Operational Guide to AWWA Standard G100: Water Treatment by Sarah Clark

By Sarah Clark

This consultant to AWWA general G100 explains the right way to set and accomplish objectives, optimize plant functionality on a continuing foundation, and make ongoing advancements on your plant operations and administration

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Practice communications protocol with local authorities and others cited in the facility’s emergency response plan. • Post frequent reminders for staff and contractors of the threat level, along with a reminder of what events constitute security violations. • Ensure that employees are fully aware of emergency response communication protocols and have access to contact information for relevant law enforcement, public health, environmental protection, and emergency response organizations. • Inspect and practice activation of available emergency interconnections with neighboring water agencies.

Prepare and/or revise emergency response plans and associated communication protocols. Include appropriate local officials concerned with law enforcement, emergency response, and public health. • On a regular basis post employee reminders about events that constitute security violations and ensure that employees understand notification protocol in the event of a security breach. • Prepare draft press releases, public notices, and other communications for a variety of incidents. Route through appropriate channels of review to ensure that pieces are clear and consistent.

In either case, all water treatment plants should have a designated person who is responsible for ensuring that the data are entered into reports appropriately and that reports are delivered on time. SOPs bring consistency to plant operations when operating teams change regularly and have differing views on how a water plant should be operated. Most water treatment processes are more efficient and produce higher quality water with consistent operations, as long as the process has been optimized to treat the raw water quality entering the plant.

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