Drinking Water Security Video: Protection of Public Drinking Water Supplies The DVD or video may be ordered from EPA. To receive a copy, provide the document title and number (as shown below) as well as your complete mailing and contact information. There is a limit of 25 copies total per individual. DVD: EPA 816-C-05-900 VHS: EPA 816-V-05-900
U.S. Environmental Protection AgencyNational Service Center for Environmental Publications P.O. Box 42419MCincinnati, OH 45242Telephone: (800) firstname.lastname@example.org
Water System Security: First RespondersThis video describes communications/coordination procedures for first responders to a water emergency using the crisis management structure set out under the National Incident Management System.Edition: 2005 DVD
Water System Security: A Video Field Guide This award-winning video describes measures a water utility can take for better security against man-made threats. Purchase includes one copy of Water System Security: A Field Guide book. DVD
Wastewater Threat Document The document is designed for managers and operators of wastewater management systems to better understand and address potential vulnerabilities of, and threats to, their facilities. The document provides insight on two issues: (1) a process for identification of security vulnerabilities across wastewater management systems, and (2) threats to wastewater management system assets, on which system risk managers could base their vulnerability assessments. The document is available at no-cost by accessing www.waterisac.org.
Protecting the Water Sector from Security Threats WEF, in partnership with the National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA), the American Public Works Association (APWA), and the Association of Metropolitan Water Agencies (AMWA), has prepared this publication. The document provides an overview of the legal and policy framework that governs key aspects of security at drinking water and wastewater treatment facilities, and public works management overall.
Water 101 introduces students to the principles of water treatment and distribution as well as plant operations and management. This course also provides awareness-level information on drinking water regulations and security. The development of Water 101 was made possible by a grant from the USEPA.
Security Planning Series: AWWA, in conjunction with the US Environmental Protection Agency, has developed a three-course series to address procedures for securing your drinking water facility. This series consists of the following courses: Security Planning for Drinking Water Systems: An Operational Approach, Emergency Response Planning, and Security Hardware.
Active and Effective Water Security Programs: A Summary Report of the National Drinking Water Advisory Council Recommendations on Water Security, USEPA, Washington, D.C., Feb 2006.Summary report. Booklet