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Roustabout / Roughneck


Don’t you have a Degree? Don’t you have Experience? No sufficient earnings to live a comfortable life?

Here is the solution?
Join our Integrated Roustabout, Roughneck and Derrick man Course. Better Employment Opportunities! High Salary and Perks! Short time Course! No Experience is required. See the world! Work in both Offshore and on Shore Platforms Integrated Roustabout, Roughneck and Derrick man Course The other title for a job of Roustabout on oil rigs is Driller Helper, which discloses the main duty of this entry-level position on oil rigs, especially offshore (platforms, semisubmersibles, drill ships and other sea based oil production facilities, where the jobs of Roughnecks and Roustabouts are needed). On land based rig in oil & gas job titles of Roustabout and Roughneck are often inter changeable, while on offshore oil rigs you normally start as Roustabout, from which after a couple of months of the real world on-the-job experience worker gets promoted to a Roughneck position. Attending roughneck training program or course is highly recommended for individuals without experience on oilfields, especially offshore

What does a Roustabout/Roughneck do?
Roustabouts undertake the tasks that help to maintain the drilling area. These include:
• Cleaning, scraping and painting the deck, equipment and work areas
• Offloading supplies from boats and moving them to storage areas
• Moving supplies and equipment to the work site
• Using lifting gear and winches to load and stack equipment
• General work in the pump room, for example helping to repair mud pumps
• Mixing and conditioning the lubricants ('drilling mud') for the drill bit.
Most of the work is carried out under the supervision of a lead roustabout.
Roughnecks carry out more skilled duties related to the actual drilling operation:
• Adding fresh lengths of drill pipe as the drill moves deeper into rock
• Inserting and extracting the whole drill
• Cleaning, maintaining and repairing the drilling equipment
• Using lifting gear, ropes and winches to carry out the above tasks.
Most of the work is carried out under supervision of an assistant driller.


What does it take to become a Roustabout/Roughneck?

To be a roustabout or roughneck you should:
• Have good practical skills
• Be able to live and work as a member of a team
• Be prepared to live and work away from home
• Be assertive and able to follow instructions
• Be aware of health and safety issues
• Be physically fit
• Be willing to learn
• Have basic computer skills for recording information.
What else? Join our accredited program now! Explore a world of opportunities!