Basic Orientation Plus Contractor Training (BOP)
This is a five hour course developed by the Association of Reciprocal Safety Council (ARSC) offered in many locations across the country. ARSC was created to address the need for uniform and consistent training of contract workers in the petrochemical plant environment. ARSC programs are now used in many industrial environments.
After completion of the classroom training, a validated written test in English, containing fifty questions is administered, and each student must be able to answer a minimum of 70% of the questions correctly to pass the course. Upon successful completion of the course, a photo I.D. will be issued to the participant.
Cost & Details
Cost is $50 per participant for OSC member companies and $75 for non-member companies. Pre-payment is required unless payment arrangements have been made and approved by the OSC.
Pre-registration is required
Courses are offered:
Monday through Friday – HUGO office
Check-in: 6:30 am
Class Begins: 7:00 am
Tuesdays and Thursdays – TULSA office
Check-in: 7:00 am
Class Begins: 7:30 am
Wednesdays – OKLAHOMA CITY office
Check-in: 7:30 am Class Begins: 8:00 am
No one will be allowed into class once the class begins.
If your company has a minimum of 6 or more employees in need of training on different days, contact our office at 405-848-8626 to discuss special arrangements. Participants must bring one valid form of photo I.D. from one of the following categories: a valid government issued identification card or license that contains a current photograph. This document must be unexpired no longer than 60 days with valid receipt of renewal. A physical ID or digital ID (through the issuing State’s app) is required. Photocopies or pictures of your ID are not considered a valid form of ID and are not accepted.
If you are an existing contractor with an OSC ID#. Click here to register.
If you are a new contractor and have not been assigned an OSC ID#. Click here to create an account.
For further information about the BOP Training, visit the Association of Reciprocal Safety Council at http://arsc.net.