COURSE APPROVAL

We are proud to announce that Zulu Joint Integrity & Training Ltd has successfully developed a bolted flange joint installation training course that has been formally approved by the Energy & Utility Skills and has met all the requirements to become an endorsed training programme. This allows us to expand our scope of joint integrity training and assessment services

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Gas Industry Support

In our continued support to the UK bulk liquid and gas storage terminals, Christopher Mellows travelled last week to Hemel Hempstead last week to deliver training at the Buncefield oil storage facility. Bulk storage terminals are often overlooked in terms of mechanical joint integrity as they are not seen as running process units and the

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Phillips 66

It’s been a busy month delivering training to Process Operators, E&I Technicians and Mechanical Fitters at Phillips 66 Humber Refinery The refinery training and induction centre is second to none and the interaction with all those attending the courses has been first class.  A positive attitude toward joint integrity and leak prevention is a key attribute of

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A Full Week North of the Boarder

Andy Williams has been heading up our mobile joint integrity training team all week in Grangemouth. It’s always a pleasure to return to Scotland and deliver our industry approved joint integrity competency training and assessment course. Great people and plenty of positive interaction.

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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Guidelines for process personnel – safe and correct operation of valves in the workplace to industry guidelines and best practice.

In 2003, the NEL (National Engineering Laboratory) were asked by the Offshore Safety Division (OSD) of the UK HSE (Health & Safety Executive) to undertake a study into the problems that occurred with valves in the exploration and production activities of the Offshore Oil and Gas industry. The HSE recognised that there were a very

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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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