Cross Connect Control Surveys Are Your Friend- Engineering Power Hour
RENEWAL TRAINING CREDIT HOURS FOR WATER OPERATORS AND ENGINEERS 1.00 TOTAL HOURS 1.00
LIVE DATE: 06/25/14CEU TYPE: Technical
WEBINAR TYPE: Engineering Power Hour: These webinars will be product and service specific, with learning objectives included.
Summary: Online automated backflow tracking has become a standard in the water industry to improve efficiency and mitigate errors within a given municipality’scross connection control program. With the freedom and flexibility from automating your backflow tracking program you have the ability to focus on serving your water distribution system and identifying existing backflow prevention devices that will need to be added to your tracking program. In this comprehensive webinar we will develop a better understanding of automated backflow tracking and give a stronger understanding of surveys and how they can help to prevent contamination within your water distribution system.
Presenter: Dan Eisenhauer, Education Coordinator, Backflow Solutions Inc. (BSI)Daniel Eisenhauer is a third-generation plumber; his plumbing career began unknowingly at Eisenhauer Plumbing which was located in Villa Park Illinois in the mid-80s. This experience at a young age would shape his commitment to the trade that he would pursue later in life. As he grew through his high school and college years his mechanical ability truly began to develop without a real focus. Whether it was working with computers or destroying his mother’s toaster, Dan had a yearning to understand the mechanics of how things operated. During college Dan made a decision to commit and focus his efforts in the plumbing mechanical field. With guidance from his uncle and father he chose to pursue an apprenticeship with Chicago’s local 130 plumbing apprenticeship. At this point he had secured a beginning position with a renowned Chicago contractor who would teach him the ins and outs of this challenging yet rewarding career, while attending the classes to hone his skills. After two years of this routine he was accepted to daytime apprentice school and moved to a larger contractor within the Chicago plumbing world. By this time, with a good strong fundamental understanding of mechanical systems, Dan had the opportunity to work on some quite notable large construction projects in downtown Chicago such as Millennium Park, Heritage at Millennium Park, Northwestern Memorial Hospital, just to name a few. After receiving his journeyman’s plumbers license Dan continued his trade working to perfect his craft. Shortly after receiving his journeyman’s license he also went and acquired his cross connection control inspection license. Shortly after that he was hired by his father’s contracting firm Chicago Backflow Inc. where his education truly paid off.
Currently Daniel Eisenhauer is the education coordinator at Backflow Solutions Inc. He currently sits on the National AWWA M 14 Cross Connection Control Committee as well as the Illinois and Ohio AWWA distribution committee, Iowa AWWA Education Committee and a member of ASSE, ABPA, and ICC. He continues to pursue other partnerships within the water industry to provide education to water purveyors and plumbing professionals alike since our single goal together should be to provide potable safe clean drinking water to everyone in our country.
COST & REGISTRATION: Illinois Section AWWA Members: FREE; Nonmembers: $30.00
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