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In case you missed it...Wellhead Protection Training for Utility Employees [Webinar]

Posted by Mary Atkins on Thursday, April 24, 2014 @ 08:09 AM

If your community has a Wellhead Protection Plan to protect the wells and drinking water source, your utility employees are required to have periodic training. Think about where your wells are located and who is working around those wells -- employees from the water utility, parks department and street department? Do these employees need to be trained?

Let Wessler Engineering help! We presented a webinar (recording below) on Wellhead Protection Training for Utility Employees, and many attendees asked us to make this available for others. The webinar reviews information such as securing the wells, preventing spills from happening around the wells, and responding to spills or contamination should they occur within the wellhead protection area or distribution system.

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Tags: drinking water protection plan, wellhead training, employee wellhead training, training webinar

Neglecting utility employee wellhead training can lead to disaster! [whiteboard video]

Posted by Mary Atkins on Thursday, April 03, 2014 @ 08:11 AM

Attention Public Drinking Water Utilities!

Have your employees been trained recently on your Wellhead Protection Plan? Did you know that it’s a requirement to document and keep a record of the training?

When you submit your Phase II Wellhead Protection Plan or a 5-year plan update to IDEM, they may ask you to produce the training documentation. Be prepared by having your employees trained and the required documentation in your recordkeeping files. 

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Tags: drinking water protection plan, wellhead training, employee wellhead training

How to implement your Wellhead Protection Plan

Posted by Amy Harvell on Wednesday, March 05, 2014 @ 09:34 AM

My new living room sofa came with a furniture care plan that included various products to use to protect my beautiful, white (What was I thinking?) couch. The company providing these products has been in business for nearly 100 years, so their protection plan should work, right? We all know, though, that a protection plan is only as good as the implementation. If I never open these products and apply them to my couch, I’ll end up with a very stained (and not-so-white) couch from all the accidental spills.

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Tags: wellhead, wellhead protection plan, drinking water protection plan


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