(1) On the left side of the Calendar page, you will see a Reminders section. You can add a new Reminders category by clicking on “Edit” located next to the Calendars title and then clicking on the “+” icon next the Reminders title

(2) Give your new Reminders list category a fitting title

(3) Once you have named your new list category, you will see the sharing icon next to the name. Clicking on the icon will bring up a dialog asking you who you would like to share the new category with. Enter the e-mail address of the individuals you would like to share with. Keep in mind, you can only share a list with other iCloud users (don’t worry… once we get your Pumpers set-up, they’ll all be iCloud users)

(4) After you have sent the invitation, you can opt to restrict users access to the list to only viewing capabilities, or leave it at the default of both view and edit.

(5) If you would like to receive e-mail alerts when someone adds a new item to the list, you can open up the share settings for the category again, and check the box located at the bottom of the dialog.

Should you ever wish to stop sharing the category, simply revisit the settings dialog and click on the “Stop Sharing” button.

Here are some examples of Reminders we’ve seen to help keep Pumpers on track:

Weekly Reminders:

  • Walk completely around the pumping unit and observe it in operation.
  • Stop at good observation points to watch assembled parts for one complete revolution, looking for unusual motion and vibration and listening for noises.
  • Check to see that the white line on the pitman arm safety pins is properly aligned.

Monthly Reminders:

  • Check the fluid level in the gearbox if there is evidence of a leak
  • Lubricate worn saddle, tail, and pitman arm bearings
  • Circulate tank bottoms
  • Chemical Treating
  • Well Testing

Still others (we’ve seen a lot…):

  • Inspect tank battery/storage tanks and production equipment (gaskets, hatches, welds, piping, valves, gauges, and safety devices) for leaks, corrosion, and paint condition.
  • Inspect the berm for presence of contaminated/stained soil, excessive vegetation, proper equipment, and signs.
  • Inspect truck loading area (lines/drip pans, valves, and berm) clean master to ensure valves are secure and in good condition. Check for bull plug oil spills and standing water & oil in drip pans.
  • Inspect leasehold areas between wells and tank battery for corrosion, leaks, pitting, flaking, damage, and proper support.
  • Inspect roads and field ditches for evidence of puddles of crude oil or produced water.
  • Check for any leaks on chemical, helicopter game sale fuel, and lubrication containers and make sure they are stored properly.
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