Texas UST Class A/B Operator Training →

Posted by - UST Operator Training

We’ve heard some rumblings lately about a new training being available that takes two hours to complete and has no final exam, but after some research it’s nothing more than a bit of marketing hype. TCEQ doesn’t require any training provider to have a final exam, so most, including PASS, do not. Also, we aren’t… Read more »

Florida Sunshine Expo 2016 →

Posted by - General, Tradeshows, UST Operator Training

PASS at the 2016 Florida Sunshine Expo Raymond from PASS attended the Florida Sunshine Expo last weekend.  Raymond talked with many existing clients and added a few more.  PASS was pleased to partner with Marathon Oil at their booth again this year.  PASS works with Marathon Oil to supply UST Operator Training along with PASS Tools/ Inspection services…. Read more »

PASS Training Accounts Clean-Up →

Posted by - PASS LMS, UST Operator Training

During a recent clean-up of our PASS Training accounts, we noticed quite a few duplicates, which can cause many problems for all of us. Multiple Company Accounts Sometimes students will register a company rather than logging in with their usernames and passwords, creating a second, different account for the company.  A Company account should only be registered once.  If… Read more »

New Resources for UST Regulations Launching Today →

Posted by - General, Regulatory Updates, UST Inspections, UST Operator Training

After months in the making, we are excited to unveil our new State Regulatory Resource Center, a brand new set of resources for UST regulations. Many of you are familiar with our existing state-specific pages, but today we are improving and expanding the information we provide. In addition to tracking regulatory departmental details and the general availability of UST Operator Training,… Read more »

Illinois UST Operator Retraining →

Posted by - UST Operator Training

Does your UST operator certificate expire this year? The State of Illinois requires all UST operators (Class A, Class B, and Class C) to be retrained every 2 years.  The initial training deadline of August 8, 2012 meant that Illinois operators needed to retrain in 2014 and now need to retrain in 2016. If you… Read more »