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Compliance Assistance Classes: Rule 461 – Gasoline Transfer and Dispensing

The Rule 461 series provide attendees with a fundamental understanding of vapor recovery systems and other information necessary to comply with Rule 461 requirements.  Since each class is designed for a particular activity conducted under Rule 461 (PDF), please refer to the rule to determine which class or classes are required.

  • Daily Self-Inspection Class  
    This course is designed for GDF personnel who will be conducting daily maintenance inspections. Subjects covered during this training include: Rule 461 requirements, Phase I and II vapor recovery systems, inspection procedures, and equipment defect detection.  In addition to the classes offered by SCAQMD, there are also a number of outside trainers that have been approved by SCAQMD to provide this training. 

  • Annual Periodic Inspection Class  
    This certification course is intended for anyone planning to conduct the annual inspections required by Rule 461.  Subjects covered during this class will include: Rule 461 requirements, CARB Executive Orders, Phase I and II vapor recovery systems, SCAQMD permitting requirements, inspection procedures and equipment defect identification. Participants receiving a passing score of 70 or better on the course test will be issued auditor identification cards and be authorized to conduct annual inspections within the SCAQMD.

  • Vapor Recovery System Tester Orientation
    Regular testing of a gasoline dispensing facility's vapor recovery system ensures its proper operation and compliance with applicable CARB Executive Orders. Individuals must first complete this orientation training prior to conducting any testing in the SCAQMD. Subjects covered during this training include: CARB test procedures 201.3, 201.4, 201.5 and 201.6; EVR test procedures; testing equipment; and Rule 461 requirements for testing (notification and reporting). Upon completion of this course, participants will be issued identification cards and will be authorized to conduct testing at any facility within the SCAQMD.


Class Schedule:

  • Class meets at SCAQMD headquarters in Room CC6 from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

  • Check-in time is 8:00 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.

Class Title

Upcoming Scheduled Classes

Fees

Daily Maintenance Inspection1

Oct. 19, 2018 (Friday)

$162.38 

Periodic Compliance Inspection

Oct. 12, 2018 (Friday)

$177.71

Vapor Recovery System Tester Orientation

Aug. 17, 2018 (Friday)
Oct. 26, 2018 (Friday)

$168.96

  1. In addition to the classes offered by SCAQMD, there are also a number of outside trainers that have been approved by SCAQMD to provide this training.

Registration:

  • Pre-registration is required to attend this training; submit a completed registration form (PDF, 141kb) via US Mail with a check or money order, payable to SCAQMD.

  • No walk-in registrations.

  • Please contact Rule 461 Assistance at 909-396-3546 or email Rule461assistance@aqmd.gov for additional information.



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