This four-day course is aimed at the service rig operators, service rig managers, wellsite supervisors, field foremen, production foremen and production foremen and production engineers involved in well killing operations on the service rig. Topics covered include: sources and magnitude of pressures, causes of kicks, BOP equipment, kick warning signs, crew positions and duties, well shut-in procedures, well killing procedures, calculations and government regulations. NOTE: Students without service rig experience should consider attending Introduction to Well Servicing or other servicing orientation course. Upon successful completion of the Well Service Blowout Prevention examination, the candidate will be issued the required Well Service Blowout Prevention certificate, valid for five years. Students taking the course for the first time or renewing an expired certificate are eligible to take this course. Participants are required to bring their own hard hat, steel-toed boots, fire resistant coveralls, gloves, safety glasses and hearing protection for the practical field portion of this class.
This course is one of the Safety Training courses offered at Great Plains College. If you are interested in taking this course and there is not a date assigned for this location, please connect with us to express interest. We will contact you when/if the course is scheduled in the community. We regularly work with businesses and communities to provide customized training opportunities. Call us for more information and to register: Toll-free Kindersley: 1 (888) 382-7972 Toll-free Swift Current: 1 (866) 296-2472 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org