Technical Training and Support
Technical training includes reading and writing NEPA documents, ESA, HCP and LUP, HAZWOPER, and TRI information. Upcoming training will include sustainable building, writing ordinances, understanding PL280, pesticides, developing a TERC, and grant writing.
UST Class A & B Test Preparation Workshops Thursday January 5 and January 26, 2023 from 9:00am to 3:00pm.
- EPA developed class A and class B UST operator exams to primarily help UST system owners and operators in Indian country meet the 2015 federal UST regulation requirement that designated operators demonstrate knowledge. October 13, 2018 was the deadline for designated operators to verify compliance with the requirement to pass an exam. To be in compliance a tribal gas station manager must hold a Class A certification. Testing certificates/certification must be kept on file for federal compliance purposes.
- Class A operator is the person who has the primary responsibility to operate and maintain the UST system according to the UST regulations. Class A operator exam tests general knowledge of the UST regulations.
- Class B operator is the person who has day-to-day responsibility for implementing the UST regulations. Class B operator exam tests a more in-depth understanding of the operation and maintenance aspects of UST systems.
California Clean Vehicle Incentive Program for You and your Tribe Monday January 9, 2023 form 7:00p.m. to 8:00p.m.
Zoom Link: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/86425774828?pwd=Y3RuN09TTzI5Y0Mxc2luN2Q4T0tCQT09
We will be providing a workshop to share information on CALIFORNIA CLEAN VEHICLE INCENTIVE PROGRAM
These incentives, including incentives specifically for Native communities, can help you purchase, lease, and replace an older polluting vehicle. CLEAN CARS FOR YOU AND YOUR TRIBE, YOU MIGHT QUALIFY FOR UP TO $5000 TO HELP YOU BUY OR LEASE A CLEAN-AIR VEHICLE!
Let’s build a just healthy future for the next generation and for our communities today.
8- Hour HAZWOPER Virtual Refresher Course Tuesday January 17, 2023 from 8:00am to 4:00pm
We will be providing an 8- Hour HAZWOPER Virtual Refresher Course with Haztrain. This Course meets the requirements outlined in OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120 for 8 Hours of annual refresher training for workers who suspect the presence or believe they may come in contact with materials or items hazardous to their health. An 8- hour Refresher card will be issued to complement the 40- hour HAZWOPER requirements. Please be advised this is a Tribal Training Event and is open to Tribal employees, Tribal Community Members, and Organizations that work within the Tribal Community. For more information, please contact NAEPC at 951-296-5595