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DACUM Research Chart for

Drilling Contractors and Operators


DACUM Panel

John Henrich, MGWC/CVCLD


President
Bergerson-Caswell Inc.
Maple Plain, MN
Gary L. Hix, CWD/PI
Owner
In2Wells LLC
Tuscon, AZ
Rod E. Jenkins, CWD
Owner/Operator
Hall and Jenkins Well Drilling
New Carlisle, OH
Ron McAfee, CWD/PI/CSP-II
Owner
The Water Mechanic
Clover, SC
Ernest Pender, MGWC
President
Pender Water Wells
Texarkana, TX
Roger E. Renner, MGWC
President/CEO
E. H. Renner & Sons Inc.
Elk River, MN
Steve Schneider, MGWC
Vice President
Schneider Water Services
St. Paul, OR

DACUM Facilitators
Robert E. Norton
CETE/OSU
Erich Fein
CETE/OSU

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Produced by

Center on Education and Training for Employment


College of Education
The Ohio State University
1900 Kenny Road
Columbus, OH 43210-1090

June 10-11, 2003

Duties

DACUM Research Chart for Drilling Contractors and Operators


A-1. Respond
to client
inquiry

Tasks

A-2. Collect
client
information

A-3. Determine client needs


A-4. Conduct site assessment A-5. Explain construction
(e.g., water supply, decommission, (e.g., access, set-backs)
options to client
time schedule, rehab)

Assess
Client
Needs

Develop
Project
Plan

Initiate
Project
Plan

C-1. Obtain required permits


(e.g., notices of intent, start
cards, notifications)

Mobilize
for the
Site

D-1. Prepare drilling equipment D-2. Load


tools and
(e.g., pre-trip, safety, prevenmaterials
tive maintenance)

Construct
Water
Well

Rehabilitate Wells

F-1. Determine existing well


construction

F-2. Determine F-3. Remove


water
pumping
chemistry
equipment

Develop
Wells

G-1. Install development tools


and equipment

G-2. Manage
development
chemicals

G-3. Agitate screened production


zone (e.g., jetting, swabbing,
rawhiding)

Decommission
Wells

H-1. Determine existing well


construction

H-2. Videolog
the well

I-1. Create downhole videolog


of well

H-3. Clear well H-4. Prepare casing and liner


to required
(e.g., perforate, remove)
depth

I-2. Load tools I-3. Tear down equipment


and materials (e.g., decon equipment)

B-1. Research geological/


hydrological conditions
(e.g., well records)

C-11. Notify inspectors (e.g.,


regulators, engineers)

C-2. Obtain
bonds and
insurance

C-12. Locate
underground
utilities

C-3. Prepare project specific


submittals (e.g., health and
safety plan)

E-12. Pull
back casing

E-3. Drill borehole


(e.g., under-reaming)

E-13. Manage E-14. Perform E-15. Remove E-16. Seal


plumbness and temporary
drill cuttings
casing in place
alignment test casing
and fluids

G-11. Install
sanitary cover

C-4. Order
project
materials

D-3. Deliver
D-4. Prepare site for crew
equipment and (e.g., postings, portolet,
materials
communications)

E-1. Perform equipment maintenance E-2. Prepare


and startup (e.g., inspect drill bit)
drilling fluids

G-10. Disinfect
the well

Demobilize the
Site

B-2. Determine B-3. Determine B-4. Estimate B-5. Determine contractual


proposed well
equipment
material
terms and conditions
structure
needs
needs

F-4. Videolog
the well

E-4. Install
casing and
shoe

A-6. Provide
verbal cost
estimate

B-6. Estimate human resource


requirements

C-5. Determine C-6. Participate


well location
in preconstruction meeting

A-7. Assess
client payment
ability
B-7. Formulate B-8. Estimate
project/time
contractor
schedule
costs

C-7. Schedule C-8. Schedule C-9. Brief


rig and
project crew(s) drilling crew
equipment

B-9. Prepare
written
proposal

C-10. Schedule
subcontractors

D-5. Prepare site for equipment D-6. Set up


(e.g., leveling, fencing,
equipment
excavation)

