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Current Information:  
 
Important Step-by-Step Process for Entry Requirement
into Marathon Facilities


CLICK HERE

SUBSCRIPTION
TYPES:


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1. Corporate Subscriber ($250/yr) CLICK HERE

2. Marathon Refining Subscriber ($75/yr) CLICK HERE

3-Way Agreement for
Graded Background Check (BCG)

Grading Matrix for the BCG      CAP FAQ


Requirements for Entry into Marathon Facilities
1. Be an Authorized Contractor
2. Be Security Checked    
  Background Check Graded (BCG) = Score must be "00, 01, or 02" for entry into Robinson (IL), Canton (OH), Detroit (MI), Pasadena (TX), Lima (OH), Garyville (LA), Cincinnati (OH), Catlettsburg (KY), Woodhaven Station (MI), and Samaria Station (MI).

Score must be "00, 01, or 02" for entry into Galveston Bay (TX) or Texas City Refining Division (TX). Please click here for additional requirements to these two locations.
  Social Security Number Verification (SSV) = Name and Number Match  

Important News to Marathon Contractors:

Corporate Subscriber Accounts can view their invoices through their CAP login. By selecting the Invoice tab and then Invoice Payment from the dropdown list, a list of current invoices will appear. To view the BCGs and SSVs that were ordered through your SCTC account select the Background tab and then Order Summary from the dropdown list. Please refer to the Help Files link for an overview of the process. Marathon Refining Subscriber Accounts can view all BCGs and SSVs that have been ordered, as well as those that need to be paid before they can be processed. This is helpful if you accidently exited out of the payment module. Click on the Background tab and select Order Summary from the dropdown list. Please refer to the Help Files link for an overview of the process.

SUPPORT CONTACT INFORMATION
 
SCTC Support by Email SCTC Support by Telephone
BCGSupport@csctc.org 409-948-9009 ext. 8
 

SCTC will be closed on Friday, April 10th, for the Easter Holiday. We will resume normal business hours on Monday, April 13th.

SCTC Update: COVID-19 and Our Focus to Provide Safe Workplaces 

In order to ensure our trainees, visitors, and employees are as safe as possible at our location during this heightened time of caution, the Safety Council of Texas City (SCTC) has taken the following additional steps beyond our already stringent hygiene practices: 

  • Risk-screening for all entering SCTC facilities
  • All entrants will be required to sanitize their hands upon arrival at a SCTC facility
  • Social distancing through increased space between each training station in labs and classrooms
  • Additional hand sanitizing and readily available handwashing stations with universal tips and sanitary instructions
  • Disinfecting training stations, keyboards, and all materials before and after each use
  • Increased janitorial services
  • Signage throughout our facility with universal precautions
  • Updates and links to relevant webinars will be provided (as available) from SCTC and partners, like HASC/Global Health 

The SCTC team in conjunction with HASC/Global Health are continuously monitoring the CDC updates and will advise if circumstances and recommendations change. 

We encourage each of you to refer to the Center for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines when developing your plans for dealing with this issue: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

Below are the CDC’s everyday prevention recommendations to help prevent the spread of respiratory diseases: 

  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
  • Stay home when you are sick.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces using a regular household cleaning spray or wipe. 

Additional tips include: Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom; before eating; and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing. If soap and water are not readily available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol. Always wash hands with soap and water if hands are visibly dirty.

During off hours and weekend hours, SCTC’s background check vendor partners may be conducting maintenance hours. Their maintenance schedules are not consistently communicated to SCTC. In the event of major issues that are communicated to SCTC, communication and updates will be passed on to our clients.



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