Sadly, this year we have seen far too many incidents and accidents (some fatal) throughout industry. Preventing loss of primary containment and achieving a safe and timely leak-free asset is certainly no gambling matter. Correct selection of gaskets, torque data analysis and technical know how, regulatory compliance and demonstration of workforce competency are just some
Success!! Course delivered and all candidates passed the theory test and practical assessments. Congratulations to the latest team from A Weld Ltd to complete our delivery of the following qualification; BS EN 1591-4:2013 Flanges and their joints Part 4: Qualification of personnel competency in the assembly of critical service pressurized systems.
Our international presence continues over the coming weeks – firstly in Greece and then onto the United Arab Emirates. Coupled with several large BS EN 1591-4:2013 training and assessment programs within the chemical and refining industries here in the UK, this is proving to be a very busy Q1 of 2020..
Some peace and quiet required to verify the latest batch of fifty candidates to attend our delivery of BS EN 1591-4:2013 joint integrity training and assessment at our South Wales training centre. Its been a very busy month with us also simultaneously delivering training in Yorkshire and next week we off to Italy to continue
The week ahead see’s us continuing to deliver joint integrity training and assessment to employees from one of Europes largest specialist metal refinery’s. Last week we commenced delivery of the BS EN 1591-4:2013 standard in what will be a month long program of assessment and knowledge sharing for operations personnel and mechanical trades. The latest
We like to pride ourselves on the delivery of our joint integrity training courses – death by PowerPoint it certainly isn’t. It’s all about the interaction with your candidates. The visuals, the case studies, the handouts…. We have gathered ten years worth of ‘bad practice’ for all to see – a chamber of joint integrity