Standards for Wellsite Supervision of Drilling Completion and Workovers

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STANDARDS FOR WELLSITE SUPERVISION OF DRILLING, COMPLETION AND WORKOVERS AN INDUSTRY RECOMMENDED PRACTICE (IRP) FOR THE CANADIAN OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY IRP VOLUME 7 – 2008 SANCTION MARCH 2002 Edition 2 Sanction March Date 2002 Copyright/Right to Reproduce Copyright for this Industry Recommended Practice (IRP) is held by Enform, 2008. All rights reserved. No part of this IRP may be reproduced, republished, redistributed, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted unless the user references t
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    S TANDARDS FOR  W ELLSITE S UPERVISION OF D RILLING ,   C OMPLETION AND W ORKOVERS   A N I NDUSTRY R  ECOMMENDED P RACTICE (IRP) FOR THE C ANADIAN O IL AND G AS I NDUSTRY  IRP   V OLUME 7   –   2008S ANCTION M ARCH 2002 Edition 2 Sanction MarchDate 2002      Copyright/Right to Reproduce Copyright for this   Industry Recommended Practice (IRP) is held by Enform, 2008. All rightsreserved. No part of this IRP may be reproduced, republished, redistributed, stored in aretrieval system, or transmitted unless the user references the copyright ownership of Enform. Disclaimer This Industry Recommended Practice (IRP) is a set of best practices and guidelines compiledby knowledgeable and experienced industry and government personnel, and is intended toprovide the operator with advice regarding Standards for Wellsite Supervision of Drilling,Comppletions and Workovers. It was developed under the auspices of the Drilling andCompletions Committee (DACC).DACC is a joint industry/government committee established to develop safe, efficient, andenvironmentally suitable operating practices for the Canadian oil & gas industry in the areasof drilling, completions, and servicing of wells. The primary effort is the development of IRPs with priority given to:Development of new IRPs where non-existent procedures result in issues because of inconsistent operating practices.Review and revision of outdated IRPs particularly where new technology requiresnew operating procedures.Provide general support to foster development of non-IRP industry operatingpractices that have current application to a limited number of stakeholders.The recommendations set out in this IRP are meant to allow flexibility and must be used inconjunction with competent technical judgement. It remains the responsibility of the user of the IRP to judge its suitability for a particular application.If there is any inconsistency or conflict between any of the recommended practicescontained in the IRP, and the applicable legislative requirement, the legislative requirementshall prevail.Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy and reliability of the data andrecommendations contained in the IRP. However DACC, its subcommittees, and individualcontributors make no representation, warranty, or guarantee in connection with thepublication or the contents of any IRP recommendation, and hereby disclaim liability of responsibility for loss or damage resulting from the use of this IRP, or for any violation of any legislative requirements. Availability This document, as well as future revisions and additions, is available fromEnform Canada1538 - 25 Avenue NECalgary, AB T2E 8Y3Phone: (403) 250-9606Fax: (403) 291-9408Website: www.enform.ca   Standards for Wellsite Supervision of Drilling, Completions and WorkoversFebruary 2008 Page i T ABLE OF C ONTENTS   Table of Contents ................................................................................................ i   Acknowledgement .............................................................................................. 1   Revision History ................................................................................... 1   Sanction ........................................................................................................ 1   Acknowledgements ....................................................................................... 2   2002 IRP Development Committee ......................................................... 2   Other Contributors ............................................................................... 2   7.1.   Introduction ............................................................................................. 4   7.2.   Scope ....................................................................................................... 5   7.3.   Definitions ................................................................................................ 6   7.4.   Roles, Responsibilities and Duties ............................................................ 7   7.4.1.   Operator and Prime Contractor ........................................................... 7   7.4.1.1.   Regulatory Compliance ............................................................ 7   7.4.1.2.   Safety ................................................................................... 7   7.4.2.   Wellsite Supervisor ............................................................................. 8   7.4.2.1.   General Duties ....................................................................... 8   7.4.2.2.   Safety ................................................................................... 8   7.4.3.   Employer’s Supervision ....................................................................... 9   7.5.   Requirements for Assigning Duties of Wellsite Supervisor ..................... 11   7.5.1.   A Supervisor Must be Assigned ......................................................... 11   7.5.2.   Agreement of Duties ......................................................................... 11   7.5.3.   Identify Wellsite Supervisor .............................................................. 11   7.6.   Training Requirements ........................................................................... 12   7.6.1.   Wellsite Supervisor ........................................................................... 12   7.6.2.   Operator or Prime Contractor ............................................................ 12   7.6.3.   Training Requirements ...................................................................... 12   7.6.4.   Description of Training Courses ........................................................ 13   7.6.4.1.   Safety Management and Regulatory Awareness for WellsiteSupervision .......................................................................... 13   7.6.4.2.   Safety Management and Regulatory Awareness for WellsiteSupervision (Refresher) .......................................................... 13   7.6.4.3.   Second Line Supervisor‟s Well Control ...................................... 13    Standards for Wellsite Supervision of Drilling, Completions and WorkoversPage ii February 2008 7.6.4.4.   Well Service Blowout Prevention (BOP) ..................................... 13   7.6.4.5.   Detection and Control of Flammable Substance .......................... 13   7.6.4.6.   WHMIS Fundamentals ............................................................ 14   7.6.4.7.   Standard First Aid .................................................................. 14   7.6.4.8.   Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) ................................ 14   7.6.4.9.   H 2 S Alive ® ............................................................................ 14   7.7.   Work Experience Assessment ................................................................. 15   7.7.1.   Requirement for Assessment ............................................................ 15   7.7.2.   Frequency of Re-Assessment ............................................................ 15   7.7.2.1.   Continuous Work Situations .................................................... 15   7.7.2.2.   Changes in Job Assignment ..................................................... 15   7.7.3.   Assessment Process and Content Requirements ............................... 15   7.7.3.1.   Process for Assessment of Skill Level ........................................ 15   7.7.3.2.   Required Information Record of Work History and References ...... 16   7.7.3.3.   Minimum Skill Assessment Requirements .................................. 16   7.7.3.4.   Additional Job Specific Skill Requirements ................................. 18   7.8.   Performance Evaluation and Audits........................................................ 19   7.8.1.   Documentation .................................................................................. 19   7.8.2.   Inspections and Audits ...................................................................... 19   7.8.3.   Government Inspections ................................................................... 19   Appendix A   Levels of Control and Responsibility for SafetyManagement ..................................................................................... 20   Appendix B   Notice of Wellsite Supervisor (Sample) ........................................ 21 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