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March 25 – LaPlace – Management Training
March 25, 2014 @ 4:30 am - 9:15 pm CDT
St John the Baptist Comm Center, 2900 Hwy 51, Laplace, LA(Credit hours have been approved for: Water Production, Treatment & Distribution and Wastewater Treatment & Collection)
4:30pm-5:00pm – Registration5:00pm-6:30pm – Management Practices/Defining Responsibilities: Jean Simon, LRWA/USDA Wastewater Technician6:30pm-6:45pm – Break: Snack/Meal sponsored by Southeastern Tank, Ivy Lewis6:45pm-7:00pm – Ivy Lewis, Southeastern Tank7:00pm-7:45pm – Financial Practices: Rusty Reeves, LRWA/USDA Circuit Rider & LRWA Deputy Director7:45pm-8:30pm – State & Federal Regulations for Public Water Systems: Jean Simon, LRWA/USDA Wastewater Technician8:30pm-9:15pm – Technical: Rusty Reeves, LRWA/USDA Circuit Rider & LRWA Deputy DirectorClick Here to Download Agenda Please note that this is a 4 Hour Management Training Course beginning at 5:00 pm
*Management Training – As outlined in LAC 48: Part V. 7707-7719
“As a part of meeting the managerial capacity requirements, all appropriate staff of existing public water systems shall attend a training session provided by the state, its contractors or the state recognized trainers for board members, council members/mayors/owners, etc. Management training for all board members/council members/mayors/owners of existing public water systems will be based on whether their water system has been issued an administrative order, and/or is on the significant non-complier’s list and/or has had primary MCL violations during the past three years. The department will continue to encourage attendance on a voluntary basis at management training sessions by board members/council members/mayors/owners of other public water systems. Training sessions shall be provided periodically and appropriate parties as noted above will have the opportunity to attend one of the scheduled sessions within six months after the system has been notified that is it being evaluated for technical, managerial, and financial capacity.”