Our Business Account Management (BAM) tool makes us a convenient choice for Owners/Managers.
This feature allows owners and managers to assign training courses to all employees at their convenience. In addition to tracking completions, they can also manage orders. Buy only what you need, whenever you need it! You’re just one phone call away from convenience.
Nobody pays attention to a course that’s boring. If safety is involved, you want people to be focused.
Our Class C UST Certification course is fully narrated and has an animated virtual guide to make the course engaging and memorable. It uses the latest and greatest tools in eLearning technology to provide a seamless experience. Plus, it’s mobile-friendly!
Immediate proof to add to your records of EPA compliance and for state UST Inspectors.
Students can immediately download their certificate of completion to print out or attach in an email & send to owners or managers for quick and efficient record-keeping. No hassle, no waiting for it to come in the mail. After you finish, you’ll have proof of compliance!
Employees that work at a facility with an underground storage tank are required to take UST operator training based on their job responsibilities as required by the EPA.
What’s an online class without video and narration? BORING. Luckily, our UST Certification course offers the most current technology available! We do this so that it’s interesting, fun but most importantly… memorable. There’s no point in buying and taking a certification class if you’re not going to remember any of it. Remember, it’s YOUR responsibility to make sure emergencies are handled properly, and you show that you know how to take responsibility by taking this course. If you can’t remember what to do in an emergency, then the business can go up in flames and people can get hurt. Our course has a fun learning environment. Don’t just click through the material… Learn it! We use a video-based course to offer our students an engaging experience. This multifaceted approach allows the student the best method for them to learn and remember.
Who runs the shop when owners and managers can’t always be there? STAFF. It’s very important to have knowledgeable staff to make sure that everything goes smoothly since there are a number of risks involved with working at a gas station.
Here is what our 15-minute course covers:
Have you ever seen a movie where someone pours gasoline and throws a lit match into it as they watch the flames spread like wildfire? It goes to show that gasoline and its fumes are highly flammable. Gas stations are no exception. They are fire-prone locations where liquid gas, fumes, and static electricity are always present. This means that gas stations are extremely risky to work at, and if the proper safety precautions aren’t met, then property damage and deaths can occur. Unfortunately, there are over 5,000 gas station fires every year! This causes an average of 2 deaths, 48 injuries, and $20 million in property damage per year. That’s why it’s important to make sure everyone knows the proper safety procedures to ensure that customers, employees and property remain safe.
Regardless of whether you’re an owner, manager or employee at a service station, it’s important to protect your business. After all, it provides people with job security and offers a valuable service to the community.
In 2015, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) placed minimum training requirements for all UST Operators across the nation:
Each state may have their own set of requirements and need mandatory certification earlier than others. Check with your state’s policy.
Fast ONLINE registration, quick payment and immediate access. Our course is very easy to navigate and very easy to understand.
We do not compromise quality for convenience. We offer EASY, yet high-quality experiences for anyone from any age group.
Our courses are designed to fit any schedule. Start/Stop anytime, anywhere. Our courses are mobile friendly for easy access.
Business Account Management – Making it easy for managers to control bulk certifications.
Good employers always make sure that their employees know about the different hazards at the workplace and how to prevent emergencies that can happen at their location. Good employees should know how to deal with these situations properly in order to minimize risks and damages. That’s why it’s good business practice to give and receive proper training that covers procedures and policies that could save dozens of lives.
The Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970
While this act doesn’t specifically talk about gas stations, it’s important to recognize that the primary goal is to ensure that staff are able to respond in a timely manner to hazardous situations. (Read the Full Text)
In short, the act says…
(1) shall furnish to each of his employees employment and a place of employment which are free from recognized hazards that are causing or are likely to cause death or serious physical harm to his employees;
(2) shall comply with occupational safety and health standards promulgated under this Act.