In this course, we’ll look at one of the most important procedures at the centre of Drinking Water Operations in Ontario. This procedure is a supporting document for Ontario legislation and regulations related to drinking water and specific to water disinfection and any pre- disinfection processes that may be necessary to ensure effectiveness of disinfection. It is vitally important that every Drinking Water Treatment and Distribution Operator, Supervisor & Manager have an in depth understanding of this important procedure. This course will provide you this in depth understanding. While taking this interesting course, you’ll be lead through a complete review of all aspects of the Procedure. We do deviate from the procedure to calculate Hydraulic Retention Time to calculate the T in CT. With an understanding on how to calculate your CT, we then translate this into calculating log inactivation. At the end of this course, you’ll be able to calculate your CT and log inactivation using the CT Tables. NOTE This course is presently awaiting MECP Approval from the Certification Program Administrator OWWCO It is under assessment for 0.7 CEU’s - Course Completion Certificate and Regulator upload to be completed following Assessment Covered in this course:
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Reviewing the: Procedure for Disinfection of Drinking Water in Ontario
Reviewing the Procedure for Disinfection of Drinking Water in Ontario

Reviewing the Procedure for Disinfection of Drinking Water in Ontario

Delivered through a PDF Manual and intelligent quizzing

Everything required is included on-line.

Enroll today, Complete today, CEU’s registered with regulator within 72hrs.

Course Developed and Delivered by Vaughan Martin
A Version 3 course, newly revamped and updated for 2020. This unique course and it’s format has been evolving since 2012. There’s no endless reading as many sections are narrated. You also don’t need to flip through slides or scroll endless web pages. How the Course Works: You take the “Unit Quizzes” and harvest answers from the manual. The progressive questions will guide you through the manual in a linear and sequential manor, providing short chunks of knowledge, interesting stories and nuanced guidance. The course marks your questions immediately and saves your progress at each question. Take as long as you like. And it‘s completely open book, use the manual or the Internet to harvest answers. Complete each of the 3-Unit Content Quizzes with a 70% in each unit to unlock the Course & Trainer Assessment e-form. Complete the e-form to immediately unlock your Course Completion Certificate. If you’re a Certified Operator in Ontario, OETC will upload your completion status to the MOE-WWOCS Database within 72hrs of completion. Enrol, start and finish today or take up to a year, completing portions when you have time. I’m sure you’ll agree this course format is the best, easiest and most interesting way to assume the depth and richness of this seemingly boring but vitally necessary knowledge set.
INTRODUCTORY SECTION What you should take away from this course Course Instruction How this course works Meet the trainer Instructions on Split Screen Want to extend your learning A word on cheating Legal disclaimer 1. DISINFECTION OF DRINKING WATER 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Design and Construction of Disinfection Facilities 2. PATHOGEN REMOVAL/DISINFECTION REQUIREMENTS 2.1 Ground Water 2.2 Surface Water and Ground Water under Direct Influence of Surface Water 3. DISINFECTION (PRIMARY DISINFECTION) 3.1 Chemical Disinfection 3.1.1 CT Disinfection Concept 3.2 Ultraviolet (UV) Disinfection 3.2.1 Ground Water 3.2.2 Surface Water and Ground Water under Direct Influence of Surface Water 3.3 Other Disinfectants
3.4 Filtration Process Pathogen Removal Credits 3.4.1 Conventional Filtration 3.4.2 Direct Filtration 3.4.3 Slow Sand Filtration 3.4.4 Diatomaceous Earth Filtration (DE) 3.4.5 Cartridge/Bag Filters 3.4.6 Membrane Filtration 3.4.7 Other Filtration Technologies 4. DISINFECTANT RESIDUAL MAINTENANCE (SECONDARY DISINFECTION) 5. DISINFECTION OF WATER WORKS AFTER CONSTRUCTION OR REPAIRS 6. MONITORING 6.1 Primary Disinfection 6.1.1 Free Chlorine Residual Disinfection 6.1.2 Chlorine Dioxide Residual Disinfection 6.1.3 Monochloramine Residual Disinfection 6.1.4 Ultraviolet (UV) Light Disinfection 6.1.5 Turbidity 6.2 Maintenance of disinfectant residual in a distribution system 7. DISINFECTION BY-PRODUCTS Trainer Commentary - How to Calculate CT CT Tables
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