Assist large diameter auger drilling

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Self Assessment Survey
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Elements and Performance Criteria

ELEMENT

PERFORMANCE CRITERIA

1. Plan and prepare for assisting with large diameter auger drilling

1.1. Access, interpret and apply compliance documentation relevant to the work activity

1.2. Obtain, confirm and apply work instructions for the allocated task

1.3. Identify, manage and report all potential hazards

1.4. Resolve coordination requirements with others at the site prior to commencing and during work activities

1.5. Load, unload, move, handle, use and store large diameter auger equipment and all associated tools and connecting equipment

1.6. Take necessary safety precautions when handling potentially contaminated spoil

1.7. Wear all necessary personal protective equipment and protective clothing when assisting with auger drilling

2. Assist with augering process

2.1. Fit and remove bits and cutting teeth to and from the cutting head

2.2. Insert remove augers and extension pipe to and from the drill string and assist with auger to auger connections

2.3. Regularly maintain cleanliness around the hole collar by removing spoil only when rotation is stopped

2.4. Observe housekeeping and site safety measures while conducting auger assistance

3. Mix drilling fluids

3.1. Wear appropriate protective clothing

3.2. Check, read and interpret safety information/hazard codes

3.3. Apply correct mixing procedure for the drilling fluid

3.4. Carry out storage of drilling mud components and additives safely and according to recommendations

4. Clean equipment

4.1. Use high pressure cleaners and/or steam cleaning equipment to clean augers and equipment

4.2. Avoid or confine the spread of contamination from auger and equipment cleaning processes

4.3. Follow safe work practices for use of cleaning equipment, chemicals and materials

4.4. Remove and dispose of or neutralise excess spoil from site operations in accordance with environmental regulations

5. Carry out basic maintenance of tools and equipment

5.1. Perform inspection and checks on serviceability of augers including condition of flights, threads, socket connectors and D clips

5.2. Inspect serviceability of pressure cleaning equipment

5.3. Maintain all auger equipment in serviceable condition

5.4. Observe occupational health and safety procedures in carrying out equipment maintenance