MORE THAN A GUIDELINE..

Now in it’s third edition, this very important document describes the principles and best practice for the establishment of a management system for bolted joints in pressurised systems, including (but not limited to); ✅ Ownership and integration✅ The principles of joint assembly and disassembly✅ Controlled tightening of bolted joints✅ Critical assessment✅ Training and competency✅ Records,

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Phase 2

The second development phase of our Centre of Excellence near Bridgend, South Wales is well underway. In addition to managing and supporting our QA/flange inspection services for UK projects and turnaround events, this second phase will also allow us to double our capacity to deliver industry approved mechanical joint integrity courses (ECITB MJI10, ASME PCC-1

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MP Welcomes Skills Initiative

Engineering Companies Join Forces to Elevate Industry Skills Stephen Kinnock, Labour MP for Aberavon, welcomed two pioneer engineering companies to his constituency office this week with skills improvement at the top of the agenda. ‘The Skills Academy’, a Port Talbot based, centre of excellence training facility for the development of welding and fabrication skills and

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Lets clear the mist..

We’ve been asked the same question several times over the last few months, so I’d like to clarify a few things regarding the mechanical joint integrity scheme developed by ECITB Just by attending (and passing) an MJI10 course, does not make you competent. Competency is built upon many things including qualifications, knowledge, skills and understanding

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AND SO IT BEGINS…

Let’s face it, we all knew that 2024 was going to be a very busy year for the UK’s process industries. Most of the major oil refineries and chemical plants have large turnaround events taking place between now and October (all at the same time it seems – but that’s another story). So, silly season

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ECITB MJI10 Training

All set up ready to welcome our ECITB MJI10 learners at our Joint Integrity Centre of Excellence, Bridgend.

Wednesday 21st February

Another great day sharing knowledge and discussing all things ‘joint integrity’ with more Tata Steel UK apprentices. Hands-on learning is a powerful approach that actively engages learners by involving them in practical activities. Apprentices play a crucial role in any industrial workforce, and learning the correct way to make bolted joints is essential for several reasons: ✅ Safety: Properly assembled

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A great start to the week..

Today we welcomed Mechanical Engineering Apprentices from Tata Steel UK to our Centre of Excellence near Bridgend, South Wales. We are dedicated to providing theoretical educational and practical experience to aspiring engineers, ensuring they are equipped with the skills and knowledge needed to excel in their careers. Today we delivered the EN 1591-4:2013 standard for mechanical joint

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A great start to the week..

Today, our Jodi Annette is at the largest on shore gas storage facility in the country, delivering industry approved joint integrity training to one of newest clients, Storengy – ENGIE. Good luck to all learners 👍🏻

🎄🎅🏻⛄️The gift that keeps on giving….all year round.

*Our new 36 page joint integrity handbook (complete with double sided flange gap tool). Perfect for all personnel working with bolted flange joints on pressurised systems. Inside you will find a wealth of information taken from the most up to date industry standards. Guidance on flange disassembly, flange bolt size & number charts, ring joint

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