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certified by the State of Florida in water treatment plant
operations. There are four classes of certification:
The highest level of certification. Class A operators can
operate all public water systems.
Class B and
C Operate public water systems with varying levels of water
The most basic level of certification. Class D operators can
only operate small public water systems.
details, refer to the staffing tables in
Rule 62-699, Florida Administrative Code (F.A.C.).
management of the operation and maintenance of water treatment
plants and/or water distribution systems.
Submit to the
supplier of water, all required reports in the manner required by
the Department and
supplier of water as soon as possible after the discovery of any of
the circumstances described in subsection
Report to the
State Warning Point, the Department, or approved county health
department, and water customers in accordance with subsection
62-555.350(10) unless the supplier of water has written procedures
designating other knowledgeable staff to do so.
an operation and maintenance log.
and all non-transient non-community water systems are required to
have a certified operator.
non-community water systems with public food service and/or
preparation are required to have a certified operator.
View a list
of known certified operators for counties in the
Central District. If you or your operating company would like to
be included on the list, please notify the inspector for your