Information

  • Document No.

  • Audit Title

  • Client / Site

  • Conducted on

  • Prepared by

  • Location
  • Personnel

Road Access and Lease

  • Adequate road direction signs posted<br><br>

  • Proper road directions communicated <br>

  • Bridge height,weight and width restriction signs<br>

  • Power lines, height restriction and warning signs posted

  • Adequate pull outs <br>

  • Speed limits posted

  • Road and lease clean of rubbish

  • Lease clean and tidy and free of environmental spills

  • Open pits marked and fenced

  • Is lease properly beamed to prevent runoff from entering or leaving lease

Lease entrance signs

  • Drilling contractor entrance sign posted

  • Operator sign posted

  • Are signs clean and legible

  • Do signs have PPE requirements

  • Do signs say H2S warning if required

  • Signage for visitors "Must report to Wellsite supervisor"

  • Tight hole no admittance if required

BOP & Well Control Equipment

  • BOP shop service current

  • Choke and kill line hoses fire rated

  • All hydraulic hoses and quick couplers within 7 meters of well center fire rated

  • Annular preventer closes within 60 seconds (90 seconds if annular is larger than 350mm)

  • Flow tees installed for flow changes in relief lines (installed in proper Orientation))

  • Proper measures place for draining or blowing relief lines ( Ability to blow out lines or drain lines without environmental spills)

  • Relief lines properly staked every 10 meters

  • All BOP stud protrude through nuts

  • Bleed of lines installed properly

  • Pressure test charts availible

  • BOP controls properly connected secured and mounted

  • BOP pressure test documented in tour book

  • MACP posted in manifold shack and doghouse

  • BOP drills being preformed and documented in tour book (before any drill out or min 1 time per crew every week)

  • Flare line integrity verified and condition of flare line and flare line components

  • Casing wear test being preformed (every thirty days minimum requirement)

  • Manual locking wheels available

  • All flame type equipment 25 meters from well bore

  • Trip sheets being used signed and recorded as per regulatory requirements

  • Are degasser and mud systems properly vented

  • Is the stabbing valve and inline BOP available, heated , opened and ready for easy installation on the floor

  • Are the BOPs and BOP system of the right size and pressure rating.

  • Diverter line is a minimum of 152mm I.D.

  • Does diverted line have a hydraulic opening valve with a minimum ID of 152 mm

  • Is the HCR valve hydraulically plumb in a fashion so to will open befor the annular closes

Accumulator

  • Is the Accumulator the right pressure rating and size

  • Is the Accumulator vented outside away from any potential source of heat or sparks

  • Is the Accumulator 15 meters from we'll enter

  • Are the Nitrogen procedures posted by the Accumulator

  • Are the nitrogen bottles charged to a minimum of 12500 Kpa or 1800 PSI.

  • Is the nitrogen inlet upstream of the pressure side of the Regulators

  • Pressure isolation valves are required if nitrogen inlets are downstream of the pressure regulators<br>

  • Is there a check valve on the discharge side of the accumulator pump

  • Are nitrogen bottles properly stored

  • Do nitrogen meet the ABSA 10 year certification

  • Does the shear Ram/blind ram controls have a proper safety device

  • Do all controls on the accumulator that are not in use properly locked out or blanked off

  • In the Accumulator area are all dangerous good signs, WHIMIS, hearing protection signs, automatic starting signs, and eye protections signs posted.

  • Are all accumulator controls properly labeled

  • General housekeeping

Manifold

  • Heated proper for winter operations

  • All electrical in manifold meets class 1 Zone 2 Classification

  • All valve handles installed

  • Proper gauges installed and calibreated

  • Drill pipe pressure gauge working

  • MACP and Mud weight posted

  • Choke positions visible

  • Proper view of rig floor

  • Proper size and pressure rating for well type<br>

  • Nace trim

  • Proper lighting

  • Proper exits and ventalation

  • Good house keeping and tidyness

  • Proper procedures for operations of manifold posted. ( hard shut in, soft shut-in. )

  • Are all valves properly flagged for opened or closed

  • No smoking signs posted

Flare Tank

  • 8m3 capacity

  • Drained and clean inside

  • Fabricated of heat resistant material

  • Proper grounding

  • Degasser tank separate from flare tank or equipped with baffle plates to prevent fluid blowout

