Safe coiled tubing operations require quality control of the coiled tubing, wellsite safety standards for coiled tubing operations, and the safe deployment of long tool strings in and out of the well. The quality of coiled tubing is monitored by a patent pending real-time inspection device, fatigue cycle tracking, data acquisition of critical job parameters, and inputting all the coiled tubing history data into a model to get predicted coiled tubing life. Coiled tubing operational safety standards detail coiled tubing issues with emergency contingency procedures and the use of a downhole force model to predict the force when running coiled tubing in deviated wells. The safe deployment of long tool strings, both fluid and electrical, requires special procedures and equipment to get in and out of the well. The operational methods and standards provide improved safety during coiled tubing operations at the wellsite, whether onshore or offshore.