Class C operator definition

Class C operator means an on-site employee who typically controls or monitors the dispensing or sale of regulated substances and who is the first line of response to events indicating emergency conditions.

Examples of Class C operator in a sentence

  • Training and documenting Class C operators to make sure at least one Class C operator is on site during operating hours.

  • A Class C operator must be present at the facility at all times during normal operating hours.

  • A Class C operator monitors product transfer operations to ensure that spills and overfills do not occur.

  • A Class C operator is an on-site employee who typically controls or monitors the dispensing or sale of regulated substances and is the first to respond to events indicating emergency conditions.

  • For Class C operator training, possession of a current certificate issued by the owner indicating that he or she has successfully completed training conducted by a certified Class A or Class B operator.


More Definitions of Class C operator

Class C operator means the individual or individuals designated by the permittee to have primary responsibility for responding to alarms, emergencies presented by releases or spills, and other problems associated with the operation of the facility. A “class C operator” may hold more than one class of operator position.
Class C operator means one who operates an asphalt paver, concrete finishing machine, concrete paver, scale, spreader (self-propelled), concrete grinder, asphalt milling machine, or boring machine (horizontal); and is further defined as follows: