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RIG MOVE- DRILLING CHECKLIST

From: TO: Rig #


Supervisor: Date:

1 week before Pre-Move 24hrs before Pre-Move


CHECKLIST YES NO *Perform a meeting with all supervisors to review the Rig Move Plan.
1. Is the road and new location survey acceptable? CHECKLIST YES NO
2. Is the new camp location acceptable? 1. Is all the required material from Rig Move contractor on site?
3. Is the military camp location ready and in compliance to the requirement? 2. Make dolly inspection (if applicable).
4. Check if the road allows to move mast on dolly and communicate to RM. 3. Mark first loads to go during pre-move.

5. Does the miliatry agree to move to the new location? 4. Physical mark new location to spot loads on the right place
the 1st time.
3. Is the pre-move equipment load list ready? 5. Prepare old location for access of trucks and cranes.

6. Have the rig move contractor been contacted? 6. Release mud (as much as possible)- coordinate with WSS.

7. Is there enough availability of cranes and trucks? Pre-Move


8. Is the rig move plan finalized and tailored to this rig move? CHECKLIST YES NO
9. Revise all lifting equipment on site (slings, shacles, etc) 1. Conduct safety meeting
10. Arrange all equipment inside baskets and containers. 2. Clean mud tanks (as many as possible) and start disconnecting them.
11. Inspect rig vehicles (tires, oil, engines, etc). Visual inspection to be made. 3. Back load all unnecessary equipment to HMD.
12. Is the extra set of matting ready to go to new location (when applicable)? 4. Advise 3rd party companies to dismantle equipment and move their
loads.
13. Is the catering company aware of the rig move plan? 5. Prepare DP and equipment for MPI inspection (if applicable)
14. Is there enough water line for the next location water well? 6. Get extra tower lights from closest Sahara rig.
15. Is there going to be an MPI inspection? Have we contacted the company? 7. Assign a guard on the new location to watch the sent loads.
16. Are the raising lines in good condition and ready? 8. Monitor the fuel consumption and communicate if extra fuel required
17. Warehouse man to check material for rig move (grease, plastic, manila rope, 9. Ensure that no equipment or material transferred onto the new platform
gloves, electrical cable, tape, contact clear, WD40, etc) should be necessary for the continuation of current operations.
Right after well release At NEW location
CHECKLIST YES NO CHECKLIST YES NO
1. Check the supports for the mast are in good conditionone day before lowering it. 1. Spot and position sub-structure.
2. Lay- down TDS as per procedure. 2. Connect mast to sub-structure (after dolly or after rig-up)
3. Secure all loose items on the mast. 3. Dress mast
4. Remove flow line and stand pipe hoses to mud pump. 4. Rig-up rig floor
5. Disconnect and rig- down Mud pumps. 5. Raise mast and sub-structure
6. Prepare all equipment to lower sub-structure and mast. 6. Water well connection
After lowering sub-structure and mast 7. Test MP's, agitators, relief valves and all mud system on day #8.
CHECKLIST YES NO 8. Level mast after TDS has been rigged-up.
1. Rig down drill floor equipment. 10. Change pistons, liners, valves and seats on MP's.
2. Disconnect mast from sub-structure. 11. Test surface equipment and service lines.
3. Put mast on dolly (if applicable), otherwise dismantle and break. 12. Record the time the rig is ready to start mixing mud and pick-up DP as
"END OF RIG MOVE".
4. Rig down drawworks, rotary table, "A" frame (move in one piece if possible)
5. Rig down flare lines and water lines.
*Start maintenance as per preventive program and Rig Move Job Scope.
COMMENTS/ LESSONS LEARNED
RIG MOVE- MECHANICAL CHECKLIST
From: TO: Rig #
Supervisor: Date:

1 week before Pre-Move 24hrs before Pre-Move


EQUIPMENT CHECKLIST YES NO EQUIPMENT CHECKLIST YES NO
1. Is the control fifth wheel and break working? 1. Keep level as low as possible.
2. Pressure test done for the control break of each wheel? Fuel daily tank 2. Control the adjustement of the disc break
3. Control and connect each air lines to the truck. 3. Control the pressure of the accumulator of the Brake HPU
4. Tested pressure of each tire (including spares)? 1. Connect the hydraulic lines on the remote side ONLY.
Trailer Remote Panel
5. Tested ok the manual hydraulic station? 2. Have the other side ready on the rig floor level.
6. Do you have tools ready in case you have to change one Fire tank
wheel during the trip? 1. Disconnect lines and fire tank.
7. Control general assembly- checked? Rougneck (HH) 1. Disconnect the hydraulic lines (protect ends connections).
Engine Rig Camp 1. Have you done a running test? 1. Change oil/filters, gear-box and Hydraulic system.
1. Check the HPU control 2. Running test.
2. Revise the top fuel tank TDS 3. Check for leaks.
HPU Mobile 3. Check for oil level on the unit. 4. Assist the driller for positioning 3 way valves.
4. Make a running test 5. Dissasemble counterbalance cylinders.
5. Pressure and hydraulic lines for the trailer are ready? 1. Dismantle the shaft.
Rotary table
Cold start 1. Run a control test. 2. Keep bolts in Mechanical workshop.
1. Does the test diaphragm pump work? Remote panel 1. Disconnect as soon as there is greenlight from RS.
Suction resources 1. Check availability on the rig for control lines, connections and
2. Is the SUPVAC working ok? Snubber cylinders spare cylinders.
1. Are all drums arranged inside the rack? *Perform a meeting with all supervisors to review the Rig Move Plan.
Oil drums
2. Are all extra (waste) drums backloaded to HMD? Right after well release
Csg stab board 1. Air supply is disconnected? EQUIPMENT CHECKLIST YES NO
Drawworks break 1. Is the handle ready to be able to set each caliper? BOP 1. Disconnect all hydraulic lines, plug them and store them.
disk 2. Are the filling control tools (break HPU) ready? 1. Disconnect the lines (air/hydraulic/elect.).
Accumulator Unit
1. Are all hydraulic lines with clean end connections? 2. Release the pressure up to 0 psi.
Remote control
2. Are all lines identified and ready to be connected? Engines 1. Ensure there are 2 engines on line.
BOP hoist 1. Is the BOP hoist skid ready? Air Compressors 1. Ensure there are 2 air compressors (Pilot system).
1. Are the rig washguns working properly? 1. Review the procedure to lower mast and sub.
Wash gun
2. If not, have we rented extra wash guns (hot water)? MAST 2. Make sure all equipment is operating correctly.
Mast hydraulic 1. Are they ready with one pump? 3. Assist RS while operating the remote to test.
cilinders 2. Do they have the right connections in place? After lowering sub-structure and mast
BOP Lines 1. Check the control caps and plugs are available to plug lines Remote panel 1. Disconnect the lines (do not lose identification).
once disconnected.

1. All devices and resources needed to perform the TDS oil


change before laying it down are ready? (pump, oil, filters, lines Cooling water 1. Disconnect and drain the tank.
and connectors)
TOOLS
2. Are all hydraulic lines for snubbers cylinders and spare BOP hoist 1. Slide it on the skid.
available on the rig?
3. Are all PM tasks tools ready and available? Air system 1. Disconnect all air system.
1. Send back all non-required equipment (scrap) Washdown 1. Disconnect cleaning unit system.
Miscellaneous
2. Minimize loads (put all equipment inside the baskets) Fuel daily tank 1. Drain and off load from trailer.
At NEW location 1. Disconnect fuel jumper hoses.
DAY # 6 2. Prepare the trailers to be loaded.
CAMPS 3. Move the cable trays prior to moving the trailers and spot
1. Re-connect all lines and instalations Trailers them on the new location.
Fuel tanks 1. Reinstal and refill them 4. Move engine trailers first and spot them on new location.
5. Move the VFD trailer at the end to be able to save time on
Trailers 1. Re-connect trailers. spotting it, after the other trailers are already in place.
2. Perform running test. CAMPS 1. Disconnect water lines and drain them
1. Re-connect all supply air/water/cooling lines *Start maintenance as per preventive program and Rig Move Job Scope.
Rig Floor 2. Install BOP hoist and connect air supply.
3. Re-connect all air to rig floor equipment. COMMENTS/ LESSONS LEARNED
Man rider 1. Check that the wire is in proper place.
1. Control air winch connected
Monkey board
2. Check for oil inside lubricator.
DAY # 8
Remote control 1. Put in place and re-connect.
1. Revise procedure for raising mast and sub.
MAST & SUB 2. Check all equipment is properly functioning.
3. Assist the RS.
DAY # 9
Rotary table 1. Re-connect the shaft.
Mast alignment 1. Assist drilling crew with hydraulic cylinders and sheams.
1. Assist drilling crew for counterbalance
2. Reconnect hoses
TDS
3. Check for leaks
4. Running test
RIG MOVE- ELECTRICAL CHECKLIST
From: TO: Rig #
Supervisor: Date:

1 week before Pre-Move 24hrs before Pre-Move


EQUIPMENT CHECKLIST YES NO EQUIPMENT CHECKLIST YES NO
Cellar pumps 1. Prepare both cellar pumps. *Perform a meeting with all supervisors to review the Rig Move Plan.

PCR plug board 1. Check that all cables are marked up inside of the PCR plug 1. Check the batteries
board
Portable Air Emergency
Compressor (if 1. Check the battery and test the unit. generator 2. Start the generator and check for output voltage.
applicable)
1. Make sure that all batteries are charged. 3. Ensure that no warning lights are showing on the panel.
Tower lights
2. Revise all the lights on the lighting head are operative. Hydraulic Unit 1. Check the battery for the unit.
1. Prepare the black pearl grease for TDS. (Portable) 2. Test the unit making sure that it runs OK.
2. Prepare the special grease fitting required to grease the TDS AC MI Swaco 1. Rig down power supply.
motors.
TOOLS
3. Prepare lengths of string so that cables can be secured. Geolog 1. Rig down power supply.

1. Start to rig down the mud tanks (lights and cables).


4. Prepare the required tools and material to perform PM tasks. Mud tanks
Right after well release 2. Leave lights operational for night crew to work safely.
Mud pumps 1. Disconnect both mud pumps. At NEW location

Rig sense 1. Remove the flow paddle from the flow line to prevent it getting PCR 1. Check all the cubicles inside the PCR for any damage during
damaged and place it on the electrical workshop. the transportation of the PCR.

1. Power down TDS. Transformers 1. Check all transformers for any damage caused during
transportation.
TDS 2. Disconnect the cables from the VFD house. Generators 1. Re- connect the generators

3. Disconnect the service loop connected to the TDS. Ground cables 1. Install all the ground cables BEFORE starting any power
generation.

1. Start to rig down cables on the drill floor leaving cables for
drawworks, Elmagco, profibus, etc., for lowering the mast. 1. Reconnect fuel tanks.
Drill floor Fuel tanks

2. Remove talk back from monkey board. 2. Ensure that all ground cables are connected first.

1. Function test El Magco break. Mud pumps 1. If the mud pumps are in position, place the grass hopper into
El Magco its position.
2. Function test the main drawwork's hydraulic break. 1. Rig-up and connect the drawworks.

1. Review the procedure and conduct safety meeting. 2. Rig-up and connect the El Magco.

2. While bringing down the sub-structure, one electrician to


Substructure & standby the grass hopper at all times to check that the cables do 3. Rig-up and connect all necessary rig floor eqpt.
Mast lowering not get caught or damaged.
Drill floor
3. With two engines online and one IDLE, lower the mast. 4. Connect the rotary
4. Watch the TDS service loop as the mast is lowered in case of 5. Make sure the mast lights are connected
any problems.

1. Coordinate with drilling crew once everything is finished with


the drawworks to shut off all the main power generation. 5. Ensure that the RAL (red aircraft light) is functional.
Engines - SHUT
DOWN 2. Rig down the grass hopper and remove it. 1. Start up power generation after performing the check-up.
3. Ensure there are 2 engines on line, then 2 air compressors Power generation
(pilot system). 2. Put online three generators to raise the mast.

Emergency 1. Power up the mini camp using the emergency generator. 1. Function test
generator El Magco
Generators 1. Rig down all available equipment (incl. generator). 2. Function test the main drawworks hydraulic break.
Water tanks 1. Disconnect all water tanks. 1. Revise the procedure and make safety meeting.
After lowering sub-structure and mast 2. Raise mast and monitor the TDS service loop
Mast and sub
Drill floor 1. Complete the rig down of the drill floor. RAISE 3. Check the talkbalk system in the mast.
4. Raise the sub and check the grass hopper behind the
1. Check all lights. drawworks to monitor the cables.
Mast
2. Rig down cameras from the mast. 1. Re-connect mud pumps.
3. Remove all cables from mast. 2. Function test mud pumps.
Mud pumps
CAD 1. Disconnect CAD system. 3. Function test super chargers and blower motors.
Ground cables 1. Remove all ground cables. 4. Function test oil pumps and liner wash pumps.
Workshops 1. Disconnect all workshops and warehouses Water tanks 1. Re connect water tanks.
Fuel tanks 1. Disconnect all fuel tanks. Mini camp 1. Supply the mini camp from the main generators
*Start maintenance as per preventive program and Rig Move Job Scope. 1. Connect cables for the TDS VFD, but do not power up.
COMMENTS/ LESSONS LEARNED 2. Connect up the TDS on the drill floor.
TDS
3. Power up when complete
4. Function test all functions.
MI Swaco and 1. Supply power to MI Swaco.
geolog 2. Supply power to Geolog.
Workshops 1. Connect power for the workshops and warehouses.

