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Petroleum Mechanic Helper (PMH) Training Course

The Petroleum Mechanic Helper Training Course is an entry level course. Certification as a PMH is a prerequisite for certification as a PM.1, PM.2, PM.3 or PM.4. A person who holds a PMH certificate may, without supervision, replace fuel nozzles, spouts, hoses, breakaways, filters and belts on pumps and dispensers of petroleum products. The Petroleum Mechanic Helper Training Course is the theoretical portion of your training. At the completion of the course your practical experience and skills as a PMH must be signed-off by a currently licensed PM.1, PM.2, PM.3 or PM.4. There is a short test at the end of each chapter and a final exam administered by TSSA after completion of the course.


1. Introduction
2. Technical Standards and Safety Authority
3. Definitions
4. Liquid Fuels Handling Code - General Requirements
5. Liquid Fuels Handling Code - Record Keeping
6. Site Requirements
7. Pump and Dispenser Inspection and Maintenance
8. Safety
9. Clean up spills or leaks

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