ExxonMobil requires CCO certification

30 April 2008

Contractors working at ExxonMobil refining and chemical manufacturing facilities have until the end of September 2005 to have their crane operators certified through the CCO certification program.

Compliance with ExxonMobil's revised craft skill qualification requirements is a condition of remaining on the company's approved contractor list. According to a memorandum issued to ExxonMobil service providers in May, the revised requirements are aimed at promoting a safe work environment and at verifying that contract and subcontract personnel are qualified to safely perform the tasks to which they are assigned.

Proof of CCO certification will be required at ExxonMobil manufacturing facilities in Baytown and Beaumont, Texas; Baton Rouge and Chalmette, Louisiana; Billings, Montana; Joliet, Illinois; and Torrance, California.

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