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CAODC, the bound together voice of the Canadian boring and administration rig industry, advances more secure and more effective operations through promotion, interchanges and required items and administrations.
In 1949, 10 penetrating temporary workers working in western Canada discovered CAODC. CAODC, with Canadian Petroleum Association (CPA) and Alberta Energy and Natural Resources, found the Petroleum Industry Training Service (PITS) to be the preparation arm of industry.
In 1966, CAODC with PITS, the Alberta Petroleum Industry Training Center (APITC) in Edmonton set up a 4-week pre-job course to drill rigs, and later, benefit rigs.
In 2010- 2014, CAODC acquires an uncommon Federal Hours of Service exclusion, allowing administration apparatuses to utilize visit sheets as log books. The last and just other time Ottawa conceded any industry a Hours of Service exclusion was in the 1960s. CAODC and Alberta Transportation consent to a Memorandum of Arrangement representing grants, driver preparing guidelines and administrative exclusions for administration rig temporary workers. The MOA upgrades the 1999 MOU.
CAODC holds the principal CAODC Fall Conference, an open door for penetrating and administration rig organizations to pick up knowledge on administrative changes and other industry redesigns as they get ready for winter operations.
Marking its 65th commemoration, CAODC issued a work area schedule that highlights developments and components photographs from the past to the present.
Over CAODC's 65-year history, numerous devoted group advocates have been priceless to the Association's victories.
In 1969, CAODC made a privileged participation classification for these people. CAODC reports new privileged individuals every March at the CAODC Annual Luncheon.
CAODC's Board of Directors and Executive Committees are comprised of senior agents from boring and administration rig organizations. The individuals from CAODC's boring and administration rig divisions choose delegates to the Board and Executive Committees every March. Chiefs and official board of trustees individuals serve for a long time.Read More»