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Course 903 - Well Site Completion and Servicing Safety

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Course 903 Certificate
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Modules: 7
Hours: 8
Sector: Oil and Gas

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More than 450,000 workers were employed in the oil and gas industries in 2011. These workers are engaged in many different industrial processes needed to successfully drill and service a well. Safety and health hazards and dangerous conditions can result in fatalities for oil and gas workers. This course provides information on industry standards that can help you identify and prevent hazards in the dangerous oil and gas industry.

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Key Topics

  • Conducting Drill Stem Test
  • Setting Production Casing
  • Installing Production Tubing
  • Starting Production Flow
  • Hydraulic Fractures
  • Beam Pumping Units
  • Transporting Rig
  • Rigging Up Service Rig
  • Set Up Work Area
  • Perforating
  • Removing the Horsehead and Wellhead
  • Pulling and Running Rods
  • Wireline Operations
  • Well Logging
  • Cementing, Swabbing, Hot Oiling
  • Snubbing, Coil Tubing, Sand Cleanout
  • Repairing Liners and Casing
  • Sidetracking: Plug-Back
  • Removing Casing: Place Cement Plugs

Target Audience

  • Employee
  • Supervisor
  • Manager
  • Contractor

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)



The oil and gas industry employs hundreds of thousands of people and is a vital component of the national economy. Sitemap Worker safety and health are important to this industry.

More than 450,000 workers were employed in the oil and gas industries in 2011 (Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages). These workers are engaged in many different industrial processes needed to successfully drill and service a well. These processes frequently require the use of specialized equipment and specialized work crews.

From 2003 to 2010, 823 oil and gas extraction workers were killed on the job–a fatality rate seven times greater than the rate for all U.S. industries (Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries). Safety and health hazards and dangerous conditions that can result in fatalities for oil and gas workers include:

  • vehicle accidents
  • struck-by/caught-in/caught-between
  • explosions and fires
  • falls
  • confined spaces
  • chemical exposures

The information and resources provided in this course can help workers and employers identify and eliminate hazards in their workplace. The course introduces applicable OSHA regulatory requirements, as well as industry standards and guidance aimed at identifying, preventing, and controlling exposure to hazards.

Which OSHA Rules Apply to Oil and Gas?

Employers must protect the safety and health of workers involved in oil and gas operations according to:

  1. OSHA's General Industry Standards (29 CFR 1910)
  2. OSHA's Construction Standards (29 CFR 1926)
  3. General Duty Clause of the Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Act


To begin your training, click on the module links below. If you are just starting this course, you should start with module 1.

  1. Well Completion Safety
  2. Hydraulic Fracturing
  3. Servicing Operations Safety
  4. General Services Safety
  5. Special Services Operations Safety
  6. Special Services Operations Safety (Continued)
  7. Workover and Abandonment Operations Safety

Course 903 Final Exam

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After studying the course material and answering the quiz questions, it is time to take the final exam. We highly recommend answering the module quiz questions to check your understanding of the course material. The final exam questions are typically developed from these quiz questions.

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Course 903 Study Guide. You can save this study guide to your computer for offline studying, or print the study guide if you prefer.


1. Dept. of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (2014). Oil and Gas Well Drilling and Servicing eTool. Retrieved from:

2. American Petroleum Institute (2014). Guidance Document for the Development of a Safety and Environmental Management System for Onshore Oil and Natural Gas Production Operations and Associated Activities. Retrieved from:

3. Bureau of Land Management (2014). Public Lands: Interior. Retrieved from: