Nebraska UST Operator Training
Our Certified UST Training Offerings
After passing the course, you’ll receive a certificate that can be downloaded and printed for your records.
Antea Group’s Class A/B and Class C underground storage tank (UST) operator training courses are approved by the Nebraska State Fire Marshal’s Office. After completing the training, you’ll receive a certificate that can be downloaded and printed for your records.
All courses will expire and must be completed within 90 days of purchase. Please also note to use Google Chrome or Firefox as your browser. Internet Explorer and Edge can have issues with some aspects of your course.
Antea Group’s Nebraska Class A/B UST operator training course is available on-demand, making it easy for you to complete anytime and anywhere. The course is self-paced, allowing you to stop and start as many times as you wish.
Depending on the user, the training typically takes approximately five hours to complete. In addition, your course purchase comes with a comprehensive handbook that can be downloaded and used for the 75-question, open-book exam following the training, as well as an on-the-job reference material.
Antea Group’s Nebraska Class C UST training course is available on-demand, and can be taken anytime and anywhere for your convenience. The course is self-paced, allowing you to stop and start as many times as needed. The training takes approximately 15 minutes to complete. As with most states, Class C training is facility-specific, so certification is only valid after signature approval by the Class A or Class B operator following a review of the UST system for your facility.
UST Training Requirements for Nebraska
Nebraska requires the training of all Class A and Class B operators through a state-approved courses. In addition, Class A and Class B operators must be retrained every five years. However, if a UST system is found to be out of compliance, the Fire Marshal may require retraining prior to the five-year retraining date. Antea Group’s combined Class A/B training course meets state requirements for both classes.
For Class C operators, Nebraska also requires initial training, which can be completed through a state-approved course. Retraining is required for Class C operators every three years, but if the facility is found out of compliance, retraining may be required prior to the three-year retraining date.
Reciprocity & Additional Resources
Nebraska only accepts certifications from other states when the State Fire Marshal has provided written documentation that the other training program has met the state training requirements. For more information on UST training requirements in Nebraska, visit: https://sfm.nebraska.gov/fuels-safety/underground-storage-tanks.