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IADC launches revamped website

Posted on 16 August 2011

IADC homepage screenshot

www.iadc.org

IADC has launched a redesigned website featuring enhanced functionalities and an improved design. The website serves as a link between the global drilling industry and the association’s activities worldwide, including committee activities, conferences, accreditation, publications, HSE guidelines, safety alerts and more.

On the website, visitors can find a list of IADC committees covering a wide range of topics and issues critical to the global drilling industry, including Advanced Rig Technology, Contracts, European Operations Forum, Government Affairs, Well Control and more.

Under IADC’s accreditation umbrella, several programs are available to help the industry ensure its training standards are being met, including WellCAP, Rig Pass, Competence Assurance and more.

IADC also holds conferences worldwide that bring together the right people in the right venue. See a list of our upcoming conferences here.

A range of technical manuals, reference books and CD-ROMS, training materials and rig-site data forms can be ordered from IADC’s website. Additionally, IADC offers the bi-monthly Drilling Contractor magazine, monthly Drill Bits newsletter and the annual membership directory.

HSE is a mainstay of IADC’s programs as well, and here you will find details on industry safety alerts, as well as the Incident Statistics Program, Safety Posters, HSE Case Guidelines and more.

You can also keep up with IADC on Facebook and LinkedIn.

1 Comments For This Post

  1. John Kingsly Says:

    This is easily one of the best sites I have seen for the industry. Nice work and congrats to IADC design team.

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