Communications 1. Check talk back from cellar to drill floor for correct operation

1. Check for correct operation of the rig sense system


Rig sense
2. Check mud pump stroke counters, etc.
Cellar pumps 1. Replace cellar pumps into positionn and test pumps.
1. Reconnect power for the CAD system.
CAD Unit 2. Function test all CAD operations from the drillfloor HMI and
the RS HMI.
1. Check inside PCR for normal operation of equipment.
PCR
2. Check for ground fault indication.
CAMPS 1. Prior to spot, check lay-out and cable lenghts.
* Perform a STOP tour to make sure all equipment is operative before the pre-spud checklist.
RIG MOVE- Management of Change
Rig # From: TO:
Date: Supervisor:

Brief description

TYPE OF CHANGE

Procedure Equipment Use

CAUSE AND DESCRIPTION OF THE CHANGES

POTENTIAL RISKS IDENTIFIED

Prepared by: Signature: Date:

Approved by: Signature: Date:


LAY-DOWN TDS CHECKLIST
Need a Safe work permit to work on Height.
Safety Belt Must required to Inspect the TDS prior to Lay Down.
YES NO
Make sure/ need to check:
1 Visual inspect that no objects around the area can cause tripping.
2 Make sure you have all the material required.
3 Visual inspect for loose objects on the TDS.
4 Rotate pipe-handler 90 degrees to take off the links.
5 Open the catch link pipe to release the links.
6 Remove the two links using sling and air winch.
7 Locate the RIG-UP/RUN/SHUTDOWN valve on the hydraulic manifold.
8 With the hydraulic power ON, select the "RIG-UP" position.
9 Remove the extended counterblance cylinders for the hook ears.
10 Select the "SHUTDOWN" position
11 Turn off the TDS.
12 Install the bail lock bar to avoid pivoting of bail during the lay down.
13 Disconnect the TDS service loop at the TDS.
14 Cap all connectors (also at the derrick termination plate).
15 Lower TDS service loop (450kgs) into a service loop tub.
16 Disconnect the rotary hose from the TDS.
17 Install the stopper to avoid rotation of the pipe handler.
18 Pick up the TDS to the locking point.
19 Engage the upper and lower carriage latches to lock TDS with the beam.
Open the clevis of travelling block (secure the clevis by sling attached in the air wich and
20
open it from the front side)
21 Higher the block and close the clevis.
22 Make sure the pin is in the right place.
23 Remove the pin and close the two sides of the block.
24 Using 2 slings of 10 tons, pass it through the clevis hook.
25 Bring each end down through TDS bail and fix it in the TDS's beam.
26 Using the 2 air winches, pass the calbes through the guide beam.
27 Secure the guide beam with sling
28 Remove the lower tieback assembly
29 Remove the pin that holds the beam
30 Using a 70 ton crane with 2 slings, lower the TDS with traveling block and crane to the rig floor.
31 Using 4 slings hooked in the crane, pick up the TDS from the rig floor and place it safe in the ground.
RIG-UP TOP DRIVE CHECKLIST
Need a Safe work permit to work on Height. Dated
Safety Belt Must required to Inspect the TDS after is to rigged-up.
YES NO
MAKE SURE/ NEED TO CHECK:
1 Go through the procedure and review any possible risks or hazards.
2 Make sure you have in hand all the requiered material for this operation.
3 Position the TDS on the walkway
Using a 70 ton crane with 2 slings, pick-up the TDS with traveling block and
4
crane to the rig floor.
5 Pick up TDS into vertical position & install guide plate.
Pick-up TDS to locate into bottom of track in mast install upper suspension botls
6
& bottow location pins.
7 Slack off on the block & remove bail spreader and handling slings.
8 Install TDS bails into saddle in block.
9 Pick-up to take weight of TDS and remove top security braces.
10 Remove transport braces from below compensator, and run block up to monkey board.
11 Move bottom block from transport position down to drilling position.
12 Move track position guides back into the track.
13 Install service loop
14 Install subs and torque tube.
15 Install IBOP actuator and safety clamps.
16 Install bail arms and kelly hose.
17 Blocks can now be hung off and drilling line slipped back.
MAST LOWERING CHECKLIST
Need a Safe work permit to work on Height. Dated
Safety Belt Must required to Inspect the Mast prior to Lower.
YES NO
MAKE SURE/ NEED TO CHECK:
1 Fill up mast check list weekly
2 Displace driilling spool. Check air pressure is correct (120psi) and function test drilling spool
3 Secure cameras in mast
4 Disconnect line from air winch. Lay down same.
5 Disconnect Tds Grasshopper.
6 Remove extension ladders to mast access on both sides
7 Remove casing stabbing board
Check all suspension lines free (Mudbucket,Spnning wrench,air winch,suspension
8 line Tds)
9 Prepare support for the mast (Small x 2 and high)
10 Install support for travelling block
11 Confirme mast area on ground clear of any object
12 Prepare safety belts to work at hight (remove U Bolts on A-Frame)
13 Prepare proper tools to remove U bolts
14 Grease all sheaves + A-Frame sheaves sliding bar
15 Connect hydraulic hose on jack ;Test with hydraulic unit panel.
16 Check oil level
17 Test 2nd hydraulic brake unit
18 Close monkey board with the sliding bars on both side
19 Turn diving board in back position
20 Disconnect air to mast , monkey board
21 Check dead line sensor gap and martin decker indication (+/-10T)
RAISE WORK PERMIT PRIOR TO LOWER THE MAST.

