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Emergency Management


Mar 4,2015 - Time: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Emergency management requires attention not just to specific types of disasters but also to steps that increase preparedness for any type of dis-aster. Participants will learn about the Virginia WARN Program, the Incident Command System (ICS), and the National Incident Management System. Public Works employees are now considered emergency responders un-der the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), and partici-pants will see how this affects their utilities. Students will participate as a group in a small table-top utility related disaster drill to be better prepared for when disaster strikes. Partici-pants will learn the importance in keeping their Emergency Response Plans updated on a regular basis.

Location

Bedford Regional Water Authority
1723 Falling Creek Road
Bedford, VA 24523

Event Fees:

$ 0.00 Registration Fee

Intermediate Work Zone Traffic Control


Mar 5,2015 - Mar 6,2015Time: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
In October 2007, the Federal Highway Administration changed the regulations provided in 23 CFR 630 Subpart J. This change mandates that \"States shall require that personnel involved in the devel-opment, design, implementation, operation, inspection and enforce-ment of work zone related transportation management and traffic con-trol be trained appropriate to the job.\" Who Should Attend? This two day course is required for all persons with the following Maintenance and Construction type duties: Inspection of the placement or operational function of work zone traffic control devices Maintenance or Construction Supervisory responsibilities Maintenance of Traffic Coordinators on construction projects Traffic Engineering Work Zone Safety Coordinators Regional Safety Engineers Traffic Control Supervisors Personnel with the responsibility for the development of work zone safety policies and procedures

Location

Stanley Fire Hall
190 East Main Street
Stanley, VA 22851

Event Fees:

$ 300.00 Member registration
$ 350.00 Non-member registration

Online Sensors


Mar 11,2015 - Time: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm

Class discusses of current state of online sensor technology, typical applications, and maintenance requirements. Review of nitrification/denitrification system requirements.


Location

Stafford County Public Safety Center
1225 Courthouse Road
Stafford, VA 22554

Event Fees:

$ 0.00 Registration fee

Sustainable Management of Rural and Small Systems Workshop


Mar 18,2015 - Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
This workshop will help utilities address a full range of challenges and improve the management of their operations and infrastructure.  -How to deliver increasingly efficient, and higher quality services.  -How to improve long-term sustainability and increase resiliency.  -How to use the Rural and Small Systems Guidebook to Sustainable Utility Management to make improvements at your system. Utilities will learn how to make improvements in the ten key management areas, focusing first on their most pressing challenges.

Location

Town of Woodstock- Town Hall
135 North Main Street
Woodstock, VA 22664

Event Fees:

$ 0.00 Registration fee

Help Your Bugs Live the Good Life!


Mar 19,2015 - Time: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Covers the theory behind wastewater operations with instruc-tion on control strategies, common problems, and diagnostic tools for biological wastewater operations. Includes a brief re-view of fluid flow and unit conversions. Overview of the ni-trification/denitrification cycle and phosphorus removal.

Location

Crooked Road Technology Center
372 Technology Trail Lane, Suite 101
Duffield, VA 24244

Event Fees:

$ 0.00 Registration fee

Water Accountability and Leak Detection Class


Mar 25,2015 - Time: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
This class is designed to assist all water system personnel in having a better understanding of water accountability and the importance of accurate water accountability to the sustainability of your utility. The class will also cover the topic of leak detection which will include items such as leak detection strate-gies and various types of equipment or methods for pinpointing water leaks. This class is applicable to various members of your utility such as: board mem-bers, managers, clerks, billing staff, meter readers, water system operation staff, and distribution operation staff.

Location

Town of Exmore- Town Hall
3305 Main Street
Exmore, VA 23350

Event Fees:

$ 0.00 Registration fee

Region IV/V Combined Meeting


Mar 26,2015 - Time: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Topics: Technology: A Non-Nerd Approach to Understanding & Making Tech Work (QS1) & Industrial Pretreatment With Emphasis on Chemical Optimization and How It Affects Your Systems (Timmons Group Industrial Team) Class details: Technology: A Non-Nerd Approach to Understanding & Making Tech Work, presented by Will Cauthen of QS1. This presentation will include a common sense, plain English discussion of the terminology of data technology and its current use in the modern utility office. In addition, there will be a checklist of best practices that we should all adopt in order to make our technology provide the greatest return on investment. This seminar is lighthearted is light-hearted with enough humor to keep us awake while we learn about everyone’s favorite subject-TECHNOLOGY! Industrial Pretreatment With Emphasis on Chemical Optimization and How It Affects Your Systems, presented by Timmons Group Industrial Team. This presentation will be discussing some of their most recent Industrial Pretreatment projects. These projects involve clients with discharge issues that range from permitting and treatment options to final effluent discharge. The speakers will provide a closer look at the chemical side of the treatment processes that pertain to chemical dosing, injection points, pH concentrations and chemical optimization.

Location

Smithfield Center
220 North Church St.
Smithfield, VA 23430

Event Fees:

$ 0.00 Registration fee