30 PM
    05/20/2021

    ArcGIS is at the core of a smarter way to perform fieldwork. Byleveraging location, users can perform their common tasks in asmarter way. ArcGIS Field Maps provides a complete solution foryour mobile GIS workflows. It streamlines the configuration of mapsfor data collection, exploration and tracking. Migrating to Field Mapsis a straightforward process and this webinar will assist you in gettingready for the field.

    * Intermediary Level – Understanding of the ArcGIS applicationreferenced in workshop

    Esri Presenter: Lain Graham
    Tribal Insight Presentation/talk: Byron Bluehorse, University ofAlaska Fairbanks – Tribal Governance Program

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    • Virtual CalTAP Fair Part 1 of 2: Building Resilience in a New Environment: Regulations Update 052021-8
      8:30 AM-11:30 AM
      05/20/2021

      Accreditation:

      3 California Drinking Water Contact Hours awarded per part

      6 California Drinking Water Contact Hours awarded total

      Certificates will be available through your profile

       

      Date & Time:

      The Virtual CalTAP Fair webinars will be held on the same day at different times:

      May 20 | 8:30AM-11:30AM | Part 1 – Regulations Update | Register below

      May 20 | 1:00PM-4:00PM | Part 2 – Financial Track | Register here

      May 20 | 1:00PM-4:00PM | Part 2 – Managerial Track | Register here

      May 20 | 1:00PM-4:00PM | Part 2 – Technical Track | Register here

       

      Note: The May Virtual CalTap Fair is broken out into 2 parts. You may register for either part or both parts.

      Part 2 is broken out into 3 tracks: Financial, Managerial and Technical. You may only register for one track.

       

      Description:

      In response to COVID-19 RCAC and the CalTAP Providers invite you to join us online and learn about the California Technical Assistance Providers (CalTap) program, funded by the California State Water Resources Control Board. These programs provide onsite technical assistance and free workshops, as well as many other resources, for water professionals throughout California

       

      Agenda:

      Agenda coming soon!

      Flyer coming soon!

      This training will be hosted on GoToTraining.

       

      Scholarship & Fees:

      The CFCC Funding Fair is a free event.

       

       

      For registration questions, contact:

      RCAC Events
      registration@rcac.org
      (916) 447-9832 ext. 1429

    • Virtual CalTAP Fair Part 2 of 2: Building Resilience in a New Environment: Technical Track 052021-1
      1:00 PM-2:30 PM
      05/20/2021

      Accreditation:

      3 California Drinking Water Contact Hours awarded per part

      6 California Drinking Water Contact Hours awarded total

      Certificates will be available through your profile

       

      Date & Time:

      The Virtual CalTAP Fair webinar will be held on the following times:

      May 20 | 1:00PM-4:00PM | Technical Track

      Building Resiliency Through Energy Efficiency and Increasing Power Grid Independence

      Register below

      May 20 | 1:00PM-4:00PM | Managerial Track

      Rural Water System Recovery After Wildfire and Emergency Response Planning

      Register here

      May 20 | 1:00PM-4:00PM | Financial Track

      Case Studies on Rural Water System Financial Impacts for COVID and Funding Your Next Emergency

      Register here

       

      Note: The May Virtual CalTap Fair is broken out into 2 parts. You may register for either part or both parts.

      Part 2 is broken out into 3 tracks: Financial, Managerial and Technical. You may only register for one track.

       

      Description:

      In response to COVID-19 RCAC and the CalTAP Providers invite you to join us online and learn about the California Technical Assistance Providers (CalTap) program, funded by the California State Water Resources Control Board. These programs provide onsite technical assistance and free workshops, as well as many other resources, for water professionals throughout California

       

      Agenda:

      Agenda coming soon!

       

      Flyer coming soon!

       

      This training will be hosted on GoToTraining.

       

      Scholarship & Fees:

      The CFCC Funding Fair is a free event.

