Flood Reponse for Water and Wastewater Operators - 4603

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Docs_Prefix
9480
CourseTitle
Flood Reponse for Water and Wastewater Operators
Target Audience
Water and Wastewater
Instructor
Marilyn Lohmann- Hydrology; Jeff Brown- City Flood Response Plan; Greg Lacquement Flood Resilience
Locations
City of Pendleton
Dates
02/08/2022
DWP
0.3
WW
0.3
Onsite Install
0
Onsite OandM
0
MaxCEU
0.3
SponsorID
209
CurrentContactName
Greg Lacquement
PreApprovalSent
FinalSent
Business Name
City of Pendleton
ContactAddress
1501 SE Byers Ave
ContactCity
Pendleton
ContactState
Oregon
ContactZip
97801
CurrentContactPhone
(541) 966-0249
CurrentContactFax
CurrentContactEmail
greg.lacquement@ci.pendleton.or.us
FinalAprvDate
2/10/2022
HomeStudy
no
Recurring
yes
Does this course promote a product?
no
BetaTested
no
URL
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Inactive
Comments
Flooding is one of the most common hazards in the United States, causing more damage than any other severe weather-related event. It can occur from swollen rivers, heavy rains, spring snowmelt, levee or dam failure, local draignage issues and water distribution main breaks. Impacts to drinking water and wastewater utilities can include loss of power, damage to assets and dangerous conditions for personnel. Flooding will be an ongoing challenge for drinking water and wastewater utilities.

Sponsor

pk_SponsorID
209
BizName
City of Pendleton
Address
1501 SE Byers Avenue
City
Pendleton
State
OR
Zip
97801
Phone
(541) 966-0249
Fax
(541) 966-0251
Contact
Greg Lacquement
SponsorEmail
greg.lacquement@ci.pendleton.or.us