About MOHAMED MOUSSA

  • Academic Level Diploma
  • Age 43 - 47 Years
  • Salary 3868
  • Gender Male
  • Industry Management

Description

The Toolpusher has the responsibility for ensuring that drilling operations on board are planned and performed in accordance with terms of the contract, company policies, and applicable rules and regulations during his tour of duty.
This includes the responsibility for ensuring that drilling operations are conducted inside the operating envelope of the MODU as stipulated in the statutory Operation Manual.
• Responsible for the Health and Safety of the personnel working under his management and for including appropriate environmental safeguards in the operations planning.
• Ensure that the relevant requirements of the Management System are implemented within his area of responsibility, and he has the authority to initiate immediate corrective action to prevent the occurrence of a non-conformance within his area of responsibility.
• Work in close co-operation with the Offshore Installation Manager (OIM) and the Client’s Representative on board.
• Responsible for maintaining his IWCF certification valid at all times and also ensure his drilling crew has valid certificates as required as per company policy

Education

  • 1997
    Materia Institute for Technology in Cairo, Egypt

    High Technical Diploma

    Materia Institute for Technology in Cairo, Egypt. (General Grade: Good (75%). December 1997 If no university or college degree, list the highest education level attained: Technical School: High School Diploma. Architecture Department. Cairo Technology School. (General Grade: Good

Experience

  • 2017 - 2021
    Selective Marine Services Drilling

    Day Tool Pusher

    The Toolpusher has the responsibility for ensuring that drilling operations on board are planned and performed in accordance with terms of the contract, company policies, and applicable rules and regulations during his tour of duty. This includes the responsibility for ensuring that drilling operations are conducted inside the operating envelope of the MODU as stipulated in the statutory Operation Manual. • Responsible for the Health and Safety of the personnel working under his management and for including appropriate environmental safeguards in the operations planning. • Ensure that the relevant requirements of the Management System are implemented within his area of responsibility, and he has the authority to initiate immediate corrective action to prevent the occurrence of a non-conformance within his area of responsibility. • Work in close co-operation with the Offshore Installation Manager (OIM) and the Client\'s Representative on board. • Responsible for maintaining his IWCF certification valid at all times and also ensure his drilling crew has valid certificates as required as per company policy

  • 2015 - 2017
    Egyptian Drilling Company

    Night Tool pusher

    Supervising and coordinating activities of workers engaged in drilling activities. Ensuring strict health and safety standards are followed by all staff. Directing workers to erect, dismantle and move drilling rigs and drilling crews in setting up and operating power units, draw works and other drilling equipment

  • 2011 - 2014
    GULF DRILLING INTERNATIONAL

    DRILLER

    The driller should inspect the rig and make sure that all bearings are being greased. The driller should explain to his crew their job and check frequently to see that they do it properly. The driller should never break the Kelly off with the pump engaged Everyone on a crew should know how to stop the draw works in case of an emergency. This should be determined by actual test The driller should stay at the control panel when jetting is being done The driller should stay on the brake when the derrickman is greasing the crown and block or conducting other maintenance work in the derrick. The driller’s job includes seeing that all workers carry out safety rules. Examples include making sure that the rope on the cutline doesn’t have any broken strands or frays and ensuring that the tongs have good snub lines and good dies. When going in the hole, the driller should be careful of hitting bridges When the crew is working on the draw works chain, the driller should be at the controls. Lockout/Tag-out procedures should be used When greasing the rig, the driller should be sure that the men have removed all tools (grease guns) and closed covers before starting the draw works Always keep tools out from around the control panel and brake

  • 2008 - 2010
    Sino Thruway Drilling

    Assistant Driller

    (Assistant Drillers work on oil rigs and direct teams responsible for extracting oil and natural gas. Resume samples in the field mention duties like controlling the rate of drilling, maintaining equipment, enforcing safety regulations, reporting to supervisors, training staff to recognize abnormal conditions to prevent accidents, and implementing emergency procedures if needed. The ideal candidate for the job should mention the following skills in their resumes: drilling expertise, attention to safety, leadership, organization, computer literacy, and teamwork. At least a high school diploma and the completion of an apprenticeship are required

  • 2006 - 2008
    Sino Thruway Drilling

    Derrick-Man

    Responsible for operating and servicing oil and gas wells. Assists in rigging up or down, laying out the tubing, and transporting drilling and service rigs. May require a high school diploma. Typically reports to a supervisor or manager. Works independently within established procedures associated with the specific job function. Has gained proficiency in multiple competencies relevant to the job. Typically requires 2 years of related experience

  • 2003 - 2007
    Sino Thruway Drilling

    Floor Man

    Keep tongs perfectly balanced and greased. Lubricate all hinge pins. The one between the tong head and handle is most important. Adjust the tong counter weight as needed. Do not tie additional weight to tong counterweight Keep the tongs level and adjust as needed. Keep good pins and dies in tongs. When the Kelly is being pulled back to put in rat hole, never stand between the Kelly and tongs or in line between the Kelly and the pipe in the rotary. Check the Kelly, pull back the cable, make sure it is a safe and proper hook on the end of the pullback cable, and secure the hook in the Kelly bushing where it won’t pull loose All tools should be picked up and hung on the rack. Repair or replace them as necessary. Use the rig floor hoist to get drill collar subs from the rack. Put the subs back on the rack after use Stand clear of the jerk line while making up pipe. Never have feet under pipe when the pipe is going in the hole. Always keep non-skid material around the rotary Keep the rotary and rig floor clear of mud and other materials that could create slip and trip hazards Lubricate and inspect the elevator latch and elevator hinge pin before each trip. Have the elevator latched before letting the driller pick up on pipe. If the catwalk is covered with boards, it should be free of all broken boards and the boards should be bolted at both ends

  • 2002 - 2003
    Weather Ford Drilling International

    Floor Man

    Keep tongs properly balanced and greased. Lubricate all hinge pins. The one between the tong head and handle is most important. Adjust the tong counterweight as needed. Don’t tie an additional weight to the tong counterweight. Keep the tongs level and adjust as needed. Keep good pins and dies in tongs. When the Kelly is being pulled back to put in a rat hole, never stand between the Kelly and tongs or inline between the Kelly and the pipe in the rotary. All tools should be picked up and hung on the rack. Repair or replace them as necessary. Use the rig floor hoist to get drill collar subs from the rack. Put the subs back on the rack after use. Stand clear of the jerk line while making up the pipe. Never use a hatchet on steel. Use a ball-peen hammer. Grind down all mushroomed hammers and chisels

  • 1999 - 2001
    Global Sant Fe

    Roustabout

    Roustabouts are manual laborers who work in the oil and gas drilling industries. They are responsible for a wide variety of tasks aimed at keeping oil and gas rigs running safely and efficiently. Roustabouts typically work difficult shifts that be more than twelve hours long, so they need to be physically fit and have the stamina for hours of manual labor. Becoming a roustabout is typically the entry point for workers in the gas and oil industry. While this role has not traditionally required any formal education, the increased demand for roustabouts (particularly in natural gas drilling operations) has resulted in vocational schools and community colleges establishing programs to prepare candidates for employment as roustabouts

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