Class A/B Operator Training
The state of Idaho provides UST Class A/B operator training through Tank Helper
. According to the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), Idaho A/B operator training consists of the following steps.
- A DEQ inspector visits the facility and identifies and explains each component of the UST system to the operator.
- The operator receives a site-specific management and recordkeeping binder covering only the equipment used at that facility.
- The operator takes the Tank Helper quiz. Upon passing the quiz, the operator receives his or her certification and is registered with the DEQ as a trained operator.
Class C Operator Training
In Idaho, Class A/B operators are responsible for training C operators. This should be done on-site by an A/B operator. They may use our training course and orientation checklist to guide them through Class C operator training.