PASS’ marina trainings (Class A/B and Class C) are supplemental courses and are designed to be taken in addition to a Class A/B or Class C operator training course. They do not provide operator certification upon completion.
PASS offers two UST/AST operator training courses written specifically for UST/AST operators at marina fueling facilities. The courses cover additional regulations and requirements that are applicable to marina fueling facilities with one or more USTs or ASTs.
This add-on training course educates C operators on requirements and components unique to marina facilities. These include docks, marina dispensers, and marina piping. C operators learn how to monitor boat fueling, how to use nozzle bibs or collars, and how to clean up fuel spills. U.S. Coast Guard reporting requirements are also covered.
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This chapter discusses systems and components unique to marina fueling facilities. These include docks, longer hoses and hose reels, docks, piping under docks, and piping transition points.
This chapter discusses what a C operator needs to know and do before, during, and after boat fueling.
Response & Reporting
This chapter helps Class C operators prepare for and respond to spills and releases at their marina facilities. This chapter provides information on the contents of a typical marina spill kit and specific marina spill reporting requirements.