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Alaska Class A/B UST Operator

$175.00

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Alaska Class A/B UST Operator

This online course is designed to train and certify Alaska Class A and B Underground Storage Tank Operators. This self-paced course allows the student to start and pause the training during its delivery. The course must be completed within 6 months of its start. The course utilizes visual aids and audio commentary to facilitate the efficient and comprehensive learning of the subject matter required to meet Alaska's state regulations for an UST Class A or B Operator. The training course has been approved by the State of Alaska, Department of Environmental Conservation, as a means for gaining Alaska Class A or B Operator Certification.

Topics Covered

The following topics are covered in this course:

  • Class A, B and C Operator roles and responsibilities
  • Overview of UST systems
  • UST operator requirements
  • Release detection
  • Record keeping
  • Release reporting, confirmation, and corrective action

Learning Objectives

The overall objective is to educate the prospective Class A or B operator on the State of Alaska and USEPA Federal Regulations governing the operation of underground storage tanks. The course will prepare students to take the online Alaska Class A or B UST Operator Exam.

Seat Time

Approximately 3 hours of video plus Testing. There is a 60-question evaluation at the end of the course. Students are required to pass the evaluation answering a minimum of 75% of the questions correctly.

Course Completion

Upon completion of the course, a Certificate of Completion can be downloaded.

Pre-requisite

None.

End of Course Instructions

Congratulations! You have successfully completed the Alaska UST Operator Training and Certification Course. A Certificate of Course Completion can be downloaded and printed as documentation. Ensure that your certificate contains all appropriate information per respective fields.

Class C: Alaska UST regulations allow for Class A/B operators to be inclusively certified as Class C operators by virtue of completing the higher-level Class A/B training.


Here are some pictures taken during a recent project TAIT did in Alaska.