Please bring the instructor details of what Minnesota Boiler Operator License the participant is seeking.
Tuesday and Wednesday, June 22 & 23, 2021
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Lake Superior College's Emergency Response Training Center
11501 Highway 23
Duluth, MN 55808
Note: This is an exam preparation course. To register for the exam itself, please go to the MN Department of Labor and Industry website: https://www.dli.mn.gov/workers/boiler-engineers .
Cancellations must be made two business days prior to the class in order to receive a refund.
Important COVID-19 Self-Assessment Requirement:
To protect the health and safety of students, employees and guests/community members from the threat resulting from the spread of COVID-19 to the extent reasonably possible, Minnesota State will be requiring mandatory web-based self-screening of all employees, students, contractors, and visitors prior to entering campus buildings for potential exposure to COVID-19 and symptoms of COVID-19 using a new electronic screening tool
. This goes into effect starting on Monday, August 10, 2020.
It’s a quick, simple and completely online at http://minnstate.edu/CV19-LSC
(we have also put a re-direct link right off our main LSC website lsc.edu/covid19selfassessment). You can complete it on your phone or on most electronic devices.
To start the assessment, you must identify what type of group you are visiting the college from.
Who is required to use the tool?
Everyone who plans to visit any facility within the Minnesota State system, including all students, employees, visitors, contractors, and vendors, must complete the self-assessment before they arrive each day they will be on campus or at the workplace for longer than 15 minutes. This applies to all 54 Minnesota State campuses and the system office. Students who live on campus are required to complete the assessment every morning.
How does the tool work?
The tool will be available from the website of each college and university and MinnState.edu, and will be accessible from any device capable of interacting with a web page including most handheld devices. Users will be guided through a series of questions to identify COVID-19-related health risks. Individuals who pass the self-assessment will receive an email that reflects approval -- anyone may be asked to show this email upon entering campus or the workplace, or at the beginning of a class. The application will inform individuals who do not pass the self-assessment that they should not come to campus or the workplace and will display campus-specific contacts and guidance on steps to take in order to protect health and safety.
What if an individual doesn’t have access to the tool electronically or doesn’t have a smart phone?
They could use a computer on campus within 15 mins of arriving and print out their results, or use a written tool once at campus
- Choose Student if you know your StarID and password.
- Choose Visitor if you do not know your StarID and password.