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TitleWireline Manual
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Table of Contents
                            Cover
Mission Statement
Table of Contents
Introduction
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
Section 6
Section 7
Section 8
Section 9
Section 10
Section 11
New Employee Orientation Policy
New Employee Safety Orientation Checklist
Job Safety and Environmental Analysis
Outstanding Crew Safety Award
                        
Document Text Contents
Page 1

WIRELINE
SERVICES

TRAINING MANUAL

Page 2

WIRELINE
SERVICES

VISION
Wood Group Wireline Services is a

worldwide company dedicated to being
the leader in all areas of Wireline

Operations. We will set the standards
for performance and quality to ensure

the satisfaction of our customers.
MISSION

We are committed to providing our
Customers with the best possible
solutions for Well Surveillance,

Production Enhancement and cost
effective Well Intervention. Our goal

is to perform this mission without incident
to personnel or the environment.

CORE VALUES
Value, Care, Protection for our Human Resources

Safety and Protection of the Environment
Long term Customer Relationships

Protection of Customer Assets
Quality of our Performance

Corporate Citizenship

MEASURES Of SUCCESS
TRIR Below One

No Compliance INC’s
No Environmental Incidents

Retention of long-term customers
Maintain high level of Staff Experience

Maintain & Improve Equipment Reliability

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Exhibit 5.14b


W & Z Type Accessories

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Exhibit 5.14c


Type “S” Accessories Run With Up-Facing Locks Trailing

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Wood Group Wireline Wins the ChevronTexaco Contractor
Outstanding Crew Safety Award




Accepting the award is from left to right: Marvin Culpepper (Belle Chase, LA. Wood Group Operation Manager), Ken Blanchette
(ChevronTexaco MP 299 Field Support Team Leader), Scott Girouard (Broussard, LA. Wood Group District Manager), Steve Rees
(ChevronTexaco MP 299 Petroleum Engineer), Darlene Herrin (Wood Group Regional Administration Manager), Eric Sirgo
(ChevronTexaco MP 299 Asset Manager), Andrea Broussard (Wood Group HSE Administrator), Chuck Crosby (Wood Group
Wireline General Manager), Chadd Richard (Wood Group Sales Manager), Mike Herrin (Wood Group Regional Manager)

ChevronTexaco’s North America Upstream Gulf of Mexico Business Units recently awarded the Outstanding Crew Safety Award to
Wood Group Wireline Services. The award was in recognition of outstanding work and safety performances by Wood Group
Wireline service crews located within the Main Pass 299 area for ChevronTexaco.

As announced by Doug Lanier with ChevronTexaco at the 1st Annual Contractor Award Luncheon, Wood Group Wireline Crews has
consistently demonstrated their commitment to HES while working for ChevronTexaco jobs. All appropriate HES policies and
programs were followed and HES processes utilized. These crews participated in meeting with other contractors and/or
ChevronTexaco, if applicable. They communicated well with the ChevronTexaco representative and the quality and efficiency of the
work completed only reinforces that safety, quality and efficiency can be accomplished together.

Employees of Wood Group Wireline, in recognition, of their accomplishment were awarded jackets from Doug Lanier
(ChevronTexaco Vice-President – Gulf of Mexico Shelf) and Rhonda Zygocki (ChevronTexaco Corp. Vice-President – Health,
Environment and Safety) were Joe Myers, Charles Ellard, Randy Ryder, Chase Sonnier, Jonathan Guidry, Brandon Bergeron, Jason
Sonnier, Kevin Labiche, Darren Labiche and Scott Ellard. This core group of employees has also put forth a TEAM effort in setting
and accomplishing goals in the MP 299 area for an outstanding accumulation of 422 days and 34,341 man-hours working ‘IFO’
Incident Free Operations so far with even higher numbers being added each day. Company wide the Wireline Division has built some
outstanding figures in No Lost Work Days in the lines of safety. Currently the divisions from along the Louisiana Gulf Coast and
divisions from South Texas have surpassed a total of 1,174,909 man-hours and 898 days accident free.

Mike Herrin, Wood Group Regional Manger stated “that this award is an outstanding symbol of recognition for the focus our
employees have worked on continuing our safety efforts. This award is a great motivator for each employee in the field and in
management support because it is like a pat on the back for a job well done from our clients. Safety is preached each moment of the
day and this award is a reminder to the employees that our clients do recognize a job well done and reward them for it”.

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