The US EPA periodically publishes a list of states and how well they are achieving significant operational compliance, or SOC. In other words, what percent of all the tanks in each state are in compliance with release detection, spill/overfill prevention and corrosion protection requirements.
How does your state compare to others?
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We have over 500 slides of information for Class A/B operators that we pack into a five-plus hour training, and we can only imagine what the typical new operator must experience trying to slog though so much information.
We pride ourselves on making the UST regulations easy to understand by using pictures and stories, but still, how does a new operator come away inspired to be a better operator? Here is a 30,000-foot view of what we think are the most important things to know.
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Great news for busy Wisconsin Class A/B UST operators. We have a new training option: recorded webinar lessons.
Currently in Wisconsin, UST operators sign up for a webinar that we broadcast live. Feedback on the live option has been very positive and folks, especially new operators, say they like talking to a live person. However, scheduling can be a problem and some operators can’t afford to take a whole day off for training. We’ve had numerous requests for recording the lessons so users can watch at their leisure. Now that option is happening for Wisconsin operators. Go to the “Self-Paced” version of the Wisconsin course.
So now there are two training options
In case you missed the last newsletter, we’ve made some improvements to our Class C UST Operator Training course. We’ve expanded our course material to provide a more in-depth discussion on line leak detectors plus we added a whole new lesson on delivery overfills and safety. Our new online training platform (LMS or Learning Management System) now allows you to create your own private, branded account page and manage any number of users. Want to learn more? See www.USTtraining.com