Upcoming CARB Mobile Source Training Webinars

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October 25, 2021

Upcoming Regulatory Webinar Training

Free CARB Regulatory Training - End of the Year Schedule

MS555: New Programs and Regulations at CARB – NEW

The California Air Resources Board (CARB) has several new regulatory programs that will help the State become carbon neutral in the future. These programs are going through the public process designed to get input from people and industries affected by the eventual requirements. The class will cover the requirements of existing regulations and then the new programs that will eventually be in effect. The goals for this class are to cover the proposed program elements and elicit participation in the regulatory process.

These regulations are needed to meet federal and state ambient air quality standards as well as mandated timelines for reaching carbon neutrality in California.



MS504: In-Use Off-Road Diesel Vehicle Regulation

The Regulation for In-Use Off-Road Diesel-Fueled Fleets (Off-Road Regulation) requires fleet owners to report to the California Air Resources Board (CARB), label their off-road vehicles, and reduce emissions from older equipment.  This course provides detailed information to help fleet owners understand and comply with the Off-Road Regulation.

MS507: Transport Refrigeration Units

Transport Refrigeration Units (TRUs) are used on semi-trailers, truck vans, shipping containers, and rail cars. Most TRUs are diesel-powered. Although TRU engines are relatively small, significant numbers of these engines congregate at distribution centers, truck stops, and other facilities, resulting in exposure to diesel particulate matter (PM) and health risks to those that live and work nearby. To reduce the risks of exposure to diesel PM from TRUs, owners, operators, dispatchers, and distribution centers must comply with the TRU Air Toxic Control Measure (ATCM).


MS511.2: Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) Operation & Maintenance

Diesel Emission Control Strategies (DECS), including diesel particulate filter (DPF) technology, are in the forefront of California’s Diesel Risk Reduction Program.  Retrofit DPF’s have been verified by CARB to effectively reduce diesel emissions from diesel-fueled internal combustion engines by at least 85%.

This course briefly discusses the production of diesel emissions and their health effects; diesel emission control technology; DPF construction and application; and the maintenance necessary for successful DPF operation.

Date:               November 18, 2021
Time:               1:00 p.m.
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MS521.9: CARB Diesel Truck Rules - Compliance Options and Reporting Requirements for 2021 and Beyond

Do you own, operate, or dispatch heavy-duty diesel trucks in or to California?  Then you need to know that the California Air Resources Board (CARB) enforces air pollution regulations affecting all types of heavy-duty diesel vehicles operating in the State. If your vehicles are not compliant, you need to know what the current and future requirements are. If your vehicles are compliant, you may need to report to remain compliant. This course gives you information about how to comply with CARB diesel regulations and how to report to continue operating legally in 2021 and beyond.

Date:               November 4, 2021
Time:               1:00 p.m.
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MS522: Air Regulatory Overview for Public Agencies in California

The California Air Resources Board (CARB) has several regulations designed to reduce emissions from diesel vehicles and equipment operating in California. This course an overview of air regulations that public agencies in California have compliance requirements including:

  • Idling Limitations;
  • On-Road Public Fleet Regulation;
  • In-Use Off-Road Diesel Vehicle Regulation;
  • Periodic Smoke Inspection Program; &
  • Portable Equipment Registration Program (PERP). 

CARB staff has developed this training to educate public agency employees and fleet managers about the basic regulatory requirements for heavy-duty diesel vehicles and provide awareness on which elements of the regulations these agencies may be accountable for.

Date:               October 28, 2021
Time:               1:00 p.m.
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MS525: Compliance Overview: Truck & Bus Rule, Off-Road Regulation, and Portable Equipment

Course topics include the following:

Truck and Bus Regulation:

  • Regulation Applicability
  • Engine Model Year Schedule
  • Exemptions & Extensions
  • How to Report for Regulation Flexibilities
  • Broker and Dispatcher Requirements
  • DMV Registration

Periodic Smoke Inspection Program (PSIP):

  • Regulation Applicability
  • Program Updates

Advanced Clean Truck (ACT)

  • Manufacturers ZEV Sales Requirements
  • One-Time Reporting
  • Future ZEV Rules

In-Use Off-Road Diesel Vehicle Regulation:

  • Regulation Applicability
  • Requirements Currently in Effect
  • Future Compliance Deadlines

Portable Equipment Registration Program (PERP) & Airborne Toxic Control Measure (ATCM):

  • PERP Eligibility
  • Program Requirements
  • ATCM Program & Updates
  • Enforcement & Inspections

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