Online Rig Pass Training
New! IADC accredited Rig Pass course accessible on smartphones and tablets with powerful animations and interactive learning.
Course duration Disclaimer: This course is self-paced for the average person to complete in 8 hours.
Can I test out?
A delegate may take a test out if a delegate can show documentation (i.e., RigPass eLearning certificate) that he/she has taken the equivalent training covered in RigPass.
In addition to showing documentation of having training, the delegate must also have work experience (at least a year) and not be a short service employee (has been working for his/her company for at least six months).
If you meet the above requirements, please click and download the attachment given below.
Please follow the instructions as mentioned in the below attachment: Click here for test-out qualifications for the Safegulf and Safeland endorsements
Click here to view the RigPass Quality Statement and Comment Policy
Click the following link to view the form: View Form
What documents are acceptable as Picture ID?
Driver’s license or Passport
Interactive, Animated Learning
Multimedia, Pictures, Videos, and Animations to help students remember and understand material in the field.
Anywhere, anytime, at your own pace!
Working another job? Spending all your free time on the rig? Too lazy to leave home or travel to a classroom? Take our course anytime, anywhere online on your computer, iPad, iPhone, or Android! Take the entire course in one setting or do it 10 minutes at a time. It’s all up to you.
Receive an IADC certificate of accreditation
Receive a Rig Pass certificate from the International Association of Drilling Contractors (IADC). Available to print or email immediately after course completion.
|Chapter 1 GENERAL SAFETY|
Alcohol and Drug Policies
Firearms, Weapons and Other Prohibited Items
General Worksite Safety
Manual Hand Tool and Power Hand Tool Safety
Walking Working Surfaces
Reporting and Investigating Incidents
|Chapter 2 PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE)|
Determining What PPE Is Needed
Face and Eye Protection
|Chapter 3 HAZARD COMMUNICATION AND MATERIALS HANDLING|
Types of Hazards
Transportation of Hazardous Materials
Unauthorized Release of Hazardous Materials
|Chapter 4 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH|
Employee’s Roles and Responsibilities in Dealing with Industrial Hygiene Hazards
Potential Hazards at the Work Site
|Chapter 5 SPECIALIZED WORK PROCEDURES|
Confined SpaceConfined Space Awareness
Working at Heights
Hoisting and Lifting
|Chapter 6 FIRE SAFETY|
Overview of Fire Protection, Prevention, and Detection
|Chapter 7 MATERIALS HANDLING|
Manual Material Handling
|Chapter 8 HEALTH & FIRST AID|
Health & Adverse Weather
Health & Wildlife, Insects, & Snakes
|Chapter 9 RIG/PLATFORM ENVIRONMENT|
Platform or Location Arrival Procedures
Home Away From Home
Understand the Site-specific Orientation
|Chapter 10 RESPONSE EMERGENCY|
Planning for Emergencies
When to Evacuate
|Chapter 11 WELLSITE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION|
Leaks, Spills, Releases
Overview of HAZWOPER
|Chapter 12 TRANSPORTATION|
Arrival at Shorebase
Arrival at the Rig/Worksite
|Chapter 13 WATER SAFETY|
Personal Flotation Devices & Donning PFD
Standby Rescue Vessel
|Chapter 14 EXCAVATION – TRENCHING &SHORING|
Role of Site Worker, Competent Person
Hazards Relating to Excavation/Trenching Work
Methods of Protection from Excavation Hazards
Use of Personal Protective Equipment
Procedures Regarding Hazardous Atmospheres
Emergency and Non-entry Rescue Procedures
|Chapter 15 PITS AND PONDS|
Safety Precautions When Working Around