Water Well Journal

January 2017

Water Well Journal

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Well disinfection requires a trained water well contractor who understands disinfection chemicals , their proper application procedures, and the rules and regulations under which to operate. Roger Miller, in "No Bleach!", page 25 Regardless of how difficult it is to measure, a firm's safety performance needs to be measured. Without measurement, accountability becomes meaningless. Jerome E. Spear, CSP, CIH, in "Measuring Safety and Health Performance", page 38 January PUNCH LIST The February issue of Water Well Journal will focus on ground source heat pumps and feature an article on geothermal jobs in urban settings. NGWA had already been working to make sure the priorities of the groundwater professionals — like regulatory reform, workforce development, and science-based decision making—will be highlighted . Lauren Schapker, in " The 2016 Election", page 10 The knowledge of biological fouling mechanisms with regards to well operation gives us the ability to make more informed decisions about maintenance . Eric Duderstadt, in "Knowing Well Microbiology", page 18 Federal law requires an employer to verify an employee's eligibility to work in the United States. Within three days of hiring a new employee, you must complete an employment eligibility verification form , commonly referred to as an I-9 form. Alexandra Walsh, in "Foreign Workers, Immigration, and Employee Eligibility", page 42 When we made the decision to go to full-length grouting on all our domestic wells, we found callbacks and complaints from customers dropped dramatically. Gary Shawver, MGWC, in " A View on Minimum Grouting Standards", page 30 waterwelljournal.com 60 January 2017 WWJ

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