  • Unused lines pluged

  • Ignition system proper distance from flare tank and operational

  • 9 meter load out line

  • Impingement plate installed

  • Flare stacks rigged up proper

  • Condition of connections and are all connections tight

Substrucure

  • Fall protection around BOPs

  • Walking area around BOPs and cellar area

  • Drive lines to draw works properly guarded

  • All drift pins complete with proper safety pins installed in all beams and spreaders

  • Easy access and escape doors (min -2 opposite of each other) in case of emergencys

  • Properly heated for winter operations

  • Flow nipple / mud catcher / air stripper split for easy removal for snubbing operations

  • Cellar drained and free of debris

  • Free of oil and fuel leaks from draw works

  • Condition of air tank and air lines

  • Free of steam and water leaks,,

  • General housekeeping and tidiness

Mud tanks

  • Hand rails and fall protection

  • Lockouts for all electrical equipment

  • Signage - All agitators and mix pumps to be locked out before entry into confined mud tank areas

  • Signage. Confined entry code of practice to be reviewed before entering mud tanks

  • Proper toe boards around shale shaker areas

  • Class 1 Zone 1 electrical codes being meet for electrical items with-in 2 meter mudtank and shale shale plume

  • Class 1 Zone 2 electrical classification outside of the 2 meter plume on mud tanks

  • Proper PPE available Amanda being used in mixing shack and chemical BBL.

  • Tank level monitoring system operativing and calibrated proper

  • Trip tank level operative

  • Mixing hopper equipped with ventilation fan

  • Electrical chemical bbl available with proper guarding and controlled substance signage

  • Eyewash facility's available in mixing-shack

  • Mixing pumps properly guarded

  • Degasser tank has fluid it

  • Safety recuse Davit available for cleaning tanks

  • All water and steam valves are gate and not 1/4 ball valves

  • Housekeeping and cleanliness.

Mudpumps

  • Roof fall protection

  • Lockouts available

  • Engine exhausts and turbos heat shielded

  • Batteries in vented box with proper WHIMIS labels

  • Pop valves have proper shear pins installed

  • Pop valve shear pins properly marked (color coded)

  • Pop valve lines sloped to drain properly

  • All guards in place and in good condition

  • All high pressure lines properly safety cabled

  • Condition of high pressure lines

  • Eye wash facility

  • Pulsation damp enters with proper WHIMIS labels and TDG placards

  • Condition of tools

  • General housekeeping

  • Condition of all electrical equipment

  • Does all electrical meet Class1 Zone 2 electrical classification

  • Proper signage ( hearing protection, safety glasses,lockout procedures, autostart, hardhatAreaa)

Generator and electrical control center

  • All energized equipment can be locked out

  • All receptacles and breakers identified

  • Properly grounded 2 meters apart

  • Wiring off of ground and walkways

  • Rubber matting under all breaker and control panels

  • Battery in proper vented box with WHIMIS lables

  • Condition of power cords and electrical plugs

  • Engine exhaust and turbos heat shielded

  • Engines free of oil and fuel leaks

  • Engine fans and belts guarded

  • Fall protection on building rooftop

  • Fire extinguisher

  • Proper signage (lockout procedures, autostart, hearing protection, no water, high voltage, etc.)

  • Houskeeping

  • 25 meters from well center

Boiler

  • Minimum 1 certified boiler operator per tour

  • Fall protection on roof

  • Heat shield on steam lines

  • Header lockout available

  • Site glass guarded

  • Pump guarded

  • Spare pump

  • Safety pop valves 1year certification

  • Boiler 1 year certification and license.

