: This course will discuss the work aid for typical XTO Bakken District well maintenance activities. The work aid supplements existing best practices, XTO Safety Handbook requirements, and workover rig standards and procedures. In the event of procedure, policy, best practice, etc. misalignment, the most stringent rule will apply. The course will refer to XTO Completion and Well Work Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), Third Edition, July 1, 2016.
MAJOR UNITS OF STUDY:
This course instructs students to:
AS PER XTO POLICY, NO CELL PHONES WILL BE ALLOWED IN THE CLASSROOM. PLEASE LEAVE THEM IN YOUR VEHICLE, OR THE INSTRUCTOR WILL ASK YOU TO LEAVE CLASS FOR THE DAY.
- Identify and manage potential job hazards as it concerns XTO North Dakota and Montana operations.
- Become aware of hazard elimination and mitigation techniques as it pertains to Well Work.
- Be knowledgeable of XTO safety related material.
STUDENT CANCELLATIONS AND REFUNDS:
Registration fee is non-refundable. A student may transfer to another class at least one (1) business day prior to class start. No class transfers will be issued if TrainND is notified after class start. A student may transfer class fees to another employee up to class start date.
TRAINND CLASS CANCELLATION POLICY:
TrainND may cancel classes up to class start date. If TrainND cancels a class, any registered students at time of cancellation may be transferred to the next available class. The XTO Energy High Risk Orientation course requires a minimum five (5) students; class will be cancelled up to class start date if minimum requirement has not been met.