Chlorine Handling - Virtual Classroom
This course will be presented by our training partner BCWWA
May 30 - June 3, 2022 (4 Days) 10:00 am – 6:00 pm Daily (CDT)
CEU Credits: 2.4
Registration Deadline: May 24, 2022
Virtual classes are offered in real time with a live instructor. When you are part of a virtual class, your instructor is able to provide the interactive classroom experience from your own computer. You can participate in discussions, test your knowledge and ask questions, just like in a regular classroom. These classes run similarly to a live class and are a great option for those people interested in completing their training in a typical timeframe.
After completing this course, you will be able to:
- Understand the factors that can impact water quality.
- Understand the different methods that are used for disinfecting water, and their advantages and limitations, including filtration, aeration, UV disinfection, pH adjustment, and oxidants such as chlorine, chloramines and ozone.
- Safely apply chlorination and hypochlorination methods in your facility, including controlling for gases and residual by-products.
- Understand how to safely install, use, troubleshoot and maintain equipment for chlorination and hypochlorination.
- Calculate chlorine and hypochlorination dosages based on water distribution system demands and hydraulics.
- Understand chlorine system design principles, including engineering controls, ventilation, alarm systems, and detection instrument.
- Understand and be able to apply chlorine safety practices, as well as prepare for emergencies
Who Should Attend
You should take this course if you:
- Operate or maintain a facility that uses chlorine gas or hypochlorite solutions for disinfection purposes
All attendees must have their own computer with audio and video capabilities to participate.
Contact the MWWA office for any questions related to registration for this event.