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ECITB Global International Business Development Manager Jason Riley has praised Xtorc/PJ Services for its “unwavering dedication” to the Mechanical Joint Integrity (MJI) Scheme it delivers across the Asia Pacific (APAC) region.

Jason paid a visit to Xtorc/PJ Services’ ECITB Licensed training centre in Batam, Indonesia, to witness first-hand the practical training element of the recently launched Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB) MJI blended learning course.

The innovative MJI blended learning approach, which combines e-learning with practical sessions, has gained popularity among major companies and clients since being introduced in the summer of 2023.

“At ECITB Global, we are dedicated to providing top-notch training and demonstrating competence in critical areas across the APAC region,” said Jason.

“The blended learning method offers a cost-effective solution for companies, minimising downtime while ensuring comprehensive training to internationally recognised standards for their workforce.

“I must commend Antony Crofts and Musa M Sahir of Xtorc/PJ Services for their unwavering dedication in promoting and delivering the ECITB MJI scheme across the region.”

Mechanical Joint Integrity (MJI) training

A Learner Doing A Practical Element Of The ECITBs MJI Blended Learning Course Aspect Ratio 740 740

Mechanical Joint Integrity (MJI) training

MJI is the controlled and verified bolting of pipework, flanges and other assemblies to remove the risk of hydrocarbon and non-hydrocarbon release when working with mechanical joints associated with construction, maintenance and disassembly operations.

The MJI Scheme was developed by the ECITB and industry experts in 2011 to address hydrocarbon release issues to both increase levels of competency and reduce accidents.

The scheme, which has been adopted by many oil and gas operators and contracting companies, reflects industry ‘good practice’ for the training and competence of workers in mechanical joint operations.

The objective of the training is to develop the knowledge and skills required to dismantle, prepare, secure and reassemble mechanical joint connections.

Pictured: A learner doing a practical element of the MJI course

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