Drilling or Completion or Servicing?
OSHA poster posted?
Emergency contact info and gps coordinates posted and verified?
Morning safety meetings held every day in the past week?
Work site and muster area properly signed?
First aid kit in Dog House current?
General neatness of the work area?
Waste containers provided and used?
Passageways and walkways clear?
Cords and leads off of the floor?
Slip and trip hazards mitigated? (mud, ice, drainage ditches, ect..)
Adequate fire extinguishers, checked, and accessible?
Fire extinguishers tagged and/or inspection data recorded?
“No Smoking” posted and enforced near flammables?
Fire extinguishers properly located? (Easily accessible, visible, hands know where they are)
Safety cans used?
Generators, light plants, and other non-drilling/servicing equipment engines 100+ feet from the wellbore? (Minimum from Wyoming regs is 50')
Extension cords with bare wires or missing ground prongs taken out of service?
Ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCI) being used?
Terminal boxes equipped with required covers?
Spliced cords taken out of service?
Hearing protection available around generators?
Cords not run through doorways?
Generators and other electrical equipment located 100+ feet from the wellhead?
Lockout tagout available, trained, used, and verified?
Hand and Power Tools
Hand tools inspected regularly?
No nicks or splices in power cords and air hoses?
Guards in place on machines?
Right tool being used for job at hand?
Safety rails and cables are secured properly?
Employees have D-ring of belts in center of back?
Employees exposed to fall hazards are tied off? (over 4 feet, may be less if there are special conditions involved)
Is there a rescue plan?
Have the hands been trained in their rescue plan?
Employees protected from falling objects?
Bosun’s chair used when lifting personnel with sandline or winch line?
Ladders extend at least 36 inches above the landing?
Ladders secured to prevent slipping, sliding or falling?
Ladders with split or missing rungs taken out of service?
Stepladders used in fully open position?
No step allowed on top two rungs of stepladder?
Hard Hats worn by all personnel?
Safety glasses worn by all personnel?
Safety toed boots worn by all personnel?
Gloves and hearing protection worn as appropriate?
FRC’s (flame retardant/resistant clothing) worn?
PPE acceptably clean and well maintained?
Site specific PPE trained for, accessible, and maintained? (H2S escape packs, respirators, chemical aprons, face shields, chemical gloves, ect…)
Long hair contained?
Jewelry not worn and loose sleeves or other snagging hazards mitigated?
SDS’ for all chemicals onsite?
Materials are properly stored or stacked?
Employees are using proper lifting methods?
Tag lines are used to guide loads?
Proper number of workers for each operation?
Forklifts and loaders inspected and operated safely? (Seatbelts used, good driving practices, operators trained & authorized)
Welding & Burning
Gas cylinders stored upright?
Proper separating distance between fuels and oxygen? (20’ when not in use)
Burning/welding goggles or shields are used?
Fire extinguishers nearby?
Hoses in good condition?
Welding and hot work done in accordance with company safety program or hot work permit?
Welders using appropriate PPE (leathers)?
Welding equipment in good condition (flash back arrestors, tanks, hoses)
Outriggers extended and swing radius barricade in place?
Operator is familiar with load charts?
Hand signal charts are on crane?
Crane operators’ logs are up to date?
Employees kept from under suspended loads?
Chains and slings inspected and tagged as required?
Rig, Pumps, and other equipment
Belts and chains guarded?
Whip checks in place?
Eyewash station inspected, operational, and accessible?
When was the eyewash station last tested or inspected?
If there is not an eyewash station are eyewash bottles present?
Are Eyewash bottles current? (Before expiration date?)
Floor holes guarded?
Fuel tanks properly labeled and in good condition?
Grounding used for fuel transfers?
Vehicles clear of guy lines?
Derrick and substructure in good condition?
Guy wires in good condition and properly clamped? (3 clamp min, 4 clamp min with sheave)
Data plates on derrick and substructure clean and able to be read?
“Geronimo” line ready for use and landing area clear?
Tools secured at elevated levels?
Mudhose snubbed or secured with whip checks at both ends?
Pipe Rack Area
Pipe and ends of pipe rack properly chocked?
Spacers used between layers of pipe?
Pipe rack and catwalk in good condition?
V-Door slide in good condition?
Pipe tubs and bridles in good condition?
Dead end of drilling line anchored?
Blow Out Prevention Equipment
BOP installed and tested?
All Hydraulic lines connected?
Accumulator motor fueled up?
Accumulator valves in appropriate position?
BOP lines and valves identified?
BOP inspected daily?
TIW valve and wrench on drill floor at all times?
Necessary crossovers for TIW on drill floor at all times?
Weight indicator visible?
V-Door chain in place?
First aid kit in doghouse current?
Non-skid material used around rotary?
Tongs and dies sharp, clean, and in good condition?
Blocks and bales and lines in good condition?
Hoisting line inspected daily?
H2S testing and training conducted as necessary?
Perforating conducted in a safe manner? (cellphones and radios off, operations conducted during daylight, signs erected?)
Drill Stem test tools opened only during daylight hours?
Unauthorized/unnecessary personnel kept clear?
JHA’s performed for each tour?
JHA’s performed for changes in task? (drilling to cementing, cementing to perforating, ect..)
Unsafe Acts or Practices Observed
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