Rig Activities

20 February 2015

Rigging Up/Down

Rigging Up/Down Pre-job planning should be done to determine the safest and most efficient means to do the job.  Once the rig move planning has been
20 February 2015

Rig Floor Safety Tips

Rig Floor Safety Tips Around Rotary Tables There are many more safety tips that could be added, but if these are followed by the crew and enforced
20 February 2015

Rig Floor Crew Activities

Rig Floor Crew Activities Elevators:  Keep elevators oiled and greased.  Check latch springs and latch action and ensure that they latch completely.  Check pin nuts to
20 February 2015

Raising and Lowering the Mast

Raising and Lowering the Mast Always completely warm up engines and check to be sure there is sufficient fuel. Check brakes, pins and shoes (If necessary
20 February 2015

The Motorman Should

The Motorman Should Check the condition of oil in the gearbox — there should be no water. See that air cleaners are cleaned on schedule. Know
20 February 2015

Do You – As a Motorman?

Do You – As a Motorman? Engage the clutch slowly when putting an engine with a clutch into service. Never attempt to make any repairs on
20 February 2015

Forklift Truck Maintenance and Operation

Forklift Truck Maintenance and Operation Maintenance to the forklift could save unneeded repairs and work. Before starting the forklift check the following items: oil coolant battery
20 February 2015

Perforating Safety

Perforating Safety Operator, Contractor, and perforating Service Company employees are all involved in this type of operation.  The coordination of all activities in connection with a
20 February 2015

Gas and Oxygen Welding and Cutting

Gas and Oxygen Welding and Cutting Welding and cutting can be safe operations, if sound safety rules are followed.  If short cuts are taken or proper