DURING MAST LOWERING YES NO

1 Check with Personnel observing that there is no problem


2 Lower the Mast as per CPTDC/HH instructions and Procedure
3 Contiuously check that the dead line is not rubbing on the hoses.
SUB-BASE LOWERING CHECKLIST
Need a Safe work permit to work on Height.
Safety Belt Must required to Inspect the Mast prior to Raise.
YES
MAKE SURE / NEED TO CHECK:
1 Check all pins+ Safety pins in place
2 Check pins L17,L16 and R16,R17 are properly in place
3 Lock the travelling block
4 Number of wraps on drawworks : 25
5 Remove mouse hole
6 Remove BOP scaffolding
7 Remove H2S sensors (Trip tank, subbase,rotary table)
8 Remove stand pipe skid
9 Lock BOP hoist on V-door side
10 Disconnect lines between trip tank and subbase
11 Remove stair V-door side
12 Remove stair Rig floor shale shacker
13 Remove extension ladder to mast access both side
14 Remove floor element front pedestal
15 Remove V-door + Cat work
16 Grease all sheaves + A-Frame sheaves sliding bar
17 Connect hydraulic hose on jack ;Test same with hydraulic unit panel.
18 Check oil level
19 Check dead line sensor gap and martin decker indication (+/-10T)
20 Test 2nd hydraulic brake unit
21 Close monkey board with the slide bar both side
22 Turn diving board in back position
23 Disconnect air to mast , monkey board
24 Lower casing board
25 Prepare hammer on both platform , stopchute
26 Confirm space free below subbase
27 Confirm hydraulic hose cathead + Easy torque free.
28 Prepare crane to remove Bop hoist
29 Confirm bolts are in place to secure Drawworks on Subbase
30 Check dead line fixation.(bolts,studs).
31 Check last cut or slip cumul tonne miles
RAISE WORK PERMIT PRIOR TO LOWER THE SUB-BASE.
DURING SUB-BASE LOWERING YES

1 Put the raising Lines in tension and record weight on M.D. Stop if abnormal tension is observed
2 Check with Personnel observing that there is no problem
3 Lower the sub as per CPTDC/HH instructions and Procedure
4 Contiuously check that the dead line is not rubbing on the hoses.
KLIST
Dated
to Raise.
NO
NO

