Drilling & Coring Operations Clearly explains drilling to non-technical persons. Drilling rigs have many, many parts and rig personnel do many, many things; as a result, it is hard to make the drilling process understandable. To help students understand, however, this course not only describes parts and techniques in simple terms, it also tells why a part or a technique is necessary. What is more, photos and drawings show the equipment, the personnel, and many of the operations described in text.
Drilling & Coring Segments
Introduction to Rotary Drilling Operations
Drilling Lease & Contracts
The Nature of Oil and Gas Oil reservoirs
IWCF Rotary Drilling Introductory Well Control
Normal Drilling Operations
Formation Evaluation Completing the Well
Coring operations for Oil & Gas Industries
Working safely around track mounted drilling machines
Special Operations & The Future
Roughneck Training Series Video Programs:
Students will also experience making a connection, making a trip in and out of the hole, caring and use of tongs, what are slips and laying down pipe. Students will complete an exercise following each video program
An introduction to Oil & Gas and Operations Offshore
Care and Use of Tongs
Laying Down Pipe
Making a ConnectionMaking a Trip
Care and Handling of Rotary Slips
Safe Practices in Marine & Offshore Drilling & Workover
Handling and Running Casing
The Petroleum Industry
Offshore Fire Prevention
Offshore Crane Safety (New Addition)
Supporting tools for delivering this course ( video, slides and powerpoint multimedia presentations ) help show practical application at work. General Safety, Safety Programming and safe operation in handling of equipment will also be discussed throughout the program.
R-SIT (Rig Safety and Induction Training)
This course is designed to meet two requirements:
To identify core elements of training programs for new rig employees, and To provide a means of recognizing programs that adhere to those elements An effective safety orientation program is a vital element in today’s energy industry. R-SIT has developed a standard core curriculum that is world-class.
A R-SIT card shows the bearer has completed R-SIT instruction with offshore endorsement as defined by the drilling industry’s leading safety and training professionals. Students will complete this program followed by a written exam he or she must pass. The curriculum includes 12 basic modules applicable to any operation.
Personal Protective Equipment
Hazard Communications and Materials Handling
Specialized Work Procedures
The Worksite Environment
R-SIT is referenced in both API RP59 “Recommended Practice for Well Control” and RP 64,“ Recommended Practice for Diverter Systems, Equipment and Operations.”
Industry Safety Objective Students are also required to pass the following Industry Safety Programs. The objective of the courses is to provide practical "hands on" knowledge and skills.
Hoisting & Rigging Safety
Learning Outcome Delegates attending this training programme will be taught the essentials of Slinging and Lifting operations. This will be followed by practical exercises, which will allow delegates to demonstrate their skills and be individually assessed by an experienced assessor.
Knowledge of all relevant legislation and safe system of work
Preparation and lifting plans
Equipment pre-use inspection
Safe and correct use of equipment
Slinging principles and terminology
Appreciation of crane operating principles
Hand slinging and the use of hand held radios· Lifting and moving loads including tubular, unbalanced and pre-slung.
Appreciation of environmental and dynamic factors
Correct loading/unloading of containers, half heights skips.
Fall Protection What is fall protection? When to use fall protection and the different types of fall protection e.g. entering confine spaces, heights including working in the derrick and working over the side. Demonstration of proper utilization of fall arrest systems and its components e.g. safety or inertia reels, safety lines, harnesses and lanyards.
Basic Fire Safety What is fire? This program will also review the causes and prevention of fires. Training in the utilization of various types of extinguishing agents and extinguishers used in fighting fires. Students learn about offshore fire teams, their duties, what to expect being a member of such a unique team and fire drill participation.
Confined Space Entry Student will learn the knowledge and skills required to identify, plan and execute entry into a confine space area e.g. tanks including P-tank pre load, spud, ballast, pit, and crane columns. Students learn preparation of work procedures and entry permits, atmospheric testing and proper (PPE) personal protective equipment.
H2S Awareness This program will introduce students to H2S properties and environments. How to properly protect yourself using hands on demonstration of donning self contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and demonstrating the use of (multi - meter) personal portable monitors for detection and hands on rescue techniques. Analysis of hydrogen sulfide case studies.
Forklift Operator Safety Training This program will review the OH&S regulation for forklift. Students will learn forklift theory, general safety rules e.g. refueling lift trucks, battery charging and recharging, pre operational checks, operational checks and practical hands on competency training.
Standard First Aid & CPR This program will cover the standard level of First Aid training requirement using practical hands on and scenario situations.
HAZMAT this course covers the Workplace Hazardous Information System. This system will cover introduction and recognition of WHMIS controlled products, its labels, MSDS and responsibilities, worker education programs, personal protective equipment, terms and regulation.
(OH&S) Occupational Health & Safety This course will explain the Act and Regulation to those who work in a occupational working environments. Included throughout safety courses.
IADC WELLCAP WELL CONTROL TRAINING (INTRODUCTORY) :
This is an introductory course dsigned to give potential well control certification candidates an awareness of surface well control theory, practices and equipment as a preparation testing. An additional day can be arranged to further cover subsea and simulator training.
Primary well control
Normal and abnormal formation pressures
Causes of kicks
Pressure loss due to improper hole fill
System pressure losses
Equivalent circulating densities
Equivalent mud weights
Maximum mud weights