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Public Water System Security (Online)

WWW355 - 1.00 Hours

Schedule

  • IS  WWW355  38
    $25.00

Description

computer and mouseThe Public Water System Security online course provides students with a better understanding of how to recognize and assess potential security issues related to water and wastewater plants. This course covers safeguarding measures related to accidental or intentional hazards, as well as man-made and natural disasters.

NOTE: Once registered, participants will receive a confirmation email, a password for access to the course, and a required completion date.

Prerequisite

There are no prerequisites for this course.

Requirements

  • A personal computer or laptop with reliable Internet access
  • Current Web Browser
  • Adobe Acrobat Reader 7 or higher
  • Adobe Flash 10 or higher

Topics

Identify water system security requirements and regulations+Recognize possible threats to water system security+Identify the elements of water system security+Define vulnerability assessment+identify the elements of a vulnerability assessment+Define an emergency response plan

Audience

  • Water and Wastewater industry professionals
  • Utility industry professionals
  • Public safety and security professionals
  • Personnel involved with emergency preparedness and response
  • Public works industry professionals

Education Credits

  • 0.1 CEUs

Contact Information

OSHA Training Institute Education Center
Phone: (800) 723-3811 | Tollfree: (800) 723-3811 or (800) SAFE-811

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