       

      For registration questions, contact:

      RCAC Events
      registration@rcac.org
      (916) 447-9832 ext. 1429

    • Virtual CalTAP Fair Part 2 of 2: Building Resilience in a New Environment: Managerial Track 052021-1
      1:00 PM-4:00 PM
      05/20/2021

      Accreditation:

      3 California Drinking Water Contact Hours awarded per part

      6 California Drinking Water Contact Hours awarded total

      Certificates will be available through your profile

       

      Date & Time:

      The Virtual CalTAP Fair webinar will be held on the following times:

      May 20 | 1:00PM-4:00PM | Managerial Track

      Rural Water System Recovery After Wildfire and Emergency Response Planning

      Register below

      May 20 | 1:00PM-4:00PM | Technical Track

      Building Resiliency Through Energy Efficiency and Increasing Power Grid Independence

      Register here

      May 20 | 1:00PM-4:00PM | Financial Track

      Case Studies on Rural Water System Financial Impacts for COVID and Funding Your Next Emergency

      Register here

       

      Note: The May Virtual CalTap Fair is broken out into 2 parts. You may register for either part or both parts.

      Part 2 is broken out into 3 tracks: Financial, Managerial and Technical. You may only register for one track.

       

      Description:

      In response to COVID-19 RCAC and the CalTAP Providers invite you to join us online and learn about the California Technical Assistance Providers (CalTap) program, funded by the California State Water Resources Control Board. These programs provide onsite technical assistance and free workshops, as well as many other resources, for water professionals throughout California

       

       

      Agenda:

      Agenda coming soon!

       

      Flyer coming soon!

       

      This training will be hosted on GoToTraining.

       

      Scholarship & Fees:

      The CFCC Funding Fair is a free event.

       

      For registration questions, contact:

      RCAC Events
      registration@rcac.org
      (916) 447-9832 ext. 1429

    • Virtual CalTAP Fair Part 2 of 2: Building Resilience in a New Environment: Financial Track 052021-1
      1:00 PM-4:00 PM
      05/20/2021

      Accreditation:

      3 California Drinking Water Contact Hours awarded per part

      6 California Drinking Water Contact Hours awarded total

      Certificates will be available through your profile

       

       

      Date & Time:

      The Virtual CalTAP Fair webinar will be held on the following times:

      May 20 | 1:00PM-4:00PM | Financial Track

      Case Studies on Rural Water System Financial Impacts for COVID and Funding Your Next Emergency

      Register below

      May 20 | 1:00PM-4:00PM | Managerial Track

      Rural Water System Recovery After Wildfire and Emergency Response Planning

      Register here

      May 20 | 1:00PM-4:00PM | Technical Track

      Building Resiliency Through Energy Efficiency and Increasing Power Grid Independence

      Register here

       

      Note: The May Virtual CalTap Fair is broken out into 2 parts. You may register for either part or both parts.

      Part 2 is broken out into 3 tracks: Financial, Managerial and Technical. You may only register for one track.

       

      Description:

      In response to COVID-19 RCAC and the CalTAP Providers invite you to join us online and learn about the California Technical Assistance Providers (CalTap) program, funded by the California State Water Resources Control Board. These programs provide onsite technical assistance and free workshops, as well as many other resources, for water professionals throughout California

       

       

      Agenda:

      Agenda coming soon!

       

      Flyer coming soon!

       

      This training will be hosted on GoToTraining.

       

       

      Scholarship & Fees:

      The CFCC Funding Fair is a free event.

       

      For registration questions, contact:

      RCAC Events

      registration@rcac.org

      (916) 447-9832 ext. 1429

    • Get Field Ready with ArcGIS Field Maps and Field Data Collection Workflows
      1:00 PM-2:30 PM
      05/20/2021

      ArcGIS is at the core of a smarter way to perform fieldwork. Byleveraging location, users can perform their common tasks in asmarter way. ArcGIS Field Maps provides a complete solution foryour mobile GIS workflows. It streamlines the configuration of mapsfor data collection, exploration and tracking. Migrating to Field Mapsis a straightforward process and this webinar will assist you in gettingready for the field.

      * Intermediary Level – Understanding of the ArcGIS applicationreferenced in workshop

      Esri Presenter: Lain Graham
      Tribal Insight Presentation/talk: Byron Bluehorse, University ofAlaska Fairbanks – Tribal Governance Program

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  • Operating During Public Safety Power Shut-off (PSPS) 052521-10
    10:00 AM-12:00 PM
    05/25/2021

    Operating During Public Safety Power Shut-off (PSPS)

    2 CA Drinking Water Contact Hours awarded.

    This course Operating During Public Safety Power Shut-off (PSPS) is offered two times on the same day, attendees ONLY need to register once to take this course.

    In an ever-changing world, water systems and communities continue to face new and unique challenges. In this presentation you will learn about California’s policies on planned rolling blackouts, and related impacts to systems. You will also learn how to plan for and manage these events and how to locate information, funding, and additional resources for preventative maintenance and improvements.

