2019 Water Institute; Dec. 9-11; French Lick Resort

Exhibitors- Equipment Expo- Non Exhibitors

Please see below for online registration

Vendor/Exhibitor- Registration Form

Vendor/Exhibitor- Online Registration

October 1, 2019 is the deadline for IRWA Associate Members priority placement registration for exhibits, equipment expo, and sponsorships. Exhibit and Equipment space will continue to be distributed on a “first paid, first served” basis, and subject to space availability. After the October 1st deadline, space will be opened for non-IRWA members. To hold your space, please send in your registration today!!

Utility Information and Registration

Utility- Registration Form
Utility Online Registration

General Information–

Sporting Clays Tournament

Sporting Clays Online Registration
Sporting Clays Registration Form (PDF)

Slot Machine Tournament

Slot Machine Tournament Online Registration
Slot Machine Tournament Registration Form (PDF)

Hotel Reservations —

Hotel reservations should be made directly with the French Lick Resort in French Lick, Indiana by calling 1-888-936-9360 and using the group code 1219IRW. Identify yourself as being with the Indiana Rural Water Association at the time the reservation is made in order to receive the special group rate.  The group rate of $125/night plus tax will be applicable until November 11, 2019, or until the block of rooms is sold out. Rooms reserved after the deadline are subject to regular room rates. Please note that the $125 room rate covers the Sunday before (December 8) and also Wednesday night (December 12) for those wishing to extend their stay.

MAKING RESERVATIONS ONLINE: A dedicated website is now available for Water Institute attendees to book their hotel rooms online. Reservations can be made anytime!

 

October 31, 2019; Confined Space Entry; Rossville, IN

Information covered in this workshop will be:
Confined space readiness is the first step to almost any job water and wastewater facilities face. Whether changing pumps, laying sewer lines, etc., the very first step is entering the confined space in which it is housed. To maintain the safety and
integrity of the water or wastewater system, operators and others performing these tasks need proper training on the step-by-step guides on getting in and out of
confined spaces.

Every person involved in the confined space entry (entrant, attendant, and entry
supervisor) must be trained in the hazards associated with a confined space, signs and symptoms of exposure, and the proper use of gas monitoring equipment and forced air blowers, among others.

This workshop will cover the following:

Introduction, Objectives, History of OSHA Standards
High Cost of Confined Space Deaths and Confined Space Standards
Protective Systems and How To Use Them
CSE Guidelines and Checklists
On the Job Use and Rescues

Registration Form (PDF)
Online Registration