Security Practices for Operations and Management
EL261 - Security Practices for Operations and Management
Course Length: 2 Hours / 0.2 CEUs*
Course Description: This course demonstrates how water and wastewater utility participants can integrate security and preparedness into the culture of their organization. Through an understanding of the elements of a risk and resilience management strategy that are based on the AWWA G430 standard, utility participants will be able to apply these elements to their own organization. The course also provides examples of best practices for all-hazards risk and resilience based on sections of the G430 standard which is titled “Security Practices for Operation and Management.” The information from this course facilitates compliance with provisions of America’s Water Infrastructure Act of 2018 (AWIA).
Module 1: Elements of a Risk and Resilience Management Strategy
Module 2 : Resources for Developing and Maintaining a Risk and Resilience Management Strategy
Module 3: Summary of How a Risk and Resilience Management Strategy Facilitates AWIA Compliance
- Comprehend the commitment, culture, and employee expectations in a risk and resilience management strategy
- Recognize the 13 elements of a risk and resilience management strategy
- Understand the concepts of detect, deter, devalue, delay, and respond
- Identify resources for developing a risk and resilience management strategy
- Recognize the applications and use of resource tools and where to find them
- Recognize how to achieve a risk and resilience management strategy, and how this facilitates AWIA compliance
CEUs: *You may be awarded CEUs/PDHs for AWWA education programs by your licensing agency. AWWA grants Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for this course at a rate of 1 CEU for 10 contact hours. It is the individual's responsibility, before registering for any education program, to contact his/her licensing agency: 1. To confirm that the education program is acceptable for continuing education credit towards your particular license within your particular state; 2. To confirm what you need to submit for credit approval.
This course is based on American Water Works Association (AWWA) management standards. It is not a specification. AWWA standards do not supersede or take precedence over or displace any applicable law, regulation, or codes of any governmental authority.