D-7. Establish D-8. Conduct tailgate meeting


adequate water (e.g., safety issues)
supply

E-5. Collect
geologic
samples

E-8. Install
E-9. Install
liner assembly screen
assembly

E-6. Analyze
geologic
samples

F-5. Modify
F-6. Implement well
treatment plan development plan

E-7. Perform
geophysical
logging

B-10. Execute
contract (e.g.,
sell, close)

E-10. Install
filter pack

E-11. Perforate
casing

F-7. Perforate
casing

G-4. Agitate open-hole production


G-5. Monitor
zone (e.g., blasting, air development) sediment
removal

G-6. Monitor
G-7. Manage
well performance discharge
water

H-5. Disinfect H-6. Install abandonment material


well to be de- (e.g., grout, gravel)
commissioned

I-4. Dispose of I-5. Perform


I-6. Install
drill cuttings
site restoration wellhead
and fluids
protection

I-7. Transport
equipment and
materials

G-8. Perform
pump test

G-9. Sample
water quality

Duties

J-1. Document well


construction
(e.g., reports, well logs)

Close
Out
Project

J-4. Process
final invoice

Manage
Business
Activities

K-1. Manage
financial
resources

Tasks

J-2. Distribute well


J-3. Close out contract
construction documentation
(e.g., clear punch list)
(e.g., regulatory, client, contractors)

J-5. Process supplier J-6. Evaluate


and subcontractor
project
invoices
performance
K-2. Manage
human
resources

J-7. Analyze
project profit
or loss

K-3. Obtain business K-4. Maintain


licenses and business insurance
permits
coverage

K-5. Maintain external


K-6. Maintain company
professional relationships facilities (e.g., clean up shop,
plow snow)

K-8. Comply with regulatory K-9. Implement


standards (e.g., OSHA, DOT, safety plan
EPA, IRS)

J-8. Market
additional services
(e.g., service plan)

K-7. Manage
supplies and
materials

K-10. Manage K-11.


tool and equip- Develop
ment resources marketing plan

K-15. Develop
K-12.
K-13.
K-14. Establish
business succession
Implement
Manage
policies and
marketing plan marketing plan company procedures plan

Pursue
Professional
Development

L-1. Assess
training needs

L-5. Participate
in professional
associations

L-2. Implement internal training sessions (e.g., safety, craft,


equipment)
L-6. Network
with industry
professionals

L-7. Obtain professional certifications


(e.g., state, national)

L-9. Enhance business L-10. Encourage


skills (e.g., leadership, employee
information systems) feedback
Acronyms

Pre-trip
GW
SW
MGWC
CWD
ASR
DOT
OJT
P&C
PM
PM
CDL
EPA
PPE

DOT required pre-trip inspection of truck


Groundwater
Surface water
Master Groundwater Contractor
Certified Well Driller
Aquifer Storage and Recovery
Department of Transportation
On-the-Job Training
Property and Casualty
Project Manager
Preventive Maintenance
Commercial Drivers License
Environmental Protection Agency
Personal Protective Equipment

L-3. Conduct
on-the-job
training

L-11. Explore
new
technologies

CPI
GPM
PSI
TDH
PL
SWL
GVW
MDL
PPM
PPB
Haz-Mat
HAZWOPER

OSHA
Decon

L-4. Obtain
outsourced training/
education

L-8. Pursue advanced


certifications (e.g.,
MGWC)
L-12. Teach
external classes
and workshops

Certified Pump Installer


Gallons Per Minute
Pounds per Square Inch
Total Dynamic Head
Pumping Level
Static Water Level
Gross Vehicle Weight
Minimum Detection Level
Parts Per Million
Parts Per Billion
Hazardous Materials
Hazardous Waste Operations
& Emergency Response Standards
Occupational Safety & Health
Administration
Decontaminate/decontamination

