Oilfield transportation operations use
specialized vehicles fitted with auxiliary equipment designed for the
Highway moving of all types of
construction/plant equipment, pipe and camps. Off highway transportation
of equipment and supplies dismantling, transport and assembly of
drilling and service rigs Oil and gas transportation services - swam
per, - supervisor, - bed truck Operator, multi-wheel truck operator, -
bulk haul truck operator and - winch Tractor operator, are available for
certification under the Apprenticeship and
Swapper – assists truck operator in
conducting pre-trip and post-trip Inspections and loading and unloading
trucks. Supervisor – supervise and coordinate job operations, truck
operators, swappers and other workers.
Bed Truck Operator – operates a truck
specifically designed with a flat deck, winch and optional gin poles and
is used without a trailer to move rig buildings, derricks, matting and
other miscellaneous oilfield equipment.
Multi-wheel Truck Operator – operates
a multi-wheel truck which is a truck and trailer configuration that
includes jeeps, trailers and boosters.
These are used primarily for over
dimensional and over weight loads or loads requiring permits.
Bulk Haul Truck Operator – operates a
bulk haul truck which is a truck with a vessel or tank that is used for
the transportation of liquid and gas products and other substances used
in the exploration, development and production of oil and gas resources.
Winch Tractor Operator – operates a
winch tractor which is a heavy duty truck outfitted with a winch.
Winches allow for the loading and off loading of rig loads unto trailers
without the use of cranes. These are used to transport legal loads and
loads requiring permits.