20 – Lockout

20 February 2015

Engine and Generator Safety

Engine and Generator Safety Engine Safety Procedures When working on an engine clutch or transmission, it should be locked in a neutral position. Utilize a lockout/tagout
20 February 2015

Responsibilities of the Floorman

Responsibilities of the Floorman Keep tongs properly balanced and greased.  Lubricate all hinge pins. The one between the tong head and handle is most important. Adjust
20 February 2015

Drill Stem Testing Safety

Drill Stem Testing Safety These drill stem testing safety recommendations have been prepared to advise operating company employees about actions they can take to influence the
20 February 2015

Drawworks and Accessories: Operation and Maintenance Safety

Drawworks and Accessories: Operation and Maintenance Safety The driller is in direct supervision of his men for their tour.  It should be noted by all crew
20 February 2015

Cutting off a Drilling Line: Safe Procedures

Cutting off a Drilling Line: Safe Procedures For many years drilling contractors have extended the life of their drilling lines by moving the areas of wear
20 February 2015

Crane Safety: Rigging and Slinging

Crane Safety: Rigging and Slinging Making the lift. Only trained operators designated in writing by the company should be allowed to operate a crane.  The only
20 February 2015

Crane Safety

Crane Safety Be sure that all tools, oil cans, grease guns and rags are stored in a tool box and all of clothing (such as a
20 February 2015

Crane Equipment Safety

Crane Equipment Safety Many crane accidents occur because the crane was used to lift more than its rated capacity.  Crane accidents are generally serious and always
19 February 2015

Welding Safety: General

Welding Safety: General Hazard Overview:  Regardless of the type of welding process, fumes always present an inhalation hazard.  Fumes are actually pieces of metal that were