The program is available at https://www.pncwa.net/conftool/index.php?page=browseSessions&conf=annual15&presentations=show&print=yes
Accepted authors may find their day/time by using the link above, and then perform "Find" on the web page with presenter name, or email, or a part of the presentation title. A PDF will be available soon. There are 7 tracks daily!
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Asset Management Webinar July 8, 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM Pacific
Cost: PNCWA members no cost; nonmembers $90.00. 0.2 CEUS requested*
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Learn more at the PNCWA Plant Operations and Maintenance Committee webpage.
Ryen Tarbet, Cityworks, Moderator
Richard Ludlow, Oaklodge Sanitary District, “Leveraging CMMS Data for Managing Assets”
Juston Manville, HDR, “Operations; the Front Line in your Strategic Asset Management Plan”
Jason Winter, City of Kitchner, ON, “Leveraging CMMS Data for Managing Assets”
Leveraging CMMS Data for Managing Assets
Richard’s presentation will discuss OLSD’s recent experience with a major construction project where staff were repurposed as needed to assist. One unanticipated consequence was falling behind on a 2009 goal for cleaning and inspecting the collection system. Using maintenance data, Rich worked with staff set goals and monitor production to get things back on track. Data is only worth collection when it helps make decisions that move toward improvements.
Operations; the Front Line in your Strategic Asset Management Plan
Juston’s presentation will address the following topic areas—Operators are continuously performing condition assessments on your system. Thus data captured by operators is meaningful and provides a common operating picture for the utility enabling the following: CIP Project Prioritization; Maintenance Strategies; Mandated Reporting.
Embracing Operational & Maintenance Data to Influence Data-driven Decisions.
Jason’s presentation will address the following topic areas: Drivers that support the true adoption of Asset Management Programs within the municipal sector; The City’s journey towards data management; Tools and techniques to achieve more effective data-driven decisions; "Where the journey is taking us."
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PNCWA Position Papers:
PNCWA, through the hard worwk and expertise of its technical committees has been developing a series of Position Papers. Look for more, but here is a recent one on Climate Change.
PNCWA Position Paper: Climate Change (2015)
Climate Change Resiliency and Action for PNCWA Members
PNCWA’s mission statement includes promoting the advancement of science and technology needed to protect human health and the environment. Climate change is a profound challenge that directly impacts human health and the environment. This position paper summarizes information about climate change resiliency and action for PNCWA members.
Climate change is dramatically altering the world’s water environment, as evidenced through changing precipitation patterns, more severe droughts and floods, reduced mountain snowpack, more variability in streamflow, rising sea levels, and degraded water quality. PNCWA believes it is critical for local utilities and the water sector to responsibly manage water resources in our communities in order to minimize the impacts of climate change on the reliable water supply and water quality. PNCWA also believes it is vital for the water/wastewater sector to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions through reasonable energy conservation and renewable energy projects. Download and read the complete position paper on Climate Change.