NOTHING CAN BE DONE WITHOUT HOPE, CONFIDENCE AND HARD WORK….

It is with great pride that we announce our approval to deliver MJI10 hand torque courses and offer TMJI 10 and TMJI 11 technical tests. Thank you to all those involved in our journey to become approved and we look forward to commencing delivery as of September this year… For further details please contact us;

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Business Development Mission in China

Our joint integrity management and training services has seen us achieve rapid growth in 2019 with some very exciting projects and opportunities. This week has seen Founder and Director Christopher Mellows travelling to China to continue support the chemical industry in assuring a safe and timely leak free start-up. “Our business development mission to China

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JOINT INTEGRITY TRAINING FOR THE PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY

This coming week is yet another very busy time for our training and assessment services. Again, together with our valve technical partner IVS Ltd (Industrial Valve Services) we are delivering our ongoing valve operation training to Tata Steel (Port Talbot) employees at our Training & Development Centre at Bridgend, South Wales… At the same time,

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Joint Integrity training

This week we are delivering BS EN 1591-4:2013 Joint Integrity training at Hemel Hempstead – the heart of the 2005 Buncefield oil storage explosion, in which 40 people were injured and 250,000 litres of petrol spilled less than 30 miles from central London. Buncefield was Europe’s largest peacetime fire. While no one was killed, 240

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Can you prove competence?

Some of the large EPC contractors and principal mechanical contractors are clearly now providing evidence of their workforce in terms of joint integrity competency to break containment of process pipework and re-make bolted joints – but what about the smaller support organisations, mechanical engineering companies and even transient workers (of which lies the greatest issues

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A SAD FACT…

These are the words spoken by Lord Cullen after a 13-month inquiry into the Piper Alpha disaster. Lord Cullen made 106 recommendations in his report, all of which were taken on board by the industry. My fear is that we may well be at a tipping point in terms of joint integrity (or lack of) whereby

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NO GAMBLING MATTER

On the 30th anniversary of the Piper Alpha disaster, I have reflected on how in many ways the industry has changed for the better in terms of process safety and business improvement techniques to reduce the chances of similar disasters occurring. Conversely and specifically in terms of mechanical joint integrity of bolted joints, I also

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