Training during a pandemic

The current pandemic has allowed us to step back and re-think the ways in which we provide our services, including delivery of training. For example – while our Tata Steel UK apprentices are attending one of our industry approved joint integrity courses at our South Wales training centre, Christopher Mellows has been delivering online training to learners

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The domino effect

The domino effect – a situation in which something (usually bad) happens, causing other similar events to happen – particularly if there are no control measures in place. Ignorance to regulatory compliance and industry guidelines is no excuse. To prevent adverse events, you need to provide effective risk control measures which address the immediate, underlying

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NATIONAL APPRENTICESHIP WEEK 2021 (8th – 14th February)

N ext week is National Apprenticeship Week – and what better way to kick the week off than welcome the first of our latest cohort of learners form Tata Steel UK Throughout the month we will be delivering industry approved joint integrity training and assessment (COVID-19 compliant) to mechanical apprentices from Port Talbot, Llanwern and Trostre

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Training Tata Steel UK Engineering Apprentices

We are pleased to announce that this month we are delivering industry standard joint integrity training to Tata Steel UK engineering apprentices from Port Talbot, Llanwern and Trostre sites. This coincides with National Apprentice Week 2021. The annual celebration of apprenticeships will shine a light on the amazing work being done by employers and apprentices across the

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When it comes to training and assessment, we won’t let COVID-19 stop us providing our service to you..

All necessary steps have been taken to ensure that we continue to deliver industry approved joint integrity training from our South Wales training and assessment centre. ECITB approved MJI10 and technical units as well as BS EN 1591-4:2013 courses are still being delivered with limited numbers of learners.Fully risk assessed, we have clear marked routes

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THE COGS OF JOINT INTEGRITY

Think of the relationship between an industrial asset and mechanical joint integrity of bolted joints as a finely tuned machine and its internal parts. Although each ‘cog’ has an individual purpose, collectively they form an efficient machine. If a cog fails, then the machine will ultimately break down. In the same way that the performance

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ECITB – MJI10/MJ11, TMJI10

Are you living in Wales/South West England?Do you require ECITB accredited training qualifications? If so, why not contact our team and book your place for January 2021… Zulu Joint Integrity & Training Ltd is approved by ECITB (Engineering Construction Industry Training Board) for the provision of Mechanical Joint Integrity (MJI) training courses in line with industry

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Busy Busy Busy!

We’re busy making photographic ID cards for the latest cohort of successful learners in the UK’s LNG industry… Well done to all! BS EN 1591-4:2013 Qualification of personnel competency in the assembly of the bolted connections of critical service pressurised systems Zulu Joint Integrity & Training LtdPhoenix Technology Group

A very wet but enjoyable day in Pembroke!

Clive Haste and Christopher Mellows have been delivering industry recognised joint integrity training to learners from Jenkins & Davies Engineering Ltd. Congratulations Josh Hawkes, Wayne Murphy and Darren Potter on passing the written test and practical assessment. Lots of positive engagement and discussion from all the learners regarding the course content and its relevance to

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The human brain is ‘fantastically dangerous’!

Responsible for some of the most groundbreaking scientific discoveries, pioneering medical treatments and engineering feats. Also responsible for some of the most horrific industrial accidents and incidents. The brain is fascinating but fatally flawed. Why? Because as humans we are subject to the opportunity to make an act or judgement that is misguided or wrong.

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