Maintenance should be done together with Mechanic or Supervisor in the Base, since mentoring is key to understanding procedures.
Good source of information for maintenance to be carried out. After completing these tasks, the Mechanic should be able to perform the maintenance by self on the following:
Maintains assigned trucks, ships, and related equipment in accordance with operating specifications.
Conducts mechanical inspections.
May use moderately complex diagnostic equipment.
Handles special projects, as assigned.
Mechanic is required to participate actively in the planning and execution of CT and pumping, logging jobs, understanding the importance of:
-Coiled Tubing (Hydraulics) & Related Equipment.
-C-Pumps & others on location
-Pumping unit general maintenance
-Electronic trouble shooting as applicable.
Maintain record of (Safety Operation Instruction Meeting) attended, with active role high-lighted Reporting any hazardous situations and improvement plans.
Be able to pump and pressure test to well w/o supervision
-Pre and Post job report
-Tailgate and safety meetings
-Rigging up/Rigging down and equipment layout as per Standards.