Rig Supervisor & Rig Operator:
Rig sign with PPE requirements out and in visible location (1910.145(c) (2) (i) / (c) (3) & 1910.151 (a)).
No smoking allowed on location. (RP54 7.1.2-3).
Rig Permit to Work Permit / Visitor sign/check in policy adhered. (1910.38 (c) (4).
Wind direction indicator (wind flag) installed. (RP49 8.2.3)
Housekeeping on rig is acceptable. (RP54 6.5.1)
A. Distance from overhead power lines - minimum 10 feet (RP54 10.1.1)
C. Fall line of derrick clear.
D. Vehicle out of guy pattern and 100 feet from rig. (RP54 6.1.15)
E. Pipe racks have pins in place to prevent roll-off.
1. Guy and escape wires flagged (RP4G 14.5.f).
2. Number of wind guys - 4 (RP4G 13.1).
3. Condition of guy lines appear to be in acceptable condition (RP4G 13.1.1).
5. 4 clamps minimum
1. Strung and Crossed.
3. Internal guys adjusted for tension
A. Manufacturer's specification/operation plate attached to the rig (RP 9.2.2)
B. Derrick appears to be in good condition. (RP54 9.16.1).
Derrick escape slow descender unit installed and properly rigged up (RP54 6.10.1).
C. Derrick Ladder in good condition (RP54 9.3.1-5).
D. Tubing board in good condition (RP 9.2.12).
E. Rod Basket secure and in good condition.
F. Crown railing intact and painted in contrasting color.
H. Scoping ram stabilizers in good condition RP54 9.2.4).
I. Crown sheave guards in place (RP54 9.7.5).
J. Tubing board fingers in good condition with safety cables (RP54 9.3.16).
M. Derrick assembly locking pins in place with keepers (RP54 9.2.8).
N. Fall protection being utilized properly 1910.145 (c) (2) (i)).
Overhead tie-off cable in place over the tubing board.
O. Lighting system in place and adequate if needed (RP54 9.14.7).
G. Rig mat in good condition/adequate condition.
P. Jack pad/jack stands in good condition and used properly.
A. No external or internal damage (dents, broken glass, mirrors, etc).
C. Seat belt working
F. Housekeeping in cab
A. Housekeeping is acceptable.
B. Stove condition is safe and in good working order.
C. Electrical/Lights functioning.
D. Hitch & safety chains in place and in proper use.
E. Wheels chocks available and in use for uneven work surfaces.
A. Seat belt in proper working order.
B. No external or internal damage (broken head, tail, signal lights, dents, broken glass, mirrors, etc).
D. Flares or reflectors in cab and properly stored.
E. Housekeeping acceptable in cab.
DOT required papers properly stored in cab of the rig.
1. Date of DOT inspection
A. Handrails/guard rails on elevated walkway/step
B. Walkway free of slip trip hazards
C. Wheels/Tires in good condition and chocked when rig is stationary.
D. Tanks labeled properly along with all temporary storage containers (1910.1200).
E. No signs of fuel or other fluid leaks or other loss of containment.
F. Work floor is secure and in good condition.
A. Drawworks guards are in place (RP54 9.4.52).
B. Tubing and sand line in good condition (RP9B 3.3.3).
D. Sufficient wraps left on drum with blocks down (RP54 9.6.4)
H. Tubing/sand line brakes functioning properly.
I. Road gear lockout functioning properly.
J. Winch line in good condition (RP54 3.2.7).
A. Block assembly in good condition (RP54 9.7.5).
C. Bales/links in good condition (RP54 9.7.1).
D. Rod/tubing Elevators in good condition (RP54 9.7.1).
E. Rod hook in good condition (RP54 9.7.1).
F. Rod Transfers in good condition with safety latch (RP54 9.7.1).
G. Slips are in good condition (RP54 9.9.2).
A. Controls labeled
B. Kill switch functional
C. Operator communicating well with crew.
D. Weight indicator visible and functioning.
A. Level/even surfaces
B. Work floor secured when in the up position.
C. Sliding section has stops, pins or chains in place to prevent slipping when lifted.
D. Suspension cables chains are grade 8 alloy and have tags in place.
E. Support suspension pins with keepers/clevis positive chain hooks.
F. Steps/handrails in place and in good condition.
A. Tubing/rod tongs are in good condition (RP54 9.9.7).
B. Slings and lift chains are in good condition.
D. Stiff arm, back up, snub line in good condition (RP54 9.9.4).
E. Hoses/fittings appear in good condition.
A.BOP's and accumulator installed, tested, and functional (RP54 6.4.1)
B. Appropriate personnel trained in well control.
D. Accumulator at least 50 feet from well and any high pressure lines equipped with whip checks (RP54 7.2.2).
E. Accumulator bottles labeled with contents (1910.1200).
A. No issues observed with hand tools.
C. Hand tools are organized and stored neatly.
A. PPE being worn by all personnel on location including hard hat, safety glasses, steel toed boots, gloves and fire resistant clothing as well as fall protection when needed (1910.132).
B. Fall protection/safety harness in good condition - climb assist in use and working properly. (1910.132)
C. Permit to work with emergency numbers completed along with the JSA section. Safety meetings held along with employee signatures (RP54 6.1.7).
E. First aid and CPR training up to date.
F. First aid supplies available.
G. Lockout/Tagout kit available (1910.147/MIOSHA Part 85 & RP54 6.9.1)
H. SDS sheets on site or available with 24 hour access (1910.1200).
J. SCBA's on site and available for H2S locations.
K. H2S monitors worn by all applicable personnel and are calibrated.
L. Two briefing areas identified and reviewed daily on H2S locations.
M. No jewelry loose clothing, long hair or jewelry present which could be an entanglement hazard (RP54 5.2.7).
P. Rig grounded to well head
R. A minimum of 2 fire extinguishers tagged and inspected on the rig plus 1 in the cab and 1 in the doghouse (1910.157/MIOSHA Part 6).
S. Eye wash bottles available and not expired.