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Using Contaminant Information in Evaluating Water Contamination Threats and Incidents
Hosted by U.S. EPA Office of Water
Water Security Division

This training is designed for U.S. EPA On Scene Coordinators (OSCs) and Regional emergency responders, EPA Drinking Water Program Staff, EPA Criminal Investigation Division agents, State Primacy Drinking Water Agencies, and Water Utility Personnel. The course provides information on the types of contaminants that may be used to intentionally contaminate water, and simplifies the application of the threat management process in EPA's Response Protocol Toolbox: Planning for and Responding To Drinking Water Contamination Threats and Incidents (www.epa.gov/safewater/security).

You do not need to register for this course.  Simply click the link below to access the class files.  If you experience any difficulty listening to this class or have any questions about how to use the files, etc., please contact registrar@emsus.com.


This is an Independent On-line Training product.
To access the training please click here: http://trainex.org/web_courses/water_security/.

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