We’ve recently experienced shortages in the UK but the shortage that I’m highlighting has nothing to do with Brexit, Covid-19, climate change, Just In Time supply chain issues or the plight of the great crested newt. In fact this shortage isn’t new – it’s something that has been gradually eating away at our industry for
The UK armed forces runs deep within the history of our business, particularly the Royal Navy and HMS Zulu (1937-1942), therefore we are extremely proud to announce that we have signed the Armed Forces Covenant. Our declaration is a pledge that together we acknowledge and understand that those who serve or who have served in
In our continued support to the UK bulk liquid and gas storage terminals, today our team are delivering industry standard joint integrity training and assessment to one of our newest clients in the South East region of the United Kingdom. Bulk storage terminals are often overlooked in terms of mechanical joint integrity as they are
Who could have predicted the events that currently surround us in every part of the World? It’s certainly been challenging for us all. We still have an onsite presence carrying out joint integrity support at various sites and through vigorous risk assessment and the introduction of appropriate safety measures, we continue to deliver our training
The Summer 2019 edition of Chemicals Northwest “Elements” is out now and Zulu Joint Integrity are featured on page 28 as a new member of Chemicals NorthWest – an established business network wholly owned by the Chemical Industries Association.
We are very proud to be the newest member of Chemicals Northwest. Chemicals Northwest (CNW) is an industry-led cluster organisation that works with the chemistry-using industries of the North West of England and surrounding area. It is funded by company members and is part of the Chemical Industries Association. We look forward to supporting the
Brewers and distillers handle flammable and explosive materials so are subject to law in the form of Control of Major Accident Hazards Regulations 2015 (COMAH) and DSEAR 2002 Regulations. Employers have a duty to ensure that the workplace is safe from fire and risk of explosion. The UK distillery industry has sadly witnessed several incidents
Joint Integrity Management holds no boundaries and isn’t exclusive – whether industry specific or by geographical locations. Today we are travelling to Italy to discuss how our services can help support regional petrochemical assets to reduce their environmental impact and achieve a safe and timely, leak free start-up of plant – improving safety, environmental and