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Wastewater Education 501

The following online distance learning courses provided by Wastewater Education 501 (c)(3) have been approved for the indicated number of continuing education hours for sewage treatment system contractors.

Information about available courses, including registration cost for each course, can be found at: Wastewater Education 501 (c)(3).  Make sure that you look under the Ohio Tab.

You can contact Wastewater Education 501(c)(3) by calling (231) 233-1806 for scheduling and registration for these online learning opportunities.

 Course Title   Approved  CEU's 

General Safety Procedures Part One: Electricity Common Sense Precaution

2.0

General Safety Procedures Part One: Electricity Basic Electricity Best Practices at the job site

2.0

General Safety Procedures Part Two: Common Sense Work Site Safety to Avoid Personal Injury & Liability

3.0

General Safety Procedures Part Two: Common Sense Work Site Safety : Response to Personal Injury

2.0

OSHA ‘Fatal Four’ for wastewater service providers. Fall Protection Safety standards

2.0

OSHA Fatal Four’ for wastewater service providers. Electrical Safety standards

2.0

OSHA ‘Fatal Four’ for wastewater service providers. Crush, Caught In between, Trenching Safety standards

2.0

OSHA guidelines for Blood Born, biological and parasitic safety best practices for wastewater service providers

4..0

Bugs Without Borders - A primer for disease vectors and parasites of emerging concern to wastewater service providers.

4.0

OSHA Rules - PPE gear

1.0

OSHA guidelines for working with extreme heat: Personal Safety and health related issues

1.0

OSHA guidelines for working with extreme cold and hypothermia: Personal Safety and health related issues

1.0

Extreme weather events: System issues and performance

2.0

Best practices for portable sanitation and service providers in handling 'sharps' and drug paraphernalia

2.0

Starting and operating a septic service or portable sanitation business in Ohio

3.0

Employee Policies, Vehicle Inspections (know your vacuum truck) and Record Keeping

2.0

Shoulda, Woulda, Coulda - being the ‘Responsible’ Party. Your options and obligations for avoiding liability and prosecution 

2.0

          Shoulda, Woulda, Coulda and recognizing,                        avoiding, responding to the potential for violence              in the work place.

2.0

Employee Policies: HIPPA, ADA.

1.0

Best practices for working with a wastewater treatment plant

2.0

Assessing the site for a first time service visit, or for a repeat established client

2.0

Assessing the site for a first time installation or repairs

2.0

Assessing the site for a portable sanitation service and placement

2.0

Checklists, Inspections, and Disclosure Forms

2.0

How to use Google Earth Pro, SoilWeb USDA NRCS WebSoil Survey

1.5

Soil Profiles in Ohio: A Basic Primer for troubleshooting and servicing systems and land application best practices

2.0

The Basics: An Introduction to Wastewater Treatment Processes and Microbiology for Package Treatment and Septage Receiving

2.0

Understanding Conventional Systems – Tank Servicing, Cleaning, & Inspecting

2.0

Introduction to History and Use of Precast Concrete Tanks

1.5

Who’s In Charge – Are YOU In Charge? What Are Your Responsibilities for Installing a Precast Tank?

3.0

Microbial Induced Corrosion: Causes and Methods of Prevention and research project

1.5

Who’s In Charge – Are YOU In Charge? What Are Your Responsibilities for Installing a NON Precast Tank?

2.0

Understanding Conventional Systems – Treatment Fields Servicing, Troubleshooting and Inspecting

2.0

Understanding Chamber Treatment Fields Servicing, Troubleshooting and Inspecting

2.0

Understanding Conventional Systems – Site Specific Servicing & Repair

2.0

Understanding and Servicing Holding Tanks and Pump Chambers

2.0

Understanding and Servicing Mound Systems and At-Grade/Above-Grade Systems

2.0

Understanding and Servicing Alternative Systems and ATU Systems

2.0

PPCPs, FOG and “Flushables”

2.0

Basic Math 101

2.0

Basic Math 102

2.0

Pumps, Panels, (SSPMA [Sump and Sewage Pump Manufacturers Association] 6 x 1 hr classes - or each may be taken individually ) Please read the full description for this course on the website located at top of page

6.0

Educating the Property Owner on Best Management and Operation Practices

2.0

Educating the Property Owner: Talking to school students

1.0

Online Tool for Creating a Community/Individual Septic System Owners Guide

2.0

OSHA Rules and CDC updated guidance for COVID-19 Response

1.5

OSHA Rules, Employer Polices, and employee best practices concerning opioid and drug use, illegal and prescribed.

1.0