Industry Initiative – Testing, Certification & Training of Drilling Supervisors to Improve Safety and Performance
- Peter McAteer (Sysmax Limited) | Klisthenis Dimitriadis (Tullow Oil) | Charlie Taylor (Tullow Oil) | Chris Kelly (Nexen CNOOC) | Gary Selbie (Premier Oil) | Andrew Warren (Premier Oil) | Neal Whatson (OMV) | Randy Warner (Apache Corporation) | Pam Holloway (Apache Corporation)
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- Society of Petroleum Engineers
- IADC/SPE Drilling Conference and Exhibition, 1-3 March, Fort Worth, Texas, USA
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- Conference Paper
- 2016. IADC/SPE Drilling Conference and Exhibition
- 6 Health, Safety, Security, Environment and Social Responsibility, 2.2 Completion Installation and Operations, 6.3 Safety, 1.6 Drilling Operations, 2.2 Completion Installation and Operations, 6.1.5 Human Resources, Competence and Training, 6.1 HSSE & Social Responsibility Management, 1.7.5 Well Control, 6.1.2 HSSE Reporting
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This paper outlines a new industry initiative and system supported by a group of Operators to reduce NPT and enhance safety performance.
It addresses competency of Well-Site Supervisors with a group of Operators aspiring to create industry-wide certification. Its paradigm is Well Control Certification which it will complement, addressing all other areas within both drilling and completions.
Competence and experience validation requires a systematic, reliable and repeatable approach. The paper will outline the challenges and response of an Operator group to Well-Site Supervisor Testing, Certification and Training.
The Vision is to set the hallmark for quality Well-Site Supervisors globally by providing regularly updated certification.
The objective is to:
Prevent repetitive mistakes that cost the industry $billions each year
Differentiate reliable people and support those that need assistance
Measure reactions to simulations of events that occurred by presenting them as they unfold (to avoid hindsight engineering)
Provide tools to improve and measure the individual's development
Share the resource of quality graded Well-Site Supervisors
Incorporate ‘Human Factors’ to test interaction
The downturn represents a unique opportunity to set a new standard for an upturn when there will be shortages of quality personnel. Operators will be able to identify qualified personnel and train those that don't yet meet requirements, providing more quality personnel to the industry.
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