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Since the ECITB Mechanical Joint Integrity (MJI) programme was introduced in 2011, Joint integrity specialist, Hydratight has delivered ECITB MJI training to more than 7000 learners. At this year’s ECITB Training & Development Awards, the company was a finalist in the ‘Approved Training Provider of the Year’ category and received a ‘Highly Commended Award’.

Left to right: Global Technical Competency Leader, Jason Barnard, and Manager Operations – North Sea, Steve Clark of Hydratight receiving the ECITB’s ‘Highly Commended Award’.

The Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB) Mechanical Joint Integrity training is an industry recognized series of approved courses, providing a method of training and validation of skills in the critical area of bolted pipework connections. Safety and joint integrity assurance are the key drivers to learning both the technical theory and practical elements relevant to torque tightening and hydraulic tensioning of bolted connections.

Hydratight has worked with the ECITB delivering specialist bolting training programmes since 1994 including the introduction of the Mechanical Joint Integrity (MJI) programme from 2011 and also the development and delivery of ECITB On-Site Machining training programmes since 2015.

"We are delighted to have received the ‘Highly Commended Award’ recognising our team of international ECITB Approved Trainers and Training Coordinators. Every year we consistently validate our position as a leading ECITB MJI Provider, 2018 was no different and another excellent year for ECITB training and technical testing."

Jason Barnard, Global Technical Competency Leader, Hydratight Service Center of Excellence.

For more information on the Hydratight Service Centre of Excellence and the ECITB Mechanical Joint Integrity (MJI) programme, visit:

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