Safety & Compliance

  • Are holes and other slip, trip and fall hazards on location identified and flagged or eliminated and communicated to all employees?

  • Has all equipment been spotted at least 20 feet from above ground power lines?

  • Is the lighting on location adequate for all work areas?

  • Are employees wearing PPE as required for task being performed: Including hard hats, safety glasses, steel toed boots, gloves, FR Clothing, and are properly worn?

  • Is apron (chemical suit), rubber gloves, face-shield with goggles and respirator being worn while working with acid and chemicals as required?

  • Is spare PPE available on location for visitors and employees?

  • Is fall protection available and being utilized for all jobs at a height of 6 feet or greater?

  • Is a working pressure transducer installed on each pump and was the over-pressure shutdown on each pump tested?

  • Was the red button on the pump console tested to kick all pumps into neutral?

  • Has a pump numbering system been established and communicated to all location personnel and do the system numbers correspond with the numbers on the pump control panel?

  • Are all vehicles equipped with the appropriate fire extinguishers, in working order with current inspection and were the required ones placed in front of all tractors?

  • Is the wellhead Flowline Safety Restraint System in good condition, being utilized and installed correctly?

  • Has the "High Pressure Zone" been taped off and enforced to prevent unauthorized access?

  • Have the drive shafts on the pumps been inspected for loose bars and wrenches prior to starting pumps?

  • Are the containers (totes, buckets, jugs, etc.) properly labeled?

  • Are the engine exhaust systems operating within 100 feet of the well equipped with spark arresting mufflers or an equivalent system?

  • Is there a system for LOTO?

  • Are SDS accessible and available?

  • Are First Aid Supplies available for use by employees?

  • Does this location have access to ESES Safety Manual, Environmental Manual and SOP Manual? (Electronic copies must be updated quarterly)

  • Are drive monitors powered down and key placed on the visor of the unit for visibility?

  • Are lifting handles installed on swing arms of frac pumps and manifold trailer?

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Operations

  • Documentation of a Pre-Convoy meeting held prior to leaving the facility and the location if applicable?

  • Documentation of a proper Pre-Trip Inspection conducted prior to leaving facility and returning from location and vice versa? Was it filled out correctly with supervisors signature?

  • Was placarding and shipping papers verified for all equipment carrying hazmat by the driver of the hazmat load and supervisor of the job?

  • Was a pre-job meeting held utilizing the rig up JSA prior to rigging up on location and were all items on the JSA discussed and documented in the well file?

  • Are ground guides being used Correctly for all backing and moving of equipment on location and using appropriate gear?

  • Was all equipment spotted in a safe and orderly fashion by the Service Supervisor or designee at least 60' from the wellhead and adequate space left between vehicles for egress?

  • Were all spills contained and cleaned promptly and satisfactorily mitigated? Were environmental issues reported and all trash removed?

  • Are all treating lies constructed to allow flexible movement (90 degree rule) during treatment including a double chicksan configuration for all elevation and direction changes?

  • Is a flapper type check valve installed for each line and as close to the well as possible and between the pump and manifold trailer?

  • If used, is the isolation/plug valve correctly installed in the treating line between check valve and manifold and stabilized?

  • Is a double valve bleed off installed between the treating line check valve and the wellhead?

  • Are the numbers of lines run to the wellhead adequate for the expected treating rate of the job and are they equalized?

  • Was a pressure test of the treating lines performed prior to the start of each stage?

  • If a PRV is used, is it correctly installed in the main treating line between the check valve and the pump(s) or manifold and is the outlet pointed away from all equipment and personnel or has a variance been obtained for alternate rig-up?

  • Are all essential personnel in communication with the Service Supervisor? Enough Radios?

  • Was a pre-pump meeting held utilizing a pre-job safety & operations checklist and were the items discussed documented and in the well file?

  • Have all non-essential engines been shut down?

  • Have all trucks on location been inspected for loose hand tools, hoses etc, prior to leaving location?

  • Are the proper tools being used for the task?

  • Are hoses sufficiently long enough to contact the ground, providing support and preventing undue stress on the king nipple?

  • Are tag lines being utilized? (Proper length, correct use, condition, etc)

  • Is the crane being operated in a safe manner and by a certified operator?

  • Is the daily crane inspection complete?

  • Are totes properly secured with correct straps? (marked and rated for the weight they are strapping)

  • Have all frac pumps been modified with a 2"x1" valve and 90 for bleed-off of the fluid end?

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Technical

  • Were all pre-job QC bucket tests performed, documented and communicated to the customer prior to the job?

  • Was the densitometer sand count <3% from actual volumes?

  • Was the chemical pump count variances <3% from strapped volumes?

  • Are all pumps primed in accordance with EcoStim standards?

  • Are before and after chemical inventories taken, and the volume of all chemicals used documented and accounted for in the job packet?

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