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Training Course Descriptions
Iowa Propane Gas Association 2018 Training Descriptions
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Basic Principles & Practices Skills Assessment
1.0 Basic Principles and Practices of Propane Performance-Based Skills Assessment 2019
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Bobtail Delivery Operations Skills Assessment
2.2 Bobtail Delivery Operations Performance-Based Skills Assessment 2019
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CETP Certification Steps
NPGA CETP Certification - Easy as 1-2-3
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CETP Certification Candidate Information
NPGA CETP Certification Candidate Information and Evolution Map
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Proctor Registration Information
Purchasing Proctor Training, Taking Proctor Training, and Retrieving/Viewing/Printing Proctor Credentials
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Skills Evaluator Registration Information
Purchasing Skills Evaluator Training, Taking Skills Evaluator Training, and Retrieving/Viewing/Printing Skills Evaluator Credentials
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LP Informational Guide to Submitting Plans
This guide was produced to assist in conducting inspections/installations of LP tank installations and systems to determine code compliance in accordance with NFPA 58, 2014 edition, as formally adopted by the Iowa Administrative Code 661-226 (101).
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101.13 Liquefied Petroleum Gas Containers
If a liquefied petroleum gas container designed to hold more than twenty pounds of liquefied petroleum gas has the name, mark, initials, or other identifying device of the owner in plainly legible characters on the surface of the container, a person other than the owner or a person authorized by the owner shall not do any of the following.
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Iowa PERC 2019 Duty to Warn Materials Project
This brochure features important information including steps to take if you smell gas, odor fade, propane gas detectors, carbon monoxide safety, lighting of pilot lights and general appliance maintenance and safety tips.
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Iowa's Code for Liquefied Petroleum Gas: Chapter 226
Public Safety [661] Chapter 226, “Liquefied Petroleum Gas”, Amended for Application within the State of Iowa.
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Ag Exemption Information
Title 49 [Transportation] of the Code of Federal Regulations [CFR] Part 395 [HOURS OF SERVICE] provides regulations established by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration [FMCSA] imposed upon drivers of commercial motor vehicles. Certain exceptions are allowed for various conditions/operations, one of which is Agricultural Operations.
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2018 Winter Hours of Service
EXTENSION OF REGIONAL DECLARATION OF EMERGENCY UNDER 49 CFR § 390.25
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