Author Archives: Darren Caulfield

Darren Caulfield

About Darren Caulfield

I am the Director at Jamestech Group of Companies. In 1996 I started James Technologies Pty Ltd (then later the Jamestech Group of Companies). Please do not hesitate to contact me at anytime, where you feel I or the Jamestech Group could assist you in any way.

As stated in previous Newsletters I completed my apprenticeship at Queensland Nickel as an Electrical Fitter / Instrumentation tradesman. It was great training and the tradesmen teaching us where all experts at their trade. Little did I know at the time, the skill required to ‘bend tube’ that is bend multiple thick wall stainless steel ...
For a past Queensland Nickel Apprentice, It has been difficult watching the recent media of the Townsville icon. The trade training I received during my apprenticeship was second to none and I am always very proud to state where I completed my time. The supervisors and tradesmen who trained us during those formative years all seemed genius’s ...
Standards are published documents setting out specifications and procedures designed to ensure products, services and systems are safe, reliable and consistently perform the way they were intended to. They establish a common language which defines quality and safety criteria. Australian and joint Australian/New Zealand standards are practical and d...

Welcome to 2016 from Jamestech

Welcome to 2016 from Jamestech All of us at James Technologies look forward to assisting you towards a very safe and prosperous 2016. Please call us at anytime, to assist with all your Projects’ Electrical Labour Hire and Engineering needs. Main Phone number – 1300 732 881 (free call Australia) Darren Caulfield – Brisbane mobile p...
HOW DO YOU COPE ON YOUR SITE? This is the archetypical, (meaning “Image from the unconscious” I thought I’d throw that in to make it seem more technical), lightning bolt, one that arcs out of the sky and smites the ground with a great, often flickering flash of light. Lightning is the sudden release of built-up charge stored in an electric fi...
P&ID’s (Piping And Instrumentation Diagrams)  are schematical diagrams showing piping, equipment and instrumentation connections within process units. When the instruments are used for the measurement and control of industrial manufacturing, conversion, or treating processes, the term Process Instrumentation is applied and when the meas...

Christmas Safety Message 2015

Hello All, The Christmas holiday season is here again and we’re in the midst of one of the most happiest times of the year. Unfortunately it is also the time of the year where people are most likely to bring harm to themselves through preventable accidents. While you enjoy the precious moments, with friends and family, that this season brings...
What would happen if you had an electrical incident on your plant and it was found the Electrician you had hired from a labour hire firm did not have a current electrical license? Since 2013, when the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) decided not to proceed with national occupational licensing scheme, state governments have had to  investig...
This Sunday, 6th September, is an important day to highlight the significant role that fathers play in our lives. It’s a day to celebrate not only dads, but step-dads, surrogate dads, foster fathers, grandfathers, male friends and relatives who have been male role models for our children, our families and ourselves. Over the past few decades, the...