As you may know, one year from today, on October 13, 2018, the nation’s UST owners must have met a number of new Federal requirements. New compliance targets include:
UST owners have exactly one year to comply.
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With the release of the latest version of our online Class C UST Operator Training course, we want to remind our middle and large size customers that you can lease our course directly and run it on your company intranet. Chances are if your company runs and hosts a Learning Management System or LMS, you can save considerable time, money and resources through our lease option.
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Ben Thomas of UST Training will be headed to Chicago October 17-20 to attend Petroleum Equipment Institute at the NACS Show. Send me a text at 360-661-5497 and let’s connect!
And it’s not too late to register.
Ben is also honored to be moderating a session on Thursday October 19. Be sure to attend this important update on UST testing and fuel quality.
Fuels and Fuel Equipment
10:00 a..m. – 11:30 a.m.
McCormick Place Convention Center, S404
This fast-paced panel discussion will feature short updates from industry heavyweights and will allow plenty of time for you to ask questions. Key topics include the cause and cure for ULSD corrosion; the future of fuels; and essentials on two highly anticipated recommended practices revisions: PEI/RP900, Inspection and Maintenance of UST Systems, and PEI/RP1200, Testing and Verification of Spill, Overfill, Leak Detection and Secondary Containment Equipment.
Joining the panel is John Eichberger, executive director of the Fuels Institute, Brad Hoffman, chairman of the PEI UST System Inspection and Maintenance Committee; Edward S. Kubinsky, Jr., chairman of the PEI Overfill, Release Detection and Release Prevention Equipment Testing Committee; and Manuch Nikanjam, Ph.D., P.E., fellow and consulting engineer, Chevron, and chairman, Coordinating Research Council Diesel Section.
UST Training is always looking for ways to improve our customer’s experience. So we worked with our host Coggno to make it easier to distribute licenses to users among your company account.
Now when you buy multiple licenses for your Class A/B or C UST operator, when you login you are prompted to:
Check it out next time you log in.
You’d think after three decades of service in the UST industry that there wouldn’t be much in the way of new and updating talking points. But here at UST Training, we’re always looking ahead to help Class A/B and C UST operators plus UST inspectors look to improve UST compliance and safety.
So what’s new? Lots!
Have something new the UST community would find helpful? Let us know!
The Colorado Division of Oil and Public Safety’s UST Program has just published a great 5-page summary of the new UST rules that take effect 1/1/2020.
We’ve loaded the handout into our Colorado Class A/B UST operator training course so existing and new operators can login and get it under the Attachments tab.
You can also get a hyperlinked version of the document at the Colorado OPS web page. (Click on “Every 3 Years”).
UST Training is pleased to unveil our brand new web page! We’ve been working over the past year to improve how we deliver our training courses as well as our awesome UST resources library. Improvements include:
Ever wonder what a small pipe leak looks like?