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CANCELLED - Asset Management AM Kan Work! Workshop (Colby)
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10/27/2020
When: October 27, 2020
9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Where: Thomas County Fair Building
1100 Cedar Avenue
Colby, Kansas  67701
United States
Contact: Katie Miller
(620) 241-1423

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In the coming years, water and wastewater utilities will need to implement new administrative systems and management tools to allow them to adapt to increased regulatory requirements and environmental complexities. A.M. KAN WORK! is on of the “new” tools to help communities address:

• new and stricter regulatory requirements;
• population changes;
• service demands;
• limited water supplies;
• variable climate conditions;
• aging infrastructure;
• increased energy costs; and
• limited state and federal funding.

Asset management is a relatively new program to Kansas and Kansas utilities, particularly for water and wastewater systems. A.M. KAN WORK! provides a structured program for helping water and wastewater utilities achieve sustainability through sound management practices.

This workshop can assist your utility system in defining the investment priorities for the level of service expected by your customers. Asset management provides the tools needed to actively and consistently analyze current operations and future needs to develop robust management systems and well-designed infrastructure plans to meet the increasing challenges.

Water and wastewater operators can receive 5 hours of certification credit for attending this workshop.

 



COVID-19 Event Guidelines

WSU EFC and KMU are following state-mandated guidelines for hosting face-to-face events to reduce the spread of COVID-19.

Face Masks & Face Coverings
Trainers, participants, staff and visitors must wear face coverings over their mouths and noses during the training in all hallways, public spaces, classrooms and other common areas of the training venue. Face coverings must also be properly worn in outdoor settings when 6-feet physical distancing cannot be maintained.

Social Distancing
All event attendees will be required to practice social distancing by keeping at least 6-ft distance from others.

Frequent Cleaning and Disinfecting
Hand sanitizing stations will be provided for participants, and frequently touched surfaces will be regularly disinfected by event staff.

Food & Beverage Will Not Be Provided
Please bring your own water bottles and/or beverages. Lunch will not be provided - there will be an open lunch break. Participants may also bring a lunch.

Attendance will be limited for health and safety reasons. Participants should stay home if they feel sick, have been exposed to COVID-19 or are awaiting the results of a COVID-19 test. Attendees are encouraged to complete a self-assessment before deciding if they should attend.

Due to the evolving nature of COVID-19, trainings may be cancelled at any point.


Please click here to view the workshop brochure.

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