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JMC Consulting Ltd. Recognized By ABSA For ISI Re-Certification

Posted on May 7th, 2014

EDMONTON, ALBERTA- JMC Consulting Ltd. is proud to announce that the MasterClass: Shutdowns & Turnarounds PMTP training is now recognized by the Alberta Boiler Safety Association (ABSA) as meeting the criteria for the continuing professional development (CPD) training hours required for the In-Service Pressure Equipment Inspector (ISI) Re-Certification, .

The MasterClass: Shutdowns & Turnarounds PMPT training seminar is an internationally-acclaimed 3-day training seminar, which offers a practical and logical framework for shutdown, turnaround and outage professionals to plan and execute safe, thorough and efficient STO processes.  Taught by leading industry-expert, John McLay, P. Eng., R.E.T. PE (First). this PMTP training seminar provides the very latest in best practices in STO management, as well as an opportunity to meet and network with industry peers and professionals.

ABSA joins many other professional organizations that recognize the excellence of the PMTP training programs, including APEGA, ASET, and APEGS and is globally recognized by the Project Management Institute (PMI®) Registered Education Provider (R.E.P. #3993).

For more information on PMTP and our upcoming training seminars, contact us today!

“ABSA, the pressure equipment safety authority, is authorized by the Alberta Government for the administration and delivery of safety programs related to boilers, pressure vessels and pressure piping systems in Alberta. These safety programs are provided to ensure public safety and include the complete life cycle of boilers, pressure vessels and pressure piping systems. The Safety Codes Act allows an ABSA Safety Codes Officer to inspect a boiler or pressure vessel. ABSA is also responsible for the certification of pressure welders, inspectors and power engineers for the operation of a power or heating boiler.  

An In-Service Inspector’s Certificate of Competency is issued for a period of five (5) years, as per Alberta legislation. Re-certification is required to maintain validity of the certificate of competency and promotes the continuing technical education of all ISI inspectors, keeping them current with the latest inspection development and practices. As part of the re-certification program, inspectors are required to complete 80-hours of technical training/education in pressure equipment.” – Alberta Boiler Safety Association

To learn more about the Alberta Boiler Safety Association, visit their website at www.absa.ca or contact their offices at:

Alberta Boiler Safety Association

9410 20th Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta T6N 0A4
Tel (780) 437-9100 / Fax (780) 437-7787