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North Dakota UST Operator Certification RequirementsNorth Dakota UST Operator Certification Requirements

A/B operators in North Dakota are not considered trained and certified by the North Dakota Department of Health (NDDoH) until they have uploaded their certificate of training to the NDDoH website.  Here is what you need to do.

  1. Once you have completed PASS’ North Dakota Class A/B Operator Training course, save your operator training certificate to your computer as a .pdf file.  (To do this, click on the Certificate box in your PASS Training dashboard.  When the browser window opens to your certificate, click the  in the upper right corner of the screen and choose where you want to save the file.)
  2. Go to http://www.ndhealth.gov/wm/UndergroundStorageTankProgram/.
  3. Click the UST Online Services link.
    1. If you have NOT received a username and password from the NDDoH, click the New Operator tab and New Operator Application, then fill out the form and submit. You will receive an e-mail from the NDDoH with your username and password.
    2. If you have received a username and password from the NDDoH, click the Operator Training Login tab and Login to Operator Training. Enter your username and password and click Log In.
  4. Click Operator Training.
  5. The next page is titled Training Menu for YOUR NAME.
  6. In the Modules area, click the Go to Training link to the right of the module titled Introduction. On the next page, read through the sections and answer the questions.
  7. Repeat Step #6 for the modules titled Operator Training and Mandatory.
  8. On the Training Menu for YOUR NAME page, click Request Reciprocity.
  9. Under Reciprocity Source, choose your operator training certificate.
  10. For Reciprocity Date, choose the date on your certificate.
  11. Next to Submit Certificate By, choose Upload.
  12. Click the Choose File button next to File to Upload. This will open a new window allowing you to select the saved copy of your certificate.
  13. Click Submit Request for Reciprocity.

 

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