a. Clothing, Gloves, Hard Hats, Safety Glasses, Steel toe shoes
b. Fall protection used at 6' or higher
c. No Smoking areas posted.
RP 7.1.2-3, 1910.145
d. unsafe acts of conditions observed
e. First aid training provided minimum of 1 trained person on site
f. (H2s locations)
H2s warning signs erected, All personnel trained
g. tailgate/pretask safety meeting held with all personnel
h. Hazards/tasks communicated with all contractors on site
a. Distance from overhead power lines - min 10 feet
b. Hazard signs displayed (no smoking, hard hat area, authorized personnel only, no vehicles in guy line pattern, wear caustic protection)
c. Guy wires flagged 8' from ground
d. Fall line of derrick clear
e. all vehicles out of guy pattern
f. overall housekeeping (carrier and derrick free of excessive oil buildup, no standing oil, slip/trip hazards reduced where possible)
g. Pipe racks, catwalk - level and stable (personnel should not walk on racked pipe)
h. Spark arrestors on all exhaust
i. All engines - mud pumps and other engines at least 50 ft. away from wellhead or other sources of gas
a. Number of wind guys (a minimum of four)
b. condition of guylines (free of kinks, excessive corrosion, knots, bends, breaks, and splices)
c. Diameter of guylines (minimum of 9/16")
d. Minimum of three wire clamps at each attachment point/ four clamps when turned back on a sheave
e. Ground anchors (permanently installed as per manufacturer pattern)
a. Strung and crossed for racking
b. three clamps minimum on wire rope
a. Adjusted for tension according to manufactures specification
b. Four Clamps 3/4" diameter line or larger
a. Manufacturers operation/specification plate in place and legiable
b. Damage/corrosion (visually inspect for damage to legs, braces, girts, and excessive corrosion)
c. Ladder has no missing or bent rungs, free of corrosion, excessive grease or oil
d. Tubing Board in good condition (no bends or breakes, missing sections)
e. Rod Basket has intact bottom, hangs out of the way of travel assembly, hinge points greased and not excessively worn support lines satisfactory
f. Crown railing free of corrosion and physical damage
g. Manual latch dog extension/retraction mechanism (confirm operation, check lubricant, wear or damage
h. Latch dogs visually inspected prior to loading derrick (to be done by derrickman each rig up)
I. Scoping ram stabilizers in place, functional, lubricated, free from wear or damage
j. Crown-sheave guards in place and in satisfactory condition
k. Finger board safety cable in place, functional, wire condition satisfactory
l. No cracks, metal failure or wear at hinge points (visual)
m. Safety retainers on hinge pins (locking pins in place when derrick erected)
n. Derrick locking pins in place with safety pins
o. Derrick hydraulic system free of leaks
p. Full body harness, lanyards and lifelines provided at all elevated work areas and inspected for condition and use
q. Anti-fall/climbing assist device provided
r. Emergency derrick escape /anchor installed and functional
s. Lighting system in proper location, secured, wiring insulated and secured
t. Air purged from hydraulic raising cylinder
a. Seat belt used, and functional
b. No loose or flammable materials stored in cab
c. Glass and mirrors in place, clean and free of breakage
d. Fire Extinguisher inspected and mounted
f. Windshield wipers in good condition and functional
a. Adequate supplemental footing provided
b. Handrails/guards on elevated walkways/steps
c. Walkways free of slip trip hazards (grease, oil, tools or fittings)
d. Head, tail and signal lights not broken, clean and functioning
e. Wheels chocked
f. Condition of tires/wheels (wear, tread, apparent rubbing and breaks)
g. Fuel, hydraulic and other tanks labeled correctly
h. No fuel or other fluid leaks (check for seepage or accumulation)
I. Hydraulic leveling jacks secured by automatic mechanical locknuts (locknuts jammed)
j. Brakes set/secure
a. Guards at drawworks in place and in good physical condition
b. tubing/drill line
c. Sandline free from Whickering, fraying, broken strands, stretching
d. Sufficient wraps left on drum with locks in down position (per manufacturers recommendation)
e. Dead-line anchor and retainer (Wraps on correctly, number of wraps (2-2 1/2), clamps secure, retainer in place)
f. Hydromatic break in good condition, antifreeze, has no leakage.
g. Break linkage has no bends, or cracks (free operation, Linkage pins secured)
h. Tubing/sandline brakes (drums smooth, bands free of cracks, pad thickness)
i. Movement from winch to road gear prevented with road gear lock-out
j. Handling winch and tail chain (grade 8 and tagged in good condition)
k. Catline (check for kinks, knob, splices fraying and wear)
a. Traveling Blocks in good condition.
b. Traveling Blocks properly guarded.
c. Bales and/or links in good condition.
d. Elevators in good condition.
e. Hoisting hook equipped with safety latch.
f. Transfer elevators (inspect suspension line, safety latches, pivot)
a. Operator control panel properly labeled/identified.
b. Kill Switch at control panel operational.
a. Rig floor in good condition, level, and secured on both sidees, holes covered
b. Support/suspension pins with keepers
c. All chains and cables labeled and tagged.
d. Sliding section has stops or pins (sliding section cannot close completely)
e. Winch Cables, Load Hooks, Swivel, Chain Choker Hooks and approved Shackles in good condition.
f. Steps/handrails guarded
b. Backup in place and functional
c. Stiff arm, snub/safety line (clamps in place and in good condition)
d. Covers/head guards in place and in good condition
e. Hoses/fittings - disconnected for servicing
a. BOP properly installed. (100% bolts used)
b. BOP properly tested and functional.
c. Training procedures for BOP use established and in use
d. Safety valve and handle for tubing (valve available with proper connection and handle)
e. Accumulator valves in open or closed position
a. Condition of handles, jaws, faces, heads
b. Cleanliness (no excessive grease, oil, dirt or rust)
c. Unused tools stored/racked
a. Standpipe secured at each end
b. Circulation hose secured to gooseneck and swivel with safety hobbles (attached to hose via hose clamp, wire line or chain is acceptable)
c. High pressure fittings in high pressure system
d. Pressure relief valves (cap covering shear pin, pin of proper diameter and strength)
e. Discharge lines from relief valve anchored (blooey line anchored pop-off in place)
f. Guards in place /swabs (no pinch points)
g. Mud pit walkways/steps level, clear, free of damage, handrails if applicable
1. Forklift operators trained and certified
2. Forklift equipped with seat belt.
3. Forklift inspected prior to use.
4. Manlift operators trained and certified.
5. Manlift operators using fall protection as required.
6. Manlift inspected prior to use.
a. First Aid/Blood borne pathogen kit
b. Fire extinguishers (up to date and a minimum of three 20 lb.)
c. Lock out-tag out equipment
d. Emergency numbers posted
e. SDS and emergency response plan available on site
a. Glass and mirrors are clean, unbroken and well attached
b. Lights, turn signals, brakes, horn, tires, reflectors are in good condition.
c. Seatbelts accessible, clean, with evidence of use.
d. Hitch and ball free from excessive wear, safety chains or cables present and functional.
Electrical lights in good condition
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