General Knowledge and Skills


Geology
Personnel and HR
Design
Mechanical skills
Math skills
Physics
Chemistry
Installation

Public safety and security


Law and government
Transportation
Reading comprehension
Active listening
Speaking
Monitoring

Coordination
Troubleshooting
Repairing

Science (geology)
Critical thinking
Instructing
Customer and personal
services
Complex problem solving
Building and construction
Equipment selection
Engineering and
technology
Quality control analysis
Operation and control
Equipment maintenance
Judgment and decision
making
Time management
Management of material
resources
Management of personnel
resources

Tools, Equipment, Supplies, and Materials


Drill bits
Casing
Sand/filter pack
Mud additives
Compressors
Sub adaptors
Landing clamps
Drill stem
Measurement equipment
Welder
Mud pups
Shovel
Drill pipe
Stem
Elevators
Slings
Forklift
Shale shaker
Mud balance
Rope socket/mandrel
Video camera
Portolet
Jetting tools
Backhoe
Sample bags
Develop/rehab chemicals

Drill rig
Shoes
Screens
Drill fluids
Generators
Wrenches
Portable mud pit
Lubricants
Reports/logs/forms
Drill collars
Buckets
Trencher
Test pumps
Crane
Orifice
Swab
Blocking/cribbing
Desanders
Drive head
Mud mixer
Inclination tool
Downhole hammer
Casing locator
Surge block
Sample catcher
Sample bottles

Worker Behaviors

Professional
Industrious
Honest
Effective
Resourceful
Conscientious
Mechanically inclined
Self-confident
Optimistic
Organized
Persistent
Open-minded
Dependable
Able to handle stress
Efficient

Support truck
Grout
Cable
PPE
Stabilizers
Grout pumps
Water test kit
Water meter
Torch
Bailers
Pickup
Dog house
Jars
Bobcat
Weir
Packers
Hand tools
Mud gun
Marsh funnel
Logging equipment
Water
Fishing tools
GPS
Thermometer
Disinfectants

Courteous
Intelligent
Receptive
Detail-oriented
Self-starter
Motivated
Intuitive
Communicative
Good personal hygiene
Appropriately dressed
Team player
Common sense
Imaginative
Punctual

Future Trends and Concerns

Increased government regulations


Lack of availability of skilled workforce
Drought and aquifer depletion
Conjunctive groundwater surface water
management
Aquifer storage and recovery
Expanding public water systems
Consolidation of drilling firms
Lack of qualified government regulators
Increasing groundwater quality standards
Increased cost of doing business
Increased continuing education requirements

Duties

J-1. Document well


construction
(e.g., reports, well logs)

Close
Out
Project

J-4. Process
final invoice

Manage
Business
Activities

K-1. Manage
financial
resources

Tasks

J-2. Distribute well


J-3. Close out contract
construction documentation
(e.g., clear punch list)
(e.g., regulatory, client, contractors)

J-5. Process supplier J-6. Evaluate


and subcontractor
project
invoices
performance
K-2. Manage
human
resources

J-7. Analyze
project profit
or loss

K-3. Obtain business K-4. Maintain


licenses and business insurance
permits
coverage

K-5. Maintain external


K-6. Maintain company
professional relationships facilities (e.g., clean up shop,
plow snow)

K-8. Comply with regulatory K-9. Implement


standards (e.g., OSHA, DOT, safety plan
EPA, IRS)

J-8. Market
additional services
(e.g., service plan)

K-7. Manage
supplies and
materials

K-10. Manage K-11.


tool and equip- Develop
ment resources marketing plan

K-15. Develop
K-12.
K-13.
K-14. Establish
business succession
Implement
Manage
policies and
marketing plan marketing plan company procedures plan

Pursue
Professional
Development

L-1. Assess
training needs

L-5. Participate
in professional
associations

L-2. Implement internal training sessions (e.g., safety, craft,


equipment)
L-6. Network
with industry
professionals

L-7. Obtain professional certifications


(e.g., state, national)

