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  1. Municipal CMOM Program Components Capacity (assurance) Management Operations Maintenance October 9, 2008 CMOM Workshop

  2. What we cover today: • Asset Management Plan • Stipulation requirements • District Rule requirements • Objectives • Process • Resources • References • Overflow Response Plan • Stipulation requirements • District Rule requirements • Objectives • Process

  3. What we will cover in the future • Root Cause Failure Analysis • Communications Plan • Audit Plan • Other issues as requested

  4. CMOM Cycle

  5. Things that help insure successful CMOM activities. . . • Involve Entire Organization in CMOM Planning • Establish Structure for CMOM involvement • Set Priorities for Closing Gaps • Recognize Importance of Asset Management in Achieving CMOM Goals • Insure good decision making

  6. Program Goals Program Objectives Program Strategies Performance Measures Supporting Data Goals, Objectives, and Strategies Hierarchy

  7. Components of the Municipal CMOM program • Management Plan • Overflow Response Plan • System Evaluation and Capacity Assurance Plan (SECAP) [if required] • Communication Plan • Audit Plan

  8. Satellite Stipulation (Case No. 2005-CX-000013)

  9. District Stipulation (Paragraphs 6&7)Highlights • Acknowledge reduction in SSOs • SSOs still exist • District’s system and • satellite municipalities’ systems • CMOM • tool to continue to reduce sanitary overflows • Regional CMOM program components (more on next slide)

  10. District Stipulation (Paragraphs 6&7)Highlights (continued) CMOM Components • Management Plan • Goals • Organizational structure • Legal authority • Design criteria • Benchmarking data and performance measures • Asset Management Program (significant effort) • Programmed maintenance • Tracking asset condition

  11. MMSD Rules • 3.105 Capacity Assurance, Management, Operations, and Maintenance Programs • (1) No later than June 30, 2009, governmental units shall establish systematic and proactive programs for capacity assurance, management, operation, and maintenance for their sewerage systems.

  12. More rules. . . • 3.106 District Review • (1) Governmental units shall submit to the District for review the program management, overflow response, communications, audit, sewer system evaluation and capacity assurance, and infiltration and inflow management plans required by sec. 3.105, according to a schedule established by the District and provided to the governmental unit.

  13. Rule 3.105 (in part) Addressing Asset Management: • maintain local sewer system plans • maintain records of the physical attributes and the condition • pro-actively clean public sanitary sewers • pro-actively assess the condition and performance of public sanitary sewers • pro-actively repair, replace, and rehabilitate public sanitary sewers

  14. What we cover today: • Asset Management Plan • Stipulation requirements • District Rule requirements • Objectives • Process • Resources • References • Overflow Response Plan • Stipulation requirements • District Rule requirements • Objectives • Process

  15. Asset Management - Defined An integrated set of processes to minimize life-cycle costs of infrastructure assets, at an acceptable level of risk, while continuously delivering established levels of service costs risk levels of service

  16. OBJECTIVES Level of Service • Conveyance • Basement Backups • Customer Service • Customer Satisfaction

  17. OBJECTIVES Cost • Minimize total cost of the collection system assets while achieving all other program goals • Implement a system to manage and report cost data related to collection system assets

  18. OBJECTIVES Risk • Pipe failures • Gravity Main Blockages • Pump station downtime

  19. Process • Know your assets • Prioritize • Perform Condition Assessment • Develop Long Range Plans • Integrate information systems

  20. Know your assets • Location • Size • Material • Capacity • Installation

  21. Prioritize • Institutional knowledge • Risk Management • Consequence of failure • Probability of failure

  22. Condition Assessment • NASSCO standards for pipes/manholes • Guidelines (available on MMSD website) • Mechanical/electrical equipment inspections • Record and track information

  23. Develop long-range plans • Condition monitoring • Maintenance • Rehabilitation • Replacement Inspect/test frequency Additional tests? Clean more frequently? Lubrication schedule Replacement schedule

  24. Integrate information systems • Asset identifiers • Asset hierarchy • Cost information • Work information

  25. Update • Evaluate the program • Revise objectives • Re-evaluate priorities • Adjust long-range plans

  26. Resources • Developing the plan • Know your system • Prioritizing • Condition Assessment • Long range plans

  27. http://www.epa.gov/OW-OWM.html/assetmanage/ • MMSD website • PO TO ADD MORE

  28. International Infrastructure Management Manual • Water Environment Federation • Water Environment Research Foundation

  29. MMSD Website

  30. District Stipulation (Paragraphs 6&7)Highlights (continued) CMOM Components (continued) • Overflow Response Plan • Measures to protect public health and environment • Public Notification • Permit Reporting • Measuring and monitoring steps during an overflow event

  31. Rule 3.105(1)(i) Develop and implement an overflow response plan, which shall include procedures for identifying local overflows and incidents of basement flooding, mitigating their duration and volume, identifying their cause, determining the actions necessary to prevent their recurrence, and notifying the District.

  32. Rule 3.105(1)(i) (proposed revision) Develop and implement overflow response and emergency response plans. The overflow response plan shall include procedures for identifying local overflows and incidents of basement flooding, mitigating their duration and volume, identifying their cause, determining the actions necessary to prevent their recurrence, and notifying the District.The emergency response plan shall include procedures for identifying the location and type of an emergency, notifying appropriate personnel, mitigating adverse effects, and implementing corrective action.

  33. What we cover today: • Asset Management Plan • Stipulation requirements • District Rule requirements • Objectives • Process • Resources • References • Overflow Response Plan • Stipulation requirements • District Rule requirements • Objectives • Process

  34. Objectives • Knowledge • Communication • Response • Documentation

  35. Knowledge • Caused by wet weather • Caused by system issues

  36. Communication • Internal • External • Regulatory • Public • Special

  37. Response • Containment • Cleaning • Pumping • Spare parts

  38. Documentation • Notice • Actions • Analysis

  39. Update • Evaluate the program • Improve awareness • Improve communications • Revise response

  40. Resources • Developing the plan • Knowledge • Communication • Response • Documentation

  41. Discussion/Questions Debra Jensen (MMSD) - (414) 225-2143 - Djensen@mmsd.com Patrick Obenauf (MMSD) - (414) 277-6362 - Pobenauf@mmsd.com