Backflow prevention certification is awarded to individuals who have received training on the various methods of protecting drinking water systems from the potential hazards associated with cross-connections and backflow. The training and certification may be provided by a government agency or a training program offered by a third party. You may need to pass an examination to demonstrate knowledge of the subject before certification is awarded.Continue Reading
Backflow prevention certification requirements vary by location. It is important to understand the specific requirements for your state, county or city. Contact your local public health department or public water supplier to determine what the requirements are for your community.
Attend the backflow prevention training that is appropriate for your location. The training may be provided by the health department or another government agency that is responsible for drinking water regulations. Training may also be provided by the public water supplier or a third party consultant. There may be a fee associated with the training.
At the end of the training, there may be a required test. Place your certification document in a secure location where you can access it when needed after successful completion of the program.