Arizona Online Class A/B Operator Course
The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) provides this course (IN A CLASSROOM FORMAT) at no direct cost to Arizona UST Owners/Operators. Please click the button below to find a class in your area. If the ADEQ is requiring you to take non-compliance retraining, or you wish to request approval to take the Arizona Class A/B online course for free, you must contact Merry Boom at 602-771-4196 or for approval.
Petro Classroom designed this Class A/B Operator training to provide Class A/B Operators with an easy-to-use online training course that can be completed anytime, anywhere, in approximately 4 hours. There are 8 chapters that can be completed at your own pace. You can start, stop and return to the course as your schedule permits.
No final exam! At Petro Classroom, we understand how difficult it can be to try and retain 4 hours of information and then take a huge final exam. The Petro Classroom Class A/B Operator training is designed with mini quizzes throughout each chapter, so you learn a little and then take a quiz on the information you just learned. This format makes it easier to retain the information and successfully pass the quizzes. You must pass all the quizzes in each chapter with an 80% before moving on to the next chapter. If you fail a quiz, you can review the chapter and take the quiz again.
This course content not only meets, but exceeds the Federal Environmental Protection Agency and each state’s environmental agency requirements for the Class A/B training. Petro Classroom takes great pride in providing operators with the most up-to-date information regarding federal and state regulations. Please note, that as each state’s regulatory agency adopts the 2015 revised UST regulations, Petro Classroom has been and will be updating the training content accordingly.
Additionally, this course includes breakout sections for Operators of Generator USTs.
Class A and B Operators must complete the following 8 chapters in order to obtain their Class A/B Certificate of Completion:
Chapter 1: Introduction
Your increased awareness of compliance issues and the operation of your tank system will lead to decreased maintenance costs and increased profits for your facilities. You must complete all the chapters in sequence to receive your certificate of completion.
Chapter 2: Components of Tank Systems
This chapter is an in-depth look at the components of a tank system and common equipment issues that may cause leaks and require regular monitoring, maintenance and repair. This chapter also includes a breakout section for Operators of Generator USTs.
Chapter 3: Release Detection and Reporting
This chapter delves into the various methods of leak detection in compliance with state and federal law and the importance of proper installation and maintenance of monitoring equipment.
Chapter 4: State Requirements
This chapter will discuss the specific and unique requirements of the ADEQ.
Chapter 5: Temporary & Permanent Closure
This chapter discusses the rule requirements and recordkeeping for placing a tank in temporary closure or permanent closure and changing the service of a tank.
Chapter 6: Operator Training
This chapter defines the duties and responsibilities of the Class A, B and C Operators as well as the certification training and documentation requirements for each class of operators.
Chapter 7: Class C Operator Training
This chapter provides an overview of the tank field and the components of a tank system along with an in-depth look at emergency response procedures and the responsibilities of a Class C Operator. This is the actual course your Class C Operators will need to take in order to become Class C Certified. It is a great review on what the Class C Operator needs to know and what you as a Class A or B Operator are responsible for making sure they know. This chapter also includes breakout sections for operators of generator USTs and operators at marina facilities.
Chapter 8: Inspections
This chapter explains the purpose of inspections, what state inspectors will be looking for and what you should be looking for to keep your facility in compliance with all the state and federal underground storage tank requirements.