Full week ahead in Scotland…

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

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TRANSITION FUNDING AVAILABLE

This week we are pleased to have successfully delivered joint integrity training to Peter Williams from Pembrokeshire – our first ReAct training candidate of 2019… Here we see Peter at our new training and assessment centre in Bridgend, South Wales. The Welsh Assembly Government ReAct Fund is available to people who live in Wales and

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A GREAT START TO THE WEEK

Monday was the final BSEN1591-4:2013 Joint Integrity course delivery to terminal operators at Isle of Grain. All candidates that attended the courses over the past three weeks have fully taken on board the importance for joint integrity of bolted flanged connections in their daily activities on site and all have successfully passed the written tests

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BS EN 1591-4:2013 joint integrity training

This week we are back at the Isle of Grain in Kent to continue our program of delivering BS EN 1591-4:2013 joint integrity training and assessment to our client. Bulk liquid and gas storage terminals are often overlooked regarding the upholding of strict adherence to regulatory compliance and industry guidelines. The fact that they are

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Joint Integrity Management & Training

Early morning preparation for another day of joint integrity training for Terminal Operators in Kent…. z u l u j o i n t e g r i t y Joint Integrity Management & Training

Opening of the new training centre

Last week we celebrated the opening of our new training centre by delivering the BS EN 1591-4:2013 mechanical joint integrity standard to candidates from J&E Hall Ltd and GE Power & Water. Two days of training and assessment resulted in all candidates successfully passing the written test and practical assessment. For further information regarding our

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“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” – A great quote by Benjamin Franklin that echoes our ethos of inclusion and involvement for all those that undertake our specialist training courses. A sneak preview of our new Joint Integrity Training & Development Centre After moving in

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What a great start to the New Year!

This month see’s us travelling to Italy to deliver European standard joint integrity training and assessment to our newest overseas client. This only demonstrates that proving competency regarding mechanical joint integrity is a global concern and we applaud all those companies that are taking the steps toward coaching, assessing and training their personnel with the

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A GREAT START TO 2019

We are delighted to announce that we have moved into our new premises. Our new operational facility includes a dedicated joint integrity training suite – including classroom and practical assessment areas to allow delivery of training, coaching and instruction to UK, European and American industry standard joint integrity qualifications. Watch this space for photos and

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They say to give credit when credit is due…

Today we are continuing to deliver BS EN 1591-4:2013 joint integrity training and assessment to Tata Steel apprentices at their impressive training academy located at Port Talbot works. Adherence to regulatory compliance, industry guidelines and best practice to prevent process leaks includes proving competency – this is currently a hot topic in UK industry and

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