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May 10 & 11, 2022 — Farmerville, LA — W/WW

May 10 - May 11

This training has reached maximum capacity. No walk-in registrations will be accepted.

The following guidelines will apply for this training in accordance with Governor Edwards’ COVID19 regulations:
1. Attendance will be limited to 100
2. First Come, First Serve Basis
3. Pre-registration is Required
4. Social Distancing will Apply
5. Masks will be provided and may or may not be required depending on Governor Edwards’ ruling at the time
6. If pre-registered and cannot attend, please be considerate and call to cancel

Willie Davis Recreation Center
116 Cox Ferry Rd
Farmerville, LA
May 10, 2022
LDH has approved this date of training for 8 credit hours in both Water & Wastewater. Course Approval #: 65465.

7:00am-8:00am – Registration
8:00am-8:15amIntroduction and Certification Rule: Rusty Reeves, LRWA Deputy Director & Training Specialist
8:15am-9:00am — Procurement Process & Water Sector Program Updates: Traci Watts, Louisiana Community Development Block Grant Program Manager
9:00am-9:30am — Legislative Update: Barbara Featherston, LDH District 4 Engineer
9:30am-10:15am — Sanitary Surveys:  LDH Region 8
10:15am-11:00am — Chloramines/Nitrification Control Plans:  LDH Region 8
11:00am-12:00pm — Chemical Metering Pump Applications:  Chip Nolen, Hawkins Water Treatment
12:00pm-1:00pm — Lunch sponsored by:  Hawkins Water Treatment
1:00pm-2:00pm — Disinfection Process: Chip Nolen, Hawkins Water Treatment
2:00pm-3:30pm — American Water Infrastructure Act of 2018 – Risk & Resiliency Assessment Plans: Rusty Reeves, LRWA Deputy Director & LRWA/EPA Training Specialist
3:30pm-4:45pm — Emergency Response Preparedness: Rusty Reeves, LRWA Deputy Director & LRWA/EPA Training Specialist & Ken Terry, LRWA/USDA Wastewater Technician/Trainer
4:45pm-5:00pm – Questions & Evaluations

May 11, 2022
LDH has approved this date of training for 8 credit hours in both Water & Wastewater. Course Approval #: 65464.

7:30am-8:00am — Registration
8:15am-8:30am — Introductions and Workshop Objective Areas & Group Discussion of Other Important Management Areas for Sustainability)
8:30am-9:30am — Session 1: Overview of Key Management Areas (Presentation of Key Management Areas & Group Discussion of Other Important Management Areas for Sustainability)
9:30am-10:30am — Session 2: Explanation of “Sustainable Management Self-Assessment”, Utility Self-Assessment Exercise, and Table Discussion among Participants about Results
10:30am-11:15pm — Session 3: Plenary Discussion – Self Assessment Results
11:15pm-12:00pm — Session 4: Table Exercise – Improving Outcomes (each table completes an improvement worksheet for one low achievement/high priority management area)
12:00pm-1:00pm – Lunch sponsored byNational Water Infrastructure
1:00pm-2:00pm — System Management & Operations Options-Clint Schexnaydre/National Water Infrastructure LLC
2:00pm-2:45pm — Session 5a: Plenary Discussion – Practices, Tools, and Measures:  Results (report and discuss findings)
2:45pm-3:30pm — Session 5b: Plenary Discussion – Practices: Results (Synthesis of Table Discussion Results, Local Assistance Available in Key Management Areas, Presentation of Additional Tips, Tools, and Measurement, Reflections: Key Lessons Learned and Near-Term Steps, and Discuss System Management Improvement Plan)
3:30pm-4:00pm — Session 6: Feedback Session (participants complete workshop evaluation form
4:00pm-4:45pm — Complaint Logs:  LRWA Staff
4:45pm-5:00pm- Questions and Evaluations

All presentations will be conducted by Ken Terry, LRWA/USDA Wastewater Trainer and Technician, unless indicated otherwise.

This day of training qualifies as *Management Training – As outlined in LAC 48: Part V. 7707-7719

“Management Training. 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 other 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/owner’ 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.”

Please note:  LRWA Training Sessions are a “Firearm Free Zone”

This seminar involves training at an off-site facility, which is neither owned nor controlled by LRWA.  Registrant acknowledges that LRWA and its employees do not assume responsibility for the condition of the off-site facility nor guarantee the safety of registrant at the off-site facility.  Registrant agrees to hold LRWA and its employees harmless from all claims for injuries arising from conditions present at the off-site facility.

This training has reached maximum capacity. No walk-in registrations will be accepted.

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Start:
May 10
End:
May 11
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