This BOP Study Guide was developed to provide help to trainees taking the BOP course. This study guide provides written introduction of many of the safety principles that will be presented in that course. This study guide also introduces numerous safety terms used in the BOP course. Becoming familiar with these safety terms will promote better understanding of the course material and the course exam.
Introduction of the BOP Study Guide
This study guide introduces the key points that the ARSC BASIC ORIENTATION PLUS training program covers. This guide cannot cover all of the many safety details that the BOP course provides.
To ensure your safety on-the-job as well as properly prepare you for the course exam, you will need to focus on the safety principles and practices that are communicated in the BOP classroom course.
How to use this study guide:
Read the information contained in this study guide. If there are terms you are not able to pronounce, ask someone for assistance if possible. It is likely that you will see these words again in the course material and the exam. If you don’t understand a safety term or some safety principle, write down your question(s) and ask your BOP instructor at a suitable time.
If you find it difficult reading and understanding the information in this study guide, you will probably have difficulty reading and understanding your written exam as well. If you have never learned to read, we urge you to attend an adult learning program. (We can provide you with some local area learning program information upon request.) You will be required to read in order to pass your written exam.