The TWIC Policy at BP

Information about the TWIC Policy at BP
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The Transportation Security Administration (“TSA”) established the Transportation Worker Identification Credential Program (“TWIC”) in December 2002 following the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. The intent of the TWIC Program is to keep unauthorized persons (i.e., those without a TWIC card) from accessing the secure areas of our transportation networks.

The following Policy is designed to ensure a common process for the implementation of the TWIC Program for covered U.S. BP facilities onshore and offshore. Each facility subject to the TWIC Program is expected to adhere to this policy in order to ensure common compliance standards. All requests for exceptions to this Policy must be approved by the U.S. Human Resources (HR) Policy Manager.

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