NJWATER Training

25

Mar

2019

Safety Laws & Regulations; “A Safety Compliance Overview”

March 25, 2019 at the Hightstown Fire Station, 140 North Main Street (Route 539), Hightstown, NJ

OK – What’s the Purpose?
A great course for water and/or wastewater operators, managers, professional engineers and administrative personnel. This course is designed to provide a heightened level of awareness of a hazard and/or hazards that exist, and the procedures that can be taken to reduce those hazards, reduce injury and ultimately save lives.

Accreditation:
3.0 Safety Training Contact Hours for NJ-Licensed Water/Wastewater Operators. TCH Course Number 04-011902-31
3.0 Hours toward license renewal for NJ Certified Public Works Managers: DLGS-NJWA- 168, (2.0 Management, 1.0 Government)
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16

Apr

2019

Safety Laws & Regulations; “A Safety Compliance Overview”

April 16, 2019 at the Brooklawn Senior Community Center, 101, 2nd Street, Brooklawn, NJ

OK – What’s the Purpose?
A great course for water and/or wastewater operators, managers, professional engineers and administrative personnel. This course is designed to provide a heightened level of awareness of a hazard and/or hazards that exist, and the procedures that can be taken to reduce those hazards, reduce injury and ultimately save lives.

Accreditation:
3.0 Safety Training Contact Hours for NJ-Licensed Water/Wastewater Operators. TCH Course Number 04-011902-31
3.0 Hours toward license renewal for NJ Certified Public Works Managers: DLGS-NJWA- 168, (2.0 Management, 1.0 Government)
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23

Apr

2019

Improving Water Quality and Reducing Consequences of Pipeline Failure

April 23, 2019, Monroe Township Utilities Department, 143 Union Valley Rd., Monroe, Middlesex County

Course Description:
In this session, users will gain valuable information in two critical areas; improving water quality and controlling the pipe network to reduce the consequences of failure. Today utilities operate in an environment where pipe failure rates and turbidity problems are increasing more rapidly than their pipeline replacement budget. In this session, utility personnel will learn how to apply a simple key performance indicator to identify where the consequences of pipeline failures can be dramatically reduced.

Accreditation:
3.0 Training Contact Hours for NJ-Licensed Water Operators. TCH Course Number 04-041802-10
3.0 Hours toward license renewal for NJ Certified Public Works Managers: DLGS-NJWA-144 (3.0 Technical)
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24

Apr

2019

Improving Water Quality and Reducing Consequences of Pipeline Failure

April 24, 2019, Brooklawn Senior Community Center, 101 2nd St. Brooklawn, Camden County

Course Description:
In this session, users will gain valuable information in two critical areas; improving water quality and controlling the pipe network to reduce the consequences of failure. Today utilities operate in an environment where pipe failure rates and turbidity problems are increasing more rapidly than their pipeline replacement budget. In this session, utility personnel will learn how to apply a simple key performance indicator to identify where the consequences of pipeline failures can be dramatically reduced.

Accreditation:
3.0 Training Contact Hours for NJ-Licensed Water Operators. TCH Course Number 04-041802-10
3.0 Hours toward license renewal for NJ Certified Public Works Managers: DLGS-NJWA-144 (3.0 Technical)
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30

Apr

2019

Improving Water Quality and Reducing Consequences of Pipeline Failure

April 30, 2019, Mount Olive Township Senior Center, 204 Flanders-Drakestown Rd, Mount Olive, Morris County (Across the parking lot from the Municipal Building)

Course Description:
In this session, users will gain valuable information in two critical areas; improving water quality and controlling the pipe network to reduce the consequences of failure. Today utilities operate in an environment where pipe failure rates and turbidity problems are increasing more rapidly than their pipeline replacement budget. In this session, utility personnel will learn how to apply a simple key performance indicator to identify where the consequences of pipeline failures can be dramatically reduced.

Accreditation:
3.0 Training Contact Hours for NJ-Licensed Water Operators. TCH Course Number 04-041802-10
3.0 Hours toward license renewal for NJ Certified Public Works Managers: DLGS-NJWA-144 (3.0 Technical)
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