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OM360 creates customized web based courseware that is sophisticated yet easy to use for an array of equipment and processes. We build a secure and unique training website for you that is accessible only by your employees. Your managers can access online training records to create reports and track the training of your employees.

OM360’s technology will help you capture your institutional knowledge, transfer that knowledge to your staff, and provide you with the tools to manage your staff’s training progress.

OM360’s online training reduces the overall cost of training because it is available on demand without the need to travel or to hire a professional trainer. Also, our courseware preserves your training programs for future use by new hires and by any personnel who want to take refresher courses.

Customized online courseware with online testing provides your personnel with the opportunity to demonstrate their proficiency on the equipment and processes that they actually use. When your staff completes their training and passes their tests, you have established accountability in the workplace.

360water, Inc., is the parent company to OM360, and it was developed by water and wastewater industry people to solve problems involving the transfer of knowledge to plant staff. Public utilities use this service to solve one of the biggest problems in the industry: utility workforce brain drain while maintaining and operating billions of dollars in assets. OM360 offers this problem solving technology for industries beyond water and wastewater.

OM360’s core capabilities include technology based services to develop customized operation and maintenance training for municipal, county, and state entities, as well as private industry.

  • Wastewater Treatment
    • Alfa Laval Decanter Centrifuge, Course 1
       

      This is the first course of two devoted to the Alfa Laval Decanter Centrifuge for the Downriver WWTP. In this course, we will examine the key components of the centrifuge and its operation. In the next course, we will discuss lubrication, maintenance, and cleaning of the Decanter Centrifuge.

    • This is the second course of two devoted to the Alfa Laval Decanter Centrifuge for the Wayne County WWTP. In this course we will examine the lubrication, maintenance and troubleshooting of the Decanter Centrifuge.
    •  This course is dedicated to the AMIAD Self-Cleaning Strainers located in the Pump Room of the Membrane Filtration Building at Bossier City WTP. We begin the course with an introduction to the Pump Room and relevant equipment. We then introduce the strainers and discuss their major components. Next, we go over the manufacturer’s recommended safety precautions. Then, we cover important control panel components, operation procedures, and maintenance requirements. We also discuss system faults and how to correct them. A summary is provided at the end of the course to review the important concepts.
    • This is the first course of two devoted to the Andritz Thickening Centrifuges for the Southerly WWTP. In this course we will examine the key components of the centrifuge and its operation. In addition, we will cover various “dos and don’ts” concerning operation. In the next course we will discuss lubrication, troubleshooting, and maintenance of the Thickening Centrifuges.
    • In this first of two courses devoted to the Ashbrook Klampress used in the Canton WRF, we will start out by introducing the Klampress and its location in the plant. Next, we will take a look at each of the main components important to the operation of the Klampress. We will then move on to a section devoted to various checks and inspections required prior to equipment operation. We will conclude with a section on the operation of the Klampress. In the second course we will take a look at the maintenance and troubleshooting.
    • In this second of two courses devoted to the Ashbrook Klampress used in the dewatering process of the Canton WWTP, we will begin by reviewing the Klampress and how it functions. Next we will go over the maintenance discussion with specific maintenance instructions for each component of the Klampress. Concluding this course will be a section on troubleshooting for the Klampress and its components.
    • This course is specifically written for the Eimco Clarifiers installed at the Southerly WWTP in Columbus, OH. There are many pieces of information vital for the safe and proper operation, maintenance, and troubleshooting of the clarifiers. The topics in this course will help prepare the user to perform all of these tasks for this equipment safely.
    • This course is devoted to the Eimco Jeta Grit Traps for the headworks of the Southerly WWTP. In this course, we will examine the basic working principles and components of this system. Equipment safety, and warranty information will be presented. Operational procedures will be discussed, along with equipment maintenance. In addition, a troubleshooting section for the equipment will be presented.
    • This course is dedicated to the Flygt Submersible Solids Handling Pumps at the Baton Rouge Choctaw Storage and Pump Station Facilities. We begin the course with an introduction to the pumps and their locations throughout the plant. We then go into detail about the pumps and their major components. Next, we discuss necessary safety precautions that operators must follow while working with the equipment. We then describe the operating procedures, as well as the major maintenance tasks and procedures that must be performed. We also provide troubleshooting information for potential problems, their potential causes, and corresponding solutions. A summary is provided at the end of the course to highlight the important concepts.

    • Introductory to a Development of a Quality Assurance/ Quality Control Plan - WWTR

      Assurance that the Water Treatment Plant is producing water that is safe for human consumption is the goal for a Water Treatment Plant and laboratory Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan (QA/QC). The goal for a Wastewater Treatment Plant laboratory Quality Assurance/Quality Control Plan (QA/QC) is the assurance that the discharged treated wastewater will not harm the biota within and around the surface water (streams, rivers, lakes) and is treated sufficiently for a Water Treatment Plant to draw from and produce drinking water safe for human consumption.

