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arbcombo -- CARB Off-Road Diesel and Large Spark-Ignition Fleet Regulations Training, March-April 2013

Posted: 14 Feb 2013 16:30:38
The California Air Resources Board is now offering new dates for
Course 504: In-Use Off-Road Diesel Vehicle Regulation Training
and for Course 505: Large Spark-Ignition (LSI) Fleet Regulation
Training.   

Course 504 provides an overview of the Off-Road regulation,
including applicability, requirements currently in effect, future
compliance requirements, and an overview of the Diesel Off-Road
Online Reporting System (DOORS). Course 505 provides an overview
of the LSI Fleet Regulation, including applicability,
requirements currently in effect, compliance extensions, and
enforcement activities. ARB staff will also be available after
the classes to answer individual questions. There is no charge
for these courses.

Dates and locations for Courses 504 and 505: 

March 5,  West Sacramento, CA

March 20, Selma, CA

March 21, Bakersfield, CA

March 28, Victorville, CA

April 3,  Santa Rosa, CA

April 17, Riverside, CA

April 18, Alhambra, CA

Course 504 will be given in the morning and Course 505 
will be given in the afternoon on each of the dates listed
above. However, you must register for each course 
separately. For more information about these classes 
(including times and locations) and to register online, please 
visit the following websites: 

Course 504: 
https://ssl.arb.ca.gov/training/courses.php?course=504

Course 505: 
https://ssl.arb.ca.gov/training/courses.php?course=505

Background

ARBís regulation for In-Use Off-Road Diesel Vehicles (Off-Road
regulation) became effective under California law on June 15,
2008. This regulation is intended to reduce harmful emissions
from diesel powered construction and mining vehicles operating in
California.  Fleets were required to initially report their
off-road diesel vehicles to ARB in 2009 via the Diesel Off-road
On-line Reporting System (DOORS). In addition, fleet owners are
subject to restrictions on unnecessary idling and will be subject
to accelerated replacement requirements. In December 2011, major
amendments to the Off-Road regulation, which include delaying the
first compliance date to no earlier than January 1, 2014, became
effective.

If you have any questions regarding off-road reporting, please
contact the DOORS hotline at (877) 59-DOORS (877-593-6677) or by
email at doors@arb.ca.gov. For further information about the
Off-Road regulation, please visit the Off-Road regulation website
at: http://www.arb.ca.gov/ordiesel. 

On May 25, 2006, ARB adopted the In-Use Off-Road Large
Spark-Ignition Engine Fleet Regulation (LSI Fleet Regulation or
Regulation).  The LSI Fleet Regulation establishes fleet average
emission level standards for operators of in-use fleets of
forklifts, industrial tow tractors, industrial sweeper/scrubbers,
and pieces of airport ground support equipment (GSE) powered by
LSI engines.  The Regulation also establishes recordkeeping
requirements.

If you have any questions regarding the requirements of the LSI
Fleet Regulation, please call the LSI Fleet Regulation
information line toll-free at (800) 387-2992 or
mwilliam@arb.ca.gov.

For further information on ARBís diesel vehicle and equipment
regulations, please call the California Air Resources Board
Diesel Hotline at 866-6DIESEL (866-634-3735).  



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