    Participants will learn:

    • PSPS, who it affects, and what it means for water systems
    • How to identify and implement alternatives to traditional power generation
    • How to locate and utilize resources for funding improvements
    • How to apply best practices for updating emergency information and procedures
    • How to identify resources for continued updates and notifications

    The recommended audience includes board members and managers.

    Certificates for contact hours are available through your profile.

    Contact Hours have been approved for the Registered Environmental Health Specialist program.

    Please click here for January -June 2021 brochure.

    For questions on registration contact registration@rcac.org or Training Dept. at 916-447-9832 x 1429.

    ©2021. This document was prepared using funds under Agreement 18-019-550 with the California State Water Resources Control Board; the total Agreement is for $3,971,380 and will produce multiple documents and training events over the span of the multi-year contract.

  • Operating During Public Safety Power Shut-off (PSPS) 052521-2
    2:00 PM-4:00 PM
    05/25/2021

    Operating During Public Safety Power Shut-off  (PSPS)

    2 CA Drinking Water Contact Hours awarded.

    This course Operating During Public Safety Power Shut-off (PSPS) is offered two times on the same day, attendees ONLY need to register once to take this course.

    In an ever-changing world, water systems and communities continue to face new and unique challenges. In this presentation you will learn about California’s policies on planned rolling blackouts, and related impacts to systems. You will also learn how to plan for and manage these events and how to locate information, funding, and additional resources for preventative maintenance and improvements.

    Participants will learn:

    • PSPS, who it affects, and what it means for water systems
    • How to identify and implement alternatives to traditional power generation
    • How to locate and utilize resources for funding improvements
    • How to apply best practices for updating emergency information and procedures
    • How to identify resources for continued updates and notifications

    The recommended audience includes board members and managers.

    Certificates for contact hours are available through your profile.

    Contact Hours have been approved for the Registered Environmental Health Specialist program.

    Please click here for January -June 2021 brochure.

    For questions on registration contact registration@rcac.org or Training Dept. at 916-447-9832 x 1429.

    ©2021. This document was prepared using funds under Agreement 18-019-550 with the California State Water Resources Control Board; the total Agreement is for $3,971,380 and will produce multiple documents and training events over the span of the multi-year contract.

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  • Consumer Confidence Reporting Compliance 052621-10
    10:00 AM-12:00 PM
    05/26/2021

    Consumer Confidence Reporting Compliance 

    2 CA Drinking Water Contact Hours awarded.

    This course Consumer Confidence Reporting Compliance is offered two times on the same day, attendees ONLY need to register once to take this course.

    Informing your customers annually about the sources and quality of your water became a state and federal mandate with the 1996 SDWA amendments. California regulations were updated in 2012 to allow for electronic delivery of Consumer Confidence Reports (CCRs). The exact format and language required for a CCR can be confusing to those creating the report, and to customers trying to understand it. This workshop will guide you through the process of producing a proper CCR for your water system for calendar year 2020. You will learn how to access the resources available on the DDW website, the information that must be included, and the various delivery options.

    Participants will learn:

    • Where to find and download California specific CCR template and guides
    • The required language
    • Important dates/deadlines
    • The methods of distribution
    • Public relations information

    The recommended audience includes anyone who has responsibility for producing and distributing CCRs, or for gathering the data necessary for its completion.

    Certificates for contact hours are available through your profile.

    Contact Hours have been approved for the Registered Environmental Health Specialist program.

    Please click here for January -June 2021 brochure.

    For questions on registration contact registration@rcac.org or Training Dept. at 916-447-9832 x 1429.

    ©2021. This document was prepared using funds under Agreement 18-019-550 with the California State Water Resources Control Board; the total Agreement is for $3,971,380 and will produce multiple documents and training events over the span of the multi-year contract.

  • Consumer Confidence Reporting Compliance 052621-2
    2:00 PM-4:00 PM
    05/26/2021

    Consumer Confidence Reporting Compliance 

    2 CA Drinking Water Contact Hours awarded.

    This course Consumer Confidence Reporting Compliance is offered two times on the same day, attendees ONLY need to register once to take this course.

