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Clow iHydrant Event - June 20th

Posted By IAMU, 10 hours ago

IAMU Associate Member Clow Valve Co. invites you to a training and sales presentation for the Clow iHydrant pressure and temperature monitoring system developed by sister company Nighthawk.

This fun and educational class will take place on Thursday, June 20th from 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. at the new Ames Water Plant, 1800 E. 13th Street, Ames, IA 50010.

The iHydrant system provides real time data for your distribution system without affecting the normal operation of the fire hydrant.  This can either be retrofitted to existing Clow Medallion fire hydrants in a matter of minutes, or purchased for new installation.

Benefits of the iHydrant system include:

  • Optimizing pressure
  • Reducing energy costs
  • Assist in leak detection
  • Reduce non-revenue water
  • Identifying actual water temperature

Please pass along and bring any interested colleagues to this class.  Snacks and refreshments will be provided.  Please RSVP to Andy Kohler at andy.kohler@clowvalve.com.

 

Questions?  Contact Andy at Clow Valve.

Tags:  Ames Water Plant  Clow Valve  iHydrant 

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Rigging Hardware Not Pass Inspection?

Posted By IAMU, 10 hours ago

If you have rigging hardware that has not passed inspection, please contact Safety Specialist Margret Meade. She would like to use it in training classes as an example of what not to use. You may contact Margret at mmeade@iamu.org or at 515.289.5229.

Tags:  Rigging  Safety Services 

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Drug & Alcohol Employee / Supervisor Training Webinars

Posted By IAMU, 10 hours ago

IAMU Safety Services will be holding a Drug & Alcohol Employee/Supervisor Training Webinar. This webinar will address the following:

  • The effects of drugs and alcohol on the body
  • Recognize the signs, symptoms, and indicators of substance abuse at the workplace
  • Comply with federal DOT regulations requiring 2-hour reasonable suspicion training for supervisors

60 minutes will be spent on symptoms of alcohol abuse; 60 minutes will be spent on the symptoms of drug/controlled substance abuse.

*A Certificate of Completion will be emailed to participants upon confirmation of participant’s full attendance to webinar.

Who Should Attend?

Employees and supervisors involved with CDLs and/or gas operations.

 

Webinar Time and Length:

Tuesday, July 9, 2019 – 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

Tuesday, July 30, 2019 – 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

 

Cost:

$45 per IAMU Member participant

$70 per Non-IAMU Member participant

 

Questions?

Contact Paul Kittelson at pkittelson@iamu.org, or (800) 810-4268.

Registration is open.  For additional information and online registration, please click HERE.

*Webinar information will be sent upon registration.*

Tags:  Drug & Alcohol Training  Safety Services  Webinar 

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IAMU Safety Group Insurance Program Members: Check Out The Latest Newsletter

Posted By IAMU, 10 hours ago

The Safety Group Insurance newsletters are designed to raise awareness about important exposures that you face every day. Jester Insurance Services also hope that they provide you with insight to the insurance and risk management solutions available through the IAMU Safety Group Insurance Program. The spring newsletter focuses on Employment Practices Liability. As you will see in the newsletter, this exposure is on the rise for safety group members. Please share this with others in your municipality/utility who may also find it beneficial. Feel free to contact Jester Insurance Services or your local agent with any feedback and/or questions.

Thank you for your continued support of the IAMU Safety Group Insurance Program.

Tags:  IAMU Safety Group Insurance Program  Jester Insurance 

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CCR Reminder – July 1st Deadline Approaching

Posted By IAMU, Tuesday, June 18, 2019

The Consumer Confidence Report is required to be distributed by July 1st by all community public water supply systems (CWS).  Even if a system uses the template sent by DNR in March, a copy of what was actually distributed to the consumers must be submitted to DNR by July 1st.  There are still about 529 reports (almost 50%) not submitted with a week to go before the deadline.

Send a copy of the report to DNR by July 1st.  The certification must be sent to DNR after you’ve completed the distribution, no later than October 1, 2019, as directed in the letter sent to each CWS in March 2019. Many systems submit the copy of the report and the certification at the same time to DNR, before July 1st.

If a CWS needs an electronic copy of the CCR and/or Certification Form, please send your request to CCR@dnr.iowa.gov.  This is an email address that all of our environmental specialists can receive.

To submit the copy of the distributed CCR and certification by .pdf, send it to the CCR@dnr.iowa.gov email address.

To submit the copy of the distributed CCR and certification by fax, send it to this number 515/725-8202, to the attention of Water Supply Operations.

Any questions, contact the person listed in your operation permit.

Tags:  CCR  Water 

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