Profession tool pusher
Tool pushers assume responsibility over daily drilling operations. They do mostly administrative work. Tool pushers ensure that the oil rig has sufficient materials, spare parts and enough personnel to continue with the daily operations. They conduct drilling activities in accordance with scheduled programme, supervising drilling crew and equipment.
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Theoretical and practical applications of the science studying the action of displacements and forces on physical bodies to the development of machinery and mechanical devices.
- Oil rig legislation
The governmental and environmental rules regarding oil rigs.
- Monitor oil rig costs
Monitor total costs of mining activities, projects and required equipment; pursue maximum operational cost efficiency.
- Schedule shifts
Plan staff time and shifts to reflect the demands of the business.
- Plan rig moves
Responsible for planning and organising rig moves; determine alternative routes to avoid obstacles and road bans.
- Install oil rig
Transport and set up oil rig at designated location; disassemble oil rig when drilling activities have finished.
- Manage mining plant equipment
Oversee the acquisition, installation, maintenance and storage of mining plant equipment.
- Plan rig operations
Plan and execute rigging operations and prepare site for rigging; disassemble rig and clean site afterwards.
- Select well equipment
Select and purchase the appropriate equipment for different functions within the well.
- Supervise worker safety
Ensure safety of site personnel; supervise correct use of protective equipment and clothing; understand and implement safety procedures.
- Give instructions to staff
Give instructions to subordinates by employing various communication techniques. Adjust communication style to the target audience in order to convey instructions as intended.