Wastewater treatment facilities are among a community's greatest assets, both in terms of value to the quality of like of its citizenry and capital investment. It is imperative that those in charge of said facilities take the utmost care of these crucial resources.
Having a good plan for maintaining the equipment of each component is only the beginning. Personnel assigned to perform the tasks associated with prolonging the life of the system assets must receive proper training. While some of maintenance can be quite specific to certain devices, there are many general principles, practices and skills that are helpful in almost every maintenance application.
Persons completing this class will have a better base of knowledge and/or skills towards contributing to the overall success of any maintenance program.
Maintenance Theory, Principles and Process
Work orders and Documentation
Tools and Equipment
Location: Various Locations throughout Michigan
1. Registration substitutions within the same organization are allowed; however, registration rates will be calculated according to MWEA membership status. Written cancellations received at least 7 days prior to the start of the event will be eligible for a refund less a $50 processing fee. Cancellations received less than 7 days from the start of the event will receive no refund.
2. Under extenuating circumstances, a credit for training may be issued but is only redeemable for MWEA event registrations and must be used within the same calendar year. Credits are granted at the sole discretion of the Executive Director.