Small System Security

A well-managed, financially sound and technically proficient water system is better prepared and positioned to respond to any type of emergency. The documents below explain the relationship between security and capacity development and how to use existing tools to help address small system security needs.

Important Resources

CapCert Connections

ASDWA’s CapCert Connections is for state drinking water program operator certification and capacity development coordinators. Our goal is to share timely, informative articles designed to help make your efforts easier to accomplish; give you insights into what your peers are working on; and keep you up to date with meetings, workshops, and other plan-ahead events. We hope that this blog will encourage greater collaboration between the Capacity Development and Operator Certification programs and enhance the ability of both programs to support drinking water systems across the United States. Subscribe or search the archives at the CapCert Connections blog site [http://capcertconnections.asdwa.org].
AWWA Offers Free Op Cert Exam Prep Materials

AWWA Offers Free Op Cert Exam Prep Materials

This post was originally published on this siteOur colleagues at AWWA are offering two helpful reference sheets – one on...

EFCN Partners Host Several Useful Small Systems Webinars

EFCN Partners Host Several Useful Small Systems Webinars

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Joint Webinar – DWSRF and Capacity Building in Action – Workforce Development and Operator Training

Joint Webinar – DWSRF and Capacity Building in Action – Workforce Development and Operator Training

This post was originally published on this siteInterested in learning about how DWSRF set-asides can be used for workforce development...

EFCN Offers “After Hours” Training Opportunities

EFCN Offers “After Hours” Training Opportunities

This post was originally published on this siteDo you sometimes wish there was a way to bring Boards, local officials,...