Hello Iowa Class A/B UST operators! Our course is now online and approved by the IA Department of Natural Resources (DNR). With a generous reimbursement from the Iowa UST Fund, this course is provided for free to the following Iowa UST operators: You must be within 4 hours travel time to ...
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Iowa Class AB Lesson 1 Introduction
Iowa Class AB Lesson 2 UST Operator Certification
Iowa Class AB Lesson 3 Basic UST Technology
Iowa Class AB Lesson 4 Release Detection for Tanks
Iowa Class AB Lesson 4-5 Release Detection for Piping
Iowa Class AB Lesson 5 Release Response
Iowa Class AB Lesson 6 Spill Containment
Iowa Class AB Lesson 7 Overfill Prevention
Iowa Class AB Lesson 8 Corrosion Protection
Iowa Class AB Lesson 9 Required Paperwork
Iowa Class AB Lesson 10 Your Operation and Maintenance Plan
Iowa Class AB Final Exam
This document contains everything you need to know to 1) get ready for the training, 2) follow along during the class, 3) prepare for the final exam and 4) have a reference manual for afterwards.
UST owners and operators must use this form when notifying IA DNR about a UST release.
This in-depth summary helps explain to first responsers how to identify and respond to a UST incident like a spill or leak.
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Use this helpful IA DNR form to verify the parts of your UST system are compatible with E10+ fuels
Use this form to notify IA DNR within 30 days after repair or replacement work is done to your UST system.
Use this form if you have impressed current cathodic protection to track volt and amp readings every 60 days (remember, we recommend every 30 days).
We are pioneers in UST training. Hence the name. We were the first in the nation to train Class A/B operators with state approved content on June 25, 2003, in Portland Oregon. Since then we’ve been the first to train in Montana, Kansas, Colorado, Nebraska, US Virgin Islands, Wisconsin, West Virginia, Puerto Rico (in Spanish), Guam and CNMI.
Our goal is to make you a better operator. Anyone can make a training course to meet certain standards but our goal is to go beyond compliance and always look for ways to make you a better operator. In all our courses we offer you hints, tips and practical advise at no extra cost.
We treat each customer as unique. Our customers come from all walks of life and have every type of UST system imaginable. We know everyone has a different situation and we strive to give each operator a personalized experience, whether you buy from us or not.
We love what we do. Folks often tell us they’re surprised at our level of enthusiasm when they call. In Jim Collin’s best-selling business book Good to Great, we aspire to two critical ingredients of a great company: to be the absolute best in the industry and to be unapologetically passionate about we do.
We offer free regulatory support. Call or email us anytime or send us a picture of something you don’t understand. We love to troubleshoot. If your question can be answered in less than 5 minutes (98% of the time), it’s free on us.
We always call you back. We try whenever possible to return calls and emails with the hour and nearly always within 24 hours.
We have loyal customers. Many of our customers are long-term UST operators who like what we offer and word gets out. So we rely on attraction rather than promotion. We’re proud to have built our customer base on referrals rather than traditional marketing and advertising.