The Hawai`i UST operator training deadline is:
Monday, December 9, 2013
Hawai`i’s UST regulations went into effect on August 9, 2013 and state that all UST operators in the state of Hawai`i must be designated and trained by December 9, 2013. Don’t risk fines and penalties for non-compliance! PASS’ Hawai`i Class A/B and Class C courses include the Hawai`i-specific regulatory requirements you need to know, and have been approved by the Hawai`i Department of Health. In addition, you can take our training courses anywhere there is a computer and an internet connection. You don’t need special software or equipment, and you don’t need to travel.
PASS’ CLASS A/B COURSE takes approximately 4 hours to complete. It is divided into 8 chapters, each of which is followed by a quiz. You can stop and start the training at any point. After you have finished all chapters and quizzes, you will take a final exam of 100 questions, which must be completed in one sitting. Once you achieve a score of 80% or higher (and you can take the exam multiple times without additional charge), you will be prompted to print out your certificate.
PASS’ CLASS C COURSE takes about 40 minutes to complete. It has 7 chapters, each of which is followed by a quiz. You can stop and start the training at any point. There is no final exam with this course. Instead, you will print out a facility orientation checklist which you will complete during your orientation to your facility. Once this is complete, you can print your certificate.
Don’t wait until it’s too late!