Limited Spots still available for PSI-PCI Training at Our World-Underwater


Don't miss out - important training opportunities for dive professionals in Chicago

Released on: 2/13/2013

Are you going to the Our World-Underwater show?  Do you work with, inspect or just want to know about high pressure cylinders?  If you answered “yes” to those questions, then you need to sign up for the PSI-PCI Visual Cylinder Inspector course on Friday, February 15th!   

PSI-PCI will be at Our World Underwater conducting their full suite of training for Visual Inspection, Eddy Current testing, Valve Repair and Oxygen Cleaning of cylinders Friday and Saturday.  For previously trained and current PSI-PCI inspectors the PSI-PCI Annual Update will be held Saturday to renew your 3 year recurrent training requirement.  

These courses meet federal requirements for HAZMAT training and visual inspection regulations.  The Visual Cylinder Inspection course will cover aluminum, steel and composite cylinders giving you an indepth look at the manufacturing process, federal rules and regulations, and inspection procedures for them.  The supporting specialties will give you hands on expertise for eddy current testing (which meets the federal regulations for formal training on this process), valve maintenance and repair, and cleaning a cylinder for oxygen service.  PSI-PCI training is the only training for this purpose recognized by USDOT, CGA, OSHA and cylinder manufacturers. 

We hope you will join us!  Sign up online at http://www.psicylinders.com/regional-training.

Can’t make the Our World Underwater show?  Check the same page for other local shows or visit our Course Schedule page to see what training is being offered in your area:  http://www.psicylinders.com/inspectors/schedule.

For more information on PSI-PCI programs visit our website: http://www.psicylinders.com/inspectors/regional-training/8-traininginfo/61  or call us for more information (425-398-4300 ).  You can also email us at staff@psicylinders.com.

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