    • This is the first of two course modules devoted to the Ozonia UV Aquaray System at the Marysville Water Reclamation Facility. In this course we will introduce the main components of the system and discuss how UV disinfection works. Next we will talk about the operation of the equipment such as startup and shutdown. Following the operation section, we will learn about the maintenance of the equipment and provide a recommended maintenance schedule to follow. Lastly, we will learn about some common troubleshooting scenarios such as a com link failure. In the other course module devoted to the UV system, we will learn how to operate the Local Operator Interface.
    • This course module is devoted to the Local Operator Interface for the Ozonia UV Aquaray System at the Marysville Water Reclamation Facility. In this course, we will introduce the Aquaray equipment, its location at the plant, and the UV disinfection process. Next, we will learn about the Local Operator Interface screens such as the Module Screen and the Configuration Screen.

    • The purpose of this course is to examine how Southerly Wastewater Treatment Plant (SWWTP) treats wastewater. The course separates the plant into two separate flows: wet and solids. Both flows are further separated into the main buildings or tanks where the processes that treat the wastewater take place. The course will give Southerly WWTP staff a plant-wide view of how the plant works.
    • This course is devoted to the Tertiary Filters serving the Western Regional Water Reclamation Facility, in Montgomery County, Ohio. In this course, we will introduce the equipment by describing a brief history of Tertiary Filters followed by a detailed system description. We will discuss various operating procedures such as bypassing and backwashing a filter. Finally, we will go over troubleshooting procedures like what to do if there is high headloss through the filter bed.

    • This course is specifically written for the Thickening Centrifuges installed at the Jackson Pike WWTP in Columbus, OH. There are many pieces of information vital for the safe and proper operation, maintenance, and troubleshooting of the thickener. The topics in this course will help prepare the user to perform all of these tasks for this equipment safely.
    • This operator education course describes the nature and scope of the trickling filter system as it relates to wastewater treatment processes. The trickling filter process is discussed, the features and functionality of the trickling filter are examined, slime growth management is briefly discussed, and equipment start-up and operation are explained.
    • This course is devoted to the Trojan UV 3800K-1 Disinfection unit installed at the Mamou WWTP. This course provides an overview of the system, safety concerns, and a description of how UV disinfection works. The course provides start up and shutdown information. Maintenance and troubleshooting instructions are also included.

    • This is the first course of two devoted to the Turblex Single Stage Blowers for the Wooster WPCP. In this course, we will examine the major working components of these blowers and their functions. An overview of how the system works as a whole will be presented along with operating procedures and detailed descriptions of the many screens of the user interface for the Local Control Panel.

    • This is the second course of two devoted to the Turblex Blowers for the Wooster WPCP. In this course we will take a look at the remainder of the operating procedures for this blower system. Then we will examine the maintenance requirements, including lubrication and routine inspection. Finally, several troubleshooting scenarios will be presented for this Turblex system.
    • This is the first course module of three devoted to the Wedeco UV System at the Polk Run WWTP. In this course, we'll take a look at the working components of the system and examine the function of each part. Operational processes and safety concerns will be highlighted.
  • Water Treatment
    • This Contact Hour defines hardness as it relates to drinking water and discusses some of the associated problems. The precipitation softening process for drinking water treatment is also discussed with an emphasis on the chemistry of softening.

    • This operator education course will explain the basic types of membrane operations available for water treatment and will focus specifically on Reverse Osmosis and Nanofiltration membrane elements.
    • This course is devoted to the Lime Feeding System at the Wooster WTP. In this course, we will go over a brief introduction to the equipment such as the general principles of lime slaking and the system components. Next, we will discuss the safe operation and maintenance of the equipment. We will learn procedures such as startup, shutdown, and lubrication.

    • This course is dedicated to the Pall Pressure Membrane Filtration System at Bossier City Water Treatment Plant. We begin the course by discussing the design and function of the system and its major components. We then cover all necessary safety precautions that operators must take while working with the equipment. Next, we describe the major operating procedures, important system processes, and shutdown procedures. Then, we look at preventative maintenance tasks and troubleshooting information. A summary is provided at the end of the course to highlight the important concepts.
  • Collections
    • This course is devoted to the Gorman-Rupp 13th St. N.W. Lift Station. In this course, we will introduce the pump station by describing its functions and components. Next, we will discuss how to safely operate and maintain the pump station. We will discuss operation and maintenance of the level control system and standby power system. Finally, we will go over various troubleshooting procedures for the pump station components.

