Backflow Testing Certification

May 17, 2015
In addition to the field test

Backflow Prevention Assembly Tester Certification Program

The Backflow Prevention Assembly Tester is needed by administrative authorities throughout North America to assure that installed backflow prevention assemblies continue to protect the drinking water. The American Backflow Prevention Association (ABPA) Certification Committee (previously know as the Training Committee or the Training and Education Committee) completed the task of establishing criteria for what a Backflow Prevention Assembly Tester needs to know. Once a person has been trained, an examination protocol had to be developed to verify the applicant's knowledge against need to know criteria. The applicant must also be able to demonstrate their ability to test and diagnose the operation of the different types of backflow prevention assemblies. The ABPA Backflow Prevention Assembly Tester Certification Program has adopted the field test procedures published in the Manual of Cross-Connection Control, Tenth Edition. This manual is published by the University of Southern California's
I lost my certificate or wallet card. How do I replace it?
To replace your lost certificate or wallet card, you can fill out the ABPA Certification Re-print Form and either email, fax, or mail the form to us. The replacement for either the certificate or wallet card is $20.00 each. Every application must be submitted with a non-refundable payment.
Source: www.abpa.org
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