During this webinar, all these experts discussed the questions such as “How does training contribute to the professionalization and safety of the industry?”. Also, the session ended with a round table in which they talked about various topics and answered the audience’s questions.
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The principal objective of the EWJI Hydrodemolition Working Group will be to create a reference document with guidelines about the benefits, drivers, efficiency, … related with the use of hydrodemolition equipment. The Guide, under the title: Why using demolition? will be launched in May.
The simple, visual reference guide for the reduction of injuries and illnesses related to water jetting is already available in our library.
The Water Jetting Association has created a new guide to ensure members and service users have clarity on water jetting terminology and associated water pressures.
The Yearbook 2022 will include the vision of different member associations on the situation of the sector, as well as a series of articles of interest written by different professionals of the trade.
In this publication you can find the news of the sector at European level during the last year, as well as business and sector forecasts for 2022.
The aim of this initiative is to receive direct feedback from companies and professionals in the sector all over the world, that’s why the the association has prepared online surveys in 10 different languages that will be open next April 1st.
The World’s Leading Trade Fair for Water, Sewage, Waste and Raw Materials Management, IFAT, will be held in Munich from May 30th to June 3rd.
Under the title: Training models for water jetting activities in Europe, the association is once again betting on the professionalisation of its practices and agents.
For the European Water Jetting Institute, EWJI, it is essential to share knowledge and experience with professionals in the sector. An exchange that involves the professional and personal growth of all of them and, ultimately, the professionalization of the guild.
The European Waterjet Institute, EWJI, starts the year working towards a better and more united guild.
NAPO is an initiative that has been active for years and in which EU-OSHA is actively involved.
This article was originally written by Mr. David Kennedy, WJA Director, for the EWJI Yearbook 2021.
The Guide about automation in industrial cleaning will be published by the end of the year.
ALTAP, EWJI member association, returns to its activity with the Basic Training Course, which has opened this Thursday, January 13, the pre-registration for its fourth call.