    • Gorman-Rupp T-Series Pump and Pump Station Course

      This course is devoted to the Gorman-Rupp T-Series Pumps and the Gorman-Rupp Pump Stations where they are used. In this course, we will introduce the pumps, motors, and automatic air release valves. We will discuss operation and maintenance such as starting, stopping, and lubrication. Finally, we will go over some common troubleshooting scenarios.

    • Highway 28 West Lift Station B Course

      This course module is devoted to the Smith & Loveless CAPSULAR Pump Station. In this course, we will go over a brief introduction to pump stations and the centrifugal pumps used. We will also go over safety and operation procedures for these pump stations. Next maintenance and troubleshooting will be discussed before a summary highlighting the entire course

    • Lift Station Pump Course

      This course is devoted to the Pumping Stations for ACUA. In this course we will learn about the different types of pump stations as well as their components such as the level control systems and the liquid rheostat. Next, we will learn about the pumps used and their components such as the impellers and mechanical seals. Finally, we will discuss some troubleshooting scenarios for the pumps like what to do if there is a high level warning.

    • This course is devoted to the Real-time Control (RTC) system for the Louisville and Jefferson County Metropolitan Sewer District, provided by BPR-CSO.

  • Safety
    • 910 Dublin Road SPCC Training

      This course provides training on the Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasures (SPCC) Plan for the City of Columbus Department of Public Utilities Complex, located at 910 Dublin Road, Columbus, Ohio. The purpose of the Plan is to prevent oil discharges from occurring and prepare to respond in a safe, effective, and timely manner to mitigate the impacts of a discharge. We begin the course with an overview of the Plan and its provisions. We then go over general facility information and spill flow patterns. Next, we describe the oil storage containers used at the facility and their containment requirements. Then, we list discharge prevention practices according to the SPCC provisions. Finally, we go over the necessary inspections, tests, records, and training requirements. A summary is provided at the end of this course to review the important concepts.

    • Treatment plant safety reflects literally thousands of hazards. Preparation for all hazards, regardless of their chance of occurring in one’s particular circumstances, is an almost impossible task. However, implementation of an accident investigation program can effectively focus a facility on safety issues. Accident investigation should include thorough investigation, reasoned analysis, and follow-up actions.
  • Electrical
    • This course is devoted to the Siemens Switchboards for the Trickling Filter Effluent and Recycle Pumps. This course identifies the locations of the breakers as well as the pumps and their adjustable frequency drives (AFDs). There are two different types of breakers. Each type is shown and the components described. In addition, the Main and Tie circuit breakers, used to switch the equipment to different circuits if necessary, are described. Operating, maintenance, and troubleshooting information are also provided.
      This course is devoted to the Wet Weather Pump Variable Frequency Drives. In this course, we will describe where the VFD’s are located and an overview of their function. Next, we will discuss various safety items pertaining to the VFD’s. After the safety section, we will learn how to access and change the VFD parameters as well as perform maintenance to the VFD. Finally, we will go over some troubleshooting problems such as looking up fault descriptions and replacing the drive. (OEPA Code: 360water-S000619-OM)
  • Utility Mgmt for Local Officials
    • Utility Mgmt for Local Officials Part 1: Managerial Capability CourseThis is one of three courses dedicated to the Utility Management for Local Officials training from the Ohio Rural Community Assistance Program (RCAP). In this particular course, we will cover managerial capability. We begin with an introduction to RCAP and managerial capability. We then discuss various legal responsibilities and specific legislation. Next, we cover administration duties and the importance of planning, especially for emergency situations. We conclude the course with guidelines to maintain managerial capability and provide a summary for review. This is one of three courses dedicated to the Utility Management for Local Officials training from the Ohio Rural Community Assistance Program (RCAP). In this particular course, we will cover technical capability. We begin with an introduction to RCAP and technical capability. We then discuss various legal responsibilities and specific legislation. Next, we cover the technical information operators should know. Then, we discuss how to determine the systems adequacies, such as source water quality, distribution systems, and management staff. Finally, we provide information regarding safety and security measures that are required for water treatment systems. A summary is provided at the end of the course to highlight some of the important concepts.
  • Misc
    • This course is devoted to the Vactor 2100 Plus. This truck is used by the Department of Public Utilities to clean and unclog sewer lines throughout the city. In this course we will introduce the vehicle by looking at its designed operation before learning the vehicle operations.

    • This course on the WAM software focuses on Work Order. Specifcally, it shows you how to open the Work Order module; the field types within the module; how to search for work order; and how to create a new Work Order.
  • Straight-To-Test
    • This test has been written to assess users on the Hydro-Thermal Steam Injection System used for the Digesters located at the Southerly WWTP serving Columbus, Ohio. This test will cover the key components of the steam injector as well as its basic operating principles. We will also cover maintenance procedures and troubleshooting techniques to ensure problem free operation.
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