observed
MAST RAISING CHECKLIST
Need a Safe work permit to work on Height. Dated
Safety Belt Must required to Inspect the Mast prior to Raise.
YES NO
MAKE SURE / NEED TO CHECK:
1 Visual inspection of raising lines, ensure they are properly installed and check certificates/cycles
2 All Drift Pin are properly inplace.
3 All Keeper/Saftey Pins are properly inplace.
4 All shackles have a safety wire on the Pin's.
5 Bridle & Mast raising line properly strung.
6 Yoke properly Strung & all safety Pin inplace.
7 Bridle line Drift pins Locking bolt are good tight & Plates are inplace.
8 Visuall inspect Drill-line is not Reeve through any Beam.
9 Double check the Dead Anchor for tightining.
10 Check gap on dead line anchor. Flush the line, ensure it's free of air and adjust air gap (5/8")
11 All the Ladder & Ladder Angle are in Place, all bolts good Tights.
12 Ladder Stopage Basket has the Safety Slings.
13 All Air-Wench Sheave got the Safety Cable on & Properly Strung.
14 Stand-Pipe & Rotary Hose good Tight & got the Safety Chain.
15 Rotary Hose properly secured with Rope.
16 Air-line to the Monkey Board Attached & Clamp properly.
17 Mast are clear from any falling Object.
18 All Tube light inplace & properly secured with Safety Sling.
19 TDS Derrick Termination clamp in Place & properly secured. (Loop Clamp).
20 TDS Loop properly Strung & secured.
21 TDS Hang-off Link & Shackle hang under the Crown & properly secured.
22 Monkey board is secured & Fingers are properly secured.
23 Monkey Board Winch inplace & secured.
24 Derrickman Escape-line inplcae & secured.
25 Monkey board safety guard is installed.
26 Double check the Draw-Work & Mast Pull-back lines, Shackles etc.
27 Draw-Work front Guard should be removed.
28 Greased the All Mast Raing Sheaves and Blocks.
29 Rotary Beam & Rotary support beam inplace & secured.
30 Jack & its complete componant present in approch.
31 Hammers are ready to be used, being inspected / checked.
32 All Hanging lines, Wenchs, Tongs, Pipe Spinner, D-Works, Mud Bucket are inplace & secured.
33 Check the Draw-Work Air Supply.Make Sure Air supply on for Draw-Works.
34 Check the Draw-Work Power Supply.
35 Minimum 03 Generator on line.
36 Check the Crown Bumper & Mesh.
37 Hook must be Locked (Main & Trip Lock).
38 03 Set of Walky Talky must be ready.
39 Need to check Draw-Works break cylinder brakes and HPU prior to Raise the Mast.
40 Ensure the travelling block is reeved with 10 lines
41 Ensure the number of wraps on the drum is sufficient (mini 2 rows as per CPTDC recommendations)
42 Jumper bars installed on all sheaves (raising lines), crownblock and dead line anchor
43 Test Elamgso brake (approx 40 amps)
44 Test Low clutch pressure and record it
45 Test SCR Emergeny Shut Down
46 Test Black-Out Emergency shut downat rig floor (Elmagco battery and emergency brake)
47 Flush and Test A-Frame and Sub Base Jacks
48 Be sure all lines free while raising mast(air winches, tongs, manrider)
49 Confirm Martin-Decker dial in accordance with the number of lines strung
50 Prepare U-Bolts for A-Frame, tools and Safety Harness
51 Remove Crown'O'Matic (to be reinstalled after Raising Mast and Sub Base)
52 Ensure the Substructure Retaining Pins are in place with safety pins attached
53 Double check dead line position / rotary hose
RAISE WORK PERMIT PRIOR TO RAISE THE MAST.

DURING MAST RAISING YES NO

1 Put the raising Lines in tension and record weight on M.D. Stop if abnormal tension is observed (275,000lbs)

2 Check with Personnel observing that there is no problem

3 Pick Up the Mast 20cm from the support. Check weight according to CPTDC/HH instructions. Hold like this 5 min

4 Raise the Mast as per CPTDC/HH instructions

5 Contiuously check that the dead line is not rubbing on the hoses.
SUB RAISING CHECKLIST
Need a Safe work permit to work on Height. Date:
Safety Belt Must required to Inspect the SUB prior to Raise.

PRIOR TO RAISE THE SUB YES NO

1 BETWEEN MAST AND SUB RAISING OPERATIONS, REMOVE THE TWO SUB BASE RETAINING PINS

2 BOP HOIST HAVE BEEN PREPARED, TOOLS ARE READY AND CRANE IN PLACE
3 ENSURE ALL PINS ARE FLUSH SO THAT THEY CANNOT BLOCK ANY PART OF THE SUB BEING RAISED

4 SWITCH FROM MAST RAISING LINES TO SUB RAISING LINES

DURING SUB RAISING YES NO

1 Put the raising Lines in tension and record weight on M.D. Stop if abnormal tension is observed (35,000lbs)

2 Check with Personnel observing that there is no problem

3 Pick Up the Sub from 1 m and install BOP Hoists


4 Raise the Sub as per CPTDC/HH instructions