Dust Control Training
If you are involved in a Dust Generating Operation, you are subject to rule 310. The following are some examples of dust generating
activities; Construction, earthmoving, bulk material handling. See complete list from 310 rule located here.
If your work involves processing nonmetallic minerals you are subject to rule 316. The following are some examples of rock product
processing; crushing, screening, bagging, asphalt, concrete. See complete list from rule 316 located here.
Site Superintendent or
(Site > 1 acre disturbed
surface area, but < 5 acres)
(Site1 ≥ 5 acres
disturbed surface area)
*or > 25 tons material/ HR
Dust Control Training Scenarios:
- If I am a construction water truck driver, I need to take the 310 basic training. If not able to enroll in 310 basic class, then 316 basic class can be substituted.
- If I am a construction superintendent, I need 310 basic or comprehensive training delineated in the above chart.
- If I am a water truck driver on 316 sites, I need 316 basic training.
- If I am a sand & gravel, asphalt or concrete plan site superintendent, I need 316 basic or comprehensive training delineated in the above chart.
Q: If I lost my ID, how do I request a new one?
A: Call (602) 506-6010
Q: How do I know when to sign up to get recertified?
A: Check your certification card/certificate for expiration date and make arrangements to sign up for a class at least a month or two before expiration. For class schedules and Training FAQ’s, please review the links below:
If you have any questions regarding dust control training, please call (602) 506-6010, Option 4