Conn. Agencies Regs. § 22a-416-7 - Requirements for operators of wastewater treatment facilities

Current through March 4, 2022

(a) Any individual initially employed after the effective date of the wastewater treatment operator regulations as an operator other than a chief operator, shift operator, or process control operator at a wastewater treatment facility shall obtain a Class I certificate or higher within 24 months of beginning employment at such facility. Any individual who fails to obtain at least a Class I certificate within such time shall be ineligible to act as an operator after such time.
(b) Any individual whose employment as a chief operator, shift operator, or process control operator at a wastewater treatment facility commences or terminates after the effective date of the Wastewater Treatment Operator Regulations shall notify the commissioner in writing of such commencement or termination within 14 days thereof.
(c) Operator-in-training status for the applied class does not qualify an applicant to be a certified operator within that class.

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Conn. Agencies Regs. § 22a-416-7
Effective June 25, 1984; Amended June 5, 2000

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