    Informing your customers annually about the sources and quality of your water became a state and federal mandate with the 1996 SDWA amendments. California regulations were updated in 2012 to allow for electronic delivery of Consumer Confidence Reports (CCRs). The exact format and language required for a CCR can be confusing to those creating the report, and to customers trying to understand it. This workshop will guide you through the process of producing a proper CCR for your water system for calendar year 2020. You will learn how to access the resources available on the DDW website, the information that must be included, and the various delivery options.

    Participants will learn:

    • Where to find and download California specific CCR template and guides
    • The required language
    • Important dates/deadlines
    • The methods of distribution
    • Public relations information

    The recommended audience includes anyone who has responsibility for producing and distributing CCRs, or for gathering the data necessary for its completion.

    Certificates for contact hours are available through your profile.

    Contact Hours have been approved for the Registered Environmental Health Specialist program.

    Please click here for January -June 2021 brochure.

    For questions on registration contact registration@rcac.org or Training Dept. at 916-447-9832 x 1429.

    ©2021. This document was prepared using funds under Agreement 18-019-550 with the California State Water Resources Control Board; the total Agreement is for $3,971,380 and will produce multiple documents and training events over the span of the multi-year contract.

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  • Source Water Protection Part 1 of 2 052721-10
    10:00 AM-12:00 PM
    05/27/2021

    2 CA Drinking Water Contact Hours awarded.

    This course is now offered as an online training. It is recommended to take both parts on the same day.  Part 1 will take place from 10:00am to 12:00pm and Part 2 will take place from 2:00pm to 4:00pm. Please follow the links below to register for each part separately.

    Surface water or groundwater can serve as drinking water sources and each has their own treatment requirements for public drinking water supplies. Protecting source water from contamination can reduce treatment costs, saving both time and money. Protecting source water also reduces risks to public health from exposures to contaminated water. Source water assessments provide water utilities, community and others with information needed to protect drinking water sources. Learning how to conduct a source water assessment and implement management measures can prevent, reduce or eliminate risks to your drinking water supply.

    Participants will learn:

    • Delineation of source water protection area
    • Inventory of known and potential contamination sources
    • Determine susceptibility of your PWS to contaminant sources
    • Public education about threats identified
    • Management measures for prevention, reduction or elimination of risks
    • Contingency planning for contamination events

    The recommended audience includes local government (boards), management and operators.

    Certificates for contact hours are available through your profile.

    Contact Hours have been approved for the Registered Environmental Health Specialist program.

    Click here for Part 2 registration.

    Click here for January – June 2021 brochure.

    For questions on registration contact registration@rcac.org or Training Dept. at 916-447-9832 x 1429.

    ©2021. This document was prepared using funds under Agreement 18-019-550 with the California State Water Resources Control Board; the total Agreement is for $3,971,380 and will produce multiple documents and training events over the span of the multi-year contract

  • Source Water Protection Part 2 of 2 052721-2
    2:00 PM-4:00 PM
    05/27/2021

    Source Water Protection – Part Two  

    2 CA Drinking Water Contact Hours awarded.

    This course is now offered as an online training. It is recommended to take both parts on the same day.  Part 1 will take place from 10:00am to 12:00pm and Part 2 will take place from 2:00pm to 4:00pm. Please follow the links below to register for each part separately.

    Surface water or groundwater can serve as drinking water sources and each has their own treatment requirements for public drinking water supplies. Protecting source water from contamination can reduce treatment costs, saving both time and money. Protecting source water also reduces risks to public health from exposures to contaminated water. Source water assessments provide water utilities, community and others with information needed to protect drinking water sources. Learning how to conduct a source water assessment and implement management measures can prevent, reduce or eliminate risks to your drinking water supply.

    Participants will learn:

    • Delineation of source water protection area
    • Inventory of known and potential contamination sources
    • Determine susceptibility of your PWS to contaminant sources
    • Public education about threats identified
    • Management measures for prevention, reduction or elimination of risks
    • Contingency planning for contamination events

    The recommended audience includes local government (boards), management and operators.

    Certificates for contact hours are available through your profile.

    Contact Hours have been approved for the Registered Environmental Health Specialist program.

    Click here for Part 1 registration.

    Click here for January – June 2021 brochure.

    For questions on registration contact registration@rcac.org or Training Dept. at 916-447-9832 x 1429.

    ©2021. This document was prepared using funds under Agreement 18-019-550 with the California State Water Resources Control Board; the total Agreement is for $3,971,380 and will produce multiple documents and training events over the span of the multi-year contract

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