ExxonMobil Joliet Refinery Site Specific

Course Information

ExxonMobil Joliet Refinery Site Specific is the site-specific orientation course for performing work at the ExxonMobil Refinery plant site in Joliet, IL.

NOTES

1) Students must have a currently valid ARSC card (BOP/BOPR) prior to taking this course.

2) Students must have participated in the North American Substance Abuse Program (NASAP).

3) Opportunities to pass this Course: The same day “second chance” is built into the CBT. When a Student misses a question during the CBT, they are taken back to the area of the CBT which covered that topic for remediation. They are then given a second chance at the same question. If they miss the question the second time, the computer tells them that they missed and moves ahead. The final CBT score is based on the 25 questions. If the Student does not pass, the company/union hall may register the Student for another day. A score of less than 80% on the second day means the Student may NOT retake during the next calendar year.

 

Recommended For

All construction and contracted maintenance and services personnel who will be working at this site.

 

Course Content

In this program, the Student will receive the information needed to work safely and follow environmental requirements of the ExxonMobil Joliet Refinery. The program will review:

  • The Refinery’s Safety and Environmental Philosophy
  • How to Properly Enter the Refinery
  • Emergency Action Plan
  • Permitting Procedures
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Regulatory Standards
  • Hazard Communication
  • Fall Protection and Scaffold Usage Requirements
  • Process Overview Signs and Container Labeling
  • Rules of the Road

The program discusses general responsibilities including work area responsibilities for material and waste management and overall leak detection and management of equipment tags responsibilities.

 

Pricing

  • Computer training

    $45 Member / $50 Non-Member

  • Classroom instruction

    Not available for classroom instruction.

 

Course Details

Course Code: TREMS
Course Length (approx.): 75 Minutes including Testing
Course Expiration: 1 Year from Class Date
Passing Score Required: 80%
Retakes Allowed: Yes - and must pay for the one (1) retake allowed which must be taken on another day (see NOTES above)
Language: English
Reader Assistance Allowed: Allowed with proven disability
ID Requirements: Students must present a valid (not expired) U.S. State or Federal ID with photo

Prerequisites

Valid ARSC Card (BOP/BOPR): Yes 
Social Security Verification (SSV): No
Other: See NOTES above
   

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