  • Free of fuel and steam leaks

  • No flammable substances in boiler house

  • Blowdown fluid being proper contained and disposed of

  • Blowdown lines secured and marked

  • Blowdown procedure posted

  • Proper PPE supplied

  • Housekeeping

  • Proper emergency exits

Doghouse

  • Fall protection on roof

  • Pins in place with proper keepers

  • Doghouse lights pinned and safety cabled

  • CAODC well control procedures in place

  • BOP controls in place and easily accessible

  • CAODC WASTE moanagement document posted

  • First Aid kit stocked and clean

  • JSA's and Risk assessment and Hazard ID available

  • Safety meetings records available

  • Well records available for crews

  • BOP Drills, Engine kills, check crown saver, documented in tour book

  • Well License posted

  • Proper exits with proper door handles and door swing orientation

  • MACP posted

  • Stick diagram posted

  • MSDS book available and kept current

  • Hearing protection and safety glasses wash station supplied

  • Eyewash station supplied and clean

  • Electrical components meet class 1 zone 2 electical code

  • Safety belts and lanyards stored proper, clean and in good condition

  • Bulletin board

  • Hydraulic Cable cutter supplied

  • Properly heated

  • General condition of all hand tools

  • Emergency phone numbers posted

  • Housekeeping

  • Floor is in good condition ( not slippery)

  • Proper radio / phone communication to. Wellsite unite

  • Proper signage at doghouse (noise levels, hearing protection, nonsmoking, drug and alcohol policy in effect,all incidents must be reported, etc.

Documents

  • Trip sheets completed and signed

  • Weekly safety meeting books with records

  • Drilling Rig health and safety committee guidelines

  • Operators health and safety guideline posted

  • Drilling program available

  • Company Policies and safety culture posted

  • Pressure test charts available

  • Drilling contact on site emergency Contingency manual available

  • Notice of supervisor posted

  • Copy of OH&S regulations available

  • MSDS available for controlled mud products

Rig floor

  • Lockout on draw works

  • Proper guarding over moving mechanical equipment

  • Crown saver working

  • All electrical components within 3 meters of we'll enter plume meets Class 1 Zone 1 electrical code

  • Kelly hose safety cabled on both ends

  • Top drive service loop hanging proper no I pact or rubbing areas on floor or Derrick

  • Line spooled safety line

  • All lifting slings in good condition and load rated

  • Condition of tongs , pipe spinner, and safety holdback lines

  • Proper hole cover and mouse hole cover

  • Condition of slips and dog collars

  • Snubbing post at Veedoor

  • Mud can available and mud can condition

  • Proper lighting on floor

  • Housekeeping

  • Brake handle hold down chain

  • All draw works controls properly identified

  • Draw works free of air leaks

  • Proper exits from floor area (3)

  • Warning horn working proper

  • Condition of tugged and winch cables

  • Condition of drilling line

  • Vee-door opening properly safety chained

  • Condition of Vee-door stairs

  • Proper storage of drilling subs and tools on flor

Derrick

  • All fasteners with bolts have lock nuts or cotter safety pins

  • All repairs or alterations have been documented in the CAODC log book

  • Crown has a bumper block with mesh wrapping

  • Rig is equipped with a proper block hanging line

  • Money board fingers are straight and safety chained

  • Monkey board has wind boards

  • Mast certification is posted on the Derrick

  • Ladder is in good condition withn6 inch toe room

  • Escape buggy is accessible and in good condition

  • Escape line in good condition and mounted on a proper anchor bloc

  • Climbing assist supplied and in good condition

  • Proper fall arrest on monkey board and Derrick

  • All sheaves properly secure and safety cabled

  • Crown sheave in good condition

  • No loose tools in Derrick

  • Proper tethered tool set with log book available

  • All pins in place with safet pins installed

  • Lighting operational meets electrical classification and safety cabled

  • Derrick inspected before raising the Derrick and documented in tour book

  • Condition of tong lines safety cables

  • Electrical fixtures all in good condition

  • Top drive torque tube properly mounted

  • Top drive service loop strung properly

traveling assembly / Top Drive / Swivel

  • Sheave all properly guarded

  • Top drive /Swivel free of oil and mud leaks

  • All fasteners properly pined or bolted with locknuts

  • Weight indicator calibrated proper

  • Weight indicator safety cabled

General safety and safety procedures

  • Site specific ERP on location and has been reviewed and tested

  • Prejob hazard assessment/meetings are completed before tasks are done. And all controls are put in place

  • Gas detection on site and properly calibrated

  • Daily walk around done by Rig Manager and Wellsite representative and documented

  • JSA's are continually being used and updated

  • General housekeeping thought the Rig

  • basic crew knowledge of safety systems

  • Crew Attitude toward safety and safety systems good

  • Crew participation in safety meetings, near miss reporting,

  • BOP drills Being performed ( crew well control knowledge)

  • Man down drills being performed if required

  • Back in parking being communicated and being done

  • Spotters alway provided for heavy equipment backing up

  • New employees and personnel identified and properly orientated

  • rig floor danger zone identified and marked

  • Power catwalk zone is a classified as a restricted area and 10 meter no go zone flagged when catwalk is in operation

  • Restricted areas all flagged, barricaded and identified

  • Lease hazards are communicated ated to everyone on location

  • Lease is properly lighted

  • Refuse properly contained

  • Safe work permits and hot work permits being used

  • Rental equipment properly rigged up

  • Operating procedures supplied and crew training provided for natal equipment

  • Rental equipment properly grounded and meets electrical codes

  • Proper signage on rental equipment

  • Rental equipment proper size for job being done

  • Rental equipment free of fuel oil mud or steam leaks

  • All tanks are proper for fuel spill containment or meet fuel tank spill regulations

  • Pipe racks are level and choked and chained together

Crew Training tickets

  • Drillers have first line bop tickets

  • H2S alive training tickes<br>

  • First aid tickets

  • Second line well control for,Wellsite supervisors and Rig Manager

  • Boiler tickets ( min 1 per crew)

  • Fall arrest / rescue training

  • WHIMIS and TDG training

  • Loader operator training

Breathing Apparatus

  • Condition of face piece good

  • Air cylinders full,of air less that 1 year old

  • Adequate number of packs

  • Low pressure alarm working

  • Positive pressure

  • Clean and stored properly

  • Crews properly trained on donning air packs

  • Spare air cylinders in good condition

Rig site trailers / Living Quarters

  • First aid kits available

  • Equipped with fire extinguishers

  • Smoke alarms working

  • Co2 detectors

  • Proper knock out windows

  • Spotted 2 meters end to end apart to meet fire regulations

  • Bedrooms have proper fire escape windows or doors

  • Propane bottled current certification

  • Power cords strung proper off of the ground

  • Sewage being treated or properly contained and hauled away

  • Main entrances have people landings and steps

Toolhouse / Watertank / Fuel Tank / Parts Storage

  • Fuel pumps free of leaks and guarded<br>

  • Fuel tanks free of leaks and have proper TDG and WHIMIS lables

  • Fuel lines are free of leaks and riged up neatly out of harms way

  • Fuel fill up hose has proper fill-up nozzel with isolation valve next to tank

  • Are all main storage fuel tanks designed to comply with transportation regulation

  • Do all small storage/transfer tanks designed with proper spill containment

  • Are all fuel tanks a safet distance from open flames and engine exhaust

  • Do the main Fuel storage tanks have proper access ladders/stairs with fall protection

  • Are water pumps free of leaks and properly guarded

  • Are water lines free of leaks and rigged up neatly

  • are steam lines covers with insulation or heat shielding where contact with personnel is possible

  • Are steam lines free of leaks

  • Do all steam hoses have proper pressed on or Boss fitting ends to prevent coming apart under pressure

  • Are all controlled substances stored properly with WHIMIS labels and have MSDS sheets for them

  • Are parts all stored neatly and organized

  • Are all parts locker clean and free of rubbish and junk

  • Are all hand tools and Electric tools in good condition and in safe operating condition

  • Is the Rig equipped with a proper tethered tool set for working up the Derrick

  • Do air compressors have proper pressure relief pop valves

  • Do all air tank comply with all regulatory Regulations and have been certified within the last 5 years

  • Are air compressors properly guarded

  • Are all air tanks equipped with proper drain plugs

  • Does the Air Chemical addition pot have a proper blled off valve on the cap

  • Are Air compressors located in a dry well ventilated area free of natural gas and water vapor

  • Are Propane Bottles stored outside and mounted securely for transportation

  • Are oil storage bins mounted securely, Contents identified have proper WHIMIS Labels and proper TDG Labels

  • Is there proper storage for 210 liter drums of oil and chemicals

  • Are all entrances and walkways clean and free of loos parts, tools and equipment causing slip and trip hazards

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