Video-on-demand streaming is the solution to effective and professional utility training. It’s easy to train anywhere, anytime. These high-resolution videos provide comprehensive and engaging training on a large selection of topics. All of the video content that your organization needs to train its employees is quick and easy to access through streaming.
Get access to more than 120 videos and train your entire staff for a low cost. New releases will be added regularly to expand your value.
Retire your DVD player and access Safety First videos on any laptop, tablet or mobile device.
You can create a collection of videos specific to your facility’s needs allowing you the ability to completely customize your training program.
Some videos are accompanied with a supplementary quiz to test your employees’ learning.
The Safety First channel includes 120+ videos covering 10 hours of safety-focused content for utility professionals.
Strengthen the skills of your employees and encourage an atmosphere of safety in your organization. Topics include safety practices and protocol for utility hazards and the workplace, personal protective equipment and more.
Available in 2020, the WSO Channel will include 200+ videos covering certification and training content for operators.
Strengthen the practices and procedures of your operator employees. Topics include disinfection, coagulation, filtration, pumps, water loss control, maintaining distribution and storage systems and more.
Yes, most of the videos correspond to a training quiz that you can utilize.
No, you can purchase a subscription to streaming through our online store.
Yes, your subscription allows you to present these videos to other individuals within your organization.
No, you can watch each video as many times as needed while you have a subscription.
Yes, currently Safety First videos are the only AWWA videos available through streaming. A WSO channel with operator training videos will be available next year.
No, currently subscriptions are individual subscriptions and they are non-transferrable.