L-9. Enhance business L-10. Encourage


skills (e.g., leadership, employee
information systems) feedback
Acronyms

Pre-trip
GW
SW
MGWC
CWD
ASR
DOT
OJT
P&C
PM
PM
CDL
EPA
PPE

DOT required pre-trip inspection of truck


Groundwater
Surface water
Master Groundwater Contractor
Certified Well Driller
Aquifer Storage and Recovery
Department of Transportation
On-the-Job Training
Property and Casualty
Project Manager
Preventive Maintenance
Commercial Drivers License
Environmental Protection Agency
Personal Protective Equipment

L-3. Conduct
on-the-job
training

L-11. Explore
new
technologies

CPI
GPM
PSI
TDH
PL
SWL
GVW
MDL
PPM
PPB
Haz-Mat
HAZWOPER

OSHA
Decon

L-4. Obtain
outsourced training/
education

L-8. Pursue advanced


certifications (e.g.,
MGWA)
L-12. Teach
external classes
and workshops

Certified Pump Installer


Gallons Per Minute
Pounds per Square Inch
Total Dynamic Head
Pumping Level
Static Water Level
Gross Vehicle Weight
Minimum Detection Level
Parts Per Million
Parts Per Billion
Hazardous Materials
Hazardous Waste Operations
& Emergency Response Standards
Occupational Safety & Health
Administration
Decontaminate/decontamination

General Knowledge and Skills


Geology
Personnel and HR
Design
Mechanical skills
Math skills
Physics
Chemistry
Installation

Public safety and security


Law and government
Transportation
Reading comprehension
Active listening
Speaking
Monitoring

Coordination
Troubleshooting
Repairing

Science (geology)
Critical thinking
Instructing
Customer and personal
services
Complex problem solving
Building and construction
Equipment selection
Engineering and
technology
Quality control analysis
Operation and control
Equipment maintenance
Judgment and decision
making
Time management
Management of material
resources
Management of personnel
resources

Tools, Equipment, Supplies, and Materials


Drill bits
Casing
Sand/filter pack
Mud additives
Compressors
Sub adaptors
Landing clamps
Drill stem
Measurement equipment
Welder
Mud pups
Shovel
Drill pipe
Stem
Elevators
Slings
Forklift
Shale shaker
Mud balance
Rope socket/mandrel
Video camera
Portolet
Jetting tools
Backhoe
Sample bags
Develop/rehab chemicals

Drill rig
Shoes
Screens
Drill fluids
Generators
Wrenches
Portable mud pit
Lubricants
Reports/logs/forms
Drill collars
Buckets
Trencher
Test pumps
Crane
Orifice
Swab
Blocking/cribbing
Desanders
Drive head
Mud mixer
Inclination tool
Downhole hammer
Casing locator
Surge block
Sample catcher
Sample bottles

Worker Behaviors

Professional
Industrious
Honest
Effective
Resourceful
Conscientious
Mechanically inclined
Self-confident
Optimistic
Organized
Persistent
Open-minded
Dependable
Able to handle stress
Efficient

Support truck
Grout
Cable
PPE
Stabilizers
Grout pumps
Water test kit
Water meter
Torch
Bailers
Pickup
Dog house
Jars
Bobcat
Weir
Packers
Hand tools
Mud gun
Marsh funnel
Logging equipment
Water
Fishing tools
GPS
Thermometer
Disinfectants

Courteous
Intelligent
Receptive
Detail-oriented
Self-starter
Motivated
Intuitive
Communicative
Good personal hygiene
Appropriately dressed
Team player
Common sense
Imaginative
Punctual

Future Trends and Concerns

Increased government regulations


Lack of availability of skilled workforce
Drought and aquifer depletion
Conjunctive groundwater surface water
management
Aquifer storage and recovery
Expanding public water systems
Consolidation of drilling firms
Lack of qualified government regulators
Increasing groundwater quality standards
Increased cost of doing business
Increased continuing education requirements