Travel constitutes the most hazardous part of any remote oil and gas job. Contractors should follow the following protocol while travelling to and from drilling rigs or remote locations.
Communicate with Chinook Headquarters via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or use Moonrock TRIP module.
Always CC your operator contact
As soon as a departure date is established, send an email detailing the following items (or save and start your journey on Monnrock TRIP):
After arriving at the wellsite, send another email confirming your arrival (or close your journey on Moonrock TRIP). It should contain the following items:
After the job is done, before leaving the jobsite, send an email containing the following information (or start your return journey on Moonrock TRIP):
After arriving home send another email (or close your journey on Moonrock TRIP) containing:
nder normal circumstances, no Chinook Consulting Services subcontractor should find themselves working on a well site alone. If for any reason a Contractor should find themselves on a location alone, the Contractor should inform the office immediately of the situation. The only other time when a Chinook Consulting Services subcontractor will be working alone is while driving. All contractors should call/email the office when leaving home to go to a location. They should then again make contact with the office once arriving on location or stopping for the night. All contractors leaving the public road system and entering onto a private road system (i.e. logging road or radio controlled road), should be equipped with a two way radio.
Never venture to isolated spots on location. When on or around the rig, inform the driller of your whereabouts. When leaving location for any reason, inform the Prime Contractor’s representative