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  • Aztec Drilling
    Health, Safety & Environment

    Within all the Aztec Well family of companies, safety is at the core of every operation. We begin in the classroom with our Safety Training Program, certified with IADC RIG PASS (RP625) and SafeLand accreditation for our Drilling Contractor In-House Training program. Each employee receives three full days of classroom training. We also offer continuing education programs to make safety not just an exercise, but a lifestyle.

    Aztec Well vigorously adopts new safety equipment to protect our workers. Each employee receives impact-resistant gloves; one of our examples of exceeding industry safety standards. We also implement a hard-hat color-coding system, so every worker knows each other’s level of experience.

    We hold ourselves and our employees to the highest and strictest standards of safety in the industry, continually raising the bar and expectations for a “Perfect Day.” Above all, the safety of our workers and the work site is our number-one priority.

    Wellness and health go beyond the work site. Outstanding health care is our commitment to our employees and their families. At our headquarters in Aztec, New Mexico a full-time nurse practitioner is on staff to address any health issues for employees and families. All workers and their family members have 24/7 access to our exercise and fitness facility, including fun fitness classes. Additionally, we offer an Employee Assistance Program for personal or family-related counseling.

    Environmental responsibilities are integral to the way we conduct our business. Through continual improvement and efficient and effective use of our equipment, we aspire to zero incidents and protection of the environment for future generations.




    Safety is no longer only defined and enforced by management; rather, it becomes the right and responsibility of each and every Aztec Drilling employee.