Based upon the IEC Standards, primarily IEC 60079: Parts 10; 14 & 17, Competency Validation and Certification for electrotechnical and mechanical craftspersons and Application Design Engineers working in explosive atmospheres is available in over 12 modules (see Course Units) and the CompEx Certification Body, JTLimited is accredited to ISO/IEC 17024:2012 Conformity Assessment - General Requirements for bodies operating certification of persons who work in explosive atmospheres.
**A Pre-Learning material and Post-Course reference book 'Practitioner's Handbook No 186' is available directly from EEMUA's website sales @ https://www.eemua.org/Products/Publications/Print/EEMUA-Publication-186.aspx
Explosive atmospheres occur in onshore and offshore petrochemical plants and refining plants. They are also found in distilleries, paint spraying plants, flourmills, woodworking machine plants, chipboard and MDF pre-production areas, the water industry and all fuel forecourt environments. Failure to ensure safe working practices in these circumstances could result in the ignition of explosive gases or dust clouds leading to injury or even fatalities and the destruction of capital asset investments damaged by explosive blasts and fire.
Competency can only be determined by having the underpinning knowledge in place and the ability to apply that knowledge to safely install, inspect and maintain equipment unique to explosive atmospheres. The portfolio of practical assessments and the end-test theory examination ensure this with all CompEx modules.
Find details of candidate entry requirements and the associated CompEx Certification by visiting the Registration page and clicking the link ‘JTL919 – CompEx Certification