After participating in this course, you will be able to:
- Understand the legal requirements for DWQMS Document Control.
- Effectively manage and maintain all documents related to your organizations DWQMS.
- Understand the system of document development and maintenance required by the DWQMS.
- Understand the difference between a document and a record.
- Develop a system for document control that is acceptable for your organization.
- Understand the system of preparation, review and submission of DWQMS documentation.
This half-day course will allow participants to understand the legal requirements of a Document Control system, the standards required for the Document Control system and how to develop a Document Control system that is comprehensive. The course will allow teams to understand the difference between a document and a record, how do develop an acceptable Document Control procedure and demonstrate how to implement and maintain your document management system.
In-Class: 4 hours (qualifies for 0.4 OWWCO CEUs)
Web Based: 3 hours
This workshop will teach participants the legal requirements of, and how to implement and maintain a document control system for the Drinking Water Quality Management System implemented in their organization. The participants will learn how to effectively manage and maintain their document control system and how to develop an acceptable system.
Who should attend?
- Drinking Water System Managers
- Drinking Water System Supervisors
- Drinking Water System Operators
- Certified Auditors
- Individuals who will be working with, implementing or maintaining, a Drinking Water Document Control System
Prerequisite: Participants should have already completed Introduction to DWQMS before registering for this course.
- This course can be tailored to suit your organization’s specific demands and is available in two formats: as a web-based, live instructor course, or in person at your organization’s convenience.
- This course qualifies for 0.3 OWWCO CEUs when taken Online with live instruction. 0.4 OWWCO CEUs will be applied to completed in class training sessions.