Quality & Safety
The following quality assurance process is practiced on client sites to ensure that safety and quality of service are our top priority.
1. Prior to construction
Inspect the job site for potential hazards and asess the geological conditions to determine what will be required for equipment and tools.
2. Survey work site
A geotechnical survey is required or to acquire existing records from nearby site/by public record. a visual site inspection of the soil and geography is done to assess drilling conditions.
3. Assess hazards and obstructions
Review public records and use locating equipment to confirm if any obstructions are in the boring path.
4. Determine proper downhole equipment
Based on assessment of soil conditions and dig depth, size of hole the qualified technician will determine the proper drill bits and reamers to use.
Monitor the installation process to ensure the bore path follow to design and specifications.
6. Log results
Actively track dril progression and take note of any special conditions encountered.
7. Monitor fluid returns
Visually monitor and expect the entry/exit of fluids and test the viscosity so that modifications can be made to equipment.
8. Changing out bits and reamers
Follow safaty training protocols on the proper procedure for changing out of the bits and reamers.
Training plays a key role to establishing the proper safety and quality standards for Chimos Drilling & Excavation.
All Chimo’s Drilling & Excavating Ltd. employees are required to:
- Complete a health and safety course prior to providing services on a customer site.
- Complete company training on the safe use of all required equipment that will be employed on customer projects.
- Quality monitoring and strict compliance to our company’s quality control process on customer work sites.
- Training on the proper cleaning and maintenance of vehicles and equipment to help reduce risks to workplace injuries.
COR is the nationally trademarked and endorsed by participating members of the Canadian Federation of Construction Safety Associations (CFCSA) of which the Infrastructure Health and Safety Association (IHSA) is a member.
The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business builds bridges between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal peoples, businesses, and communities through diverse programming, providing tools, training, network building, major business awards, and national events.
Mission: Zero is a call to action and goal for employers and companies to achieve zero workplace injuries, zero fatalities, and zero suffering by families. Its symbol, a stop-sign red button, has been adopted as the symbol for injury prevention in the province.
Chimo’s Drilling is proudly 100% Aboriginally owned and operated and started establishing a name in 2012.
Providing construction services in the Regina area for over 20 years.
Employing highly trained and certified Field Service Technicians. With continous education and training to meet site-specific requirements.
Chimo’s Drilling & Excavating Ltd. is the perfect contracting firm for your company’s drilling, trenching, auguring, hydro vac and excavating needs
Horizontal Directional Drilling (Boring)
Utility Line Locating
Health & Safety
Chimo’s is committed to preventing the accidental loss of any of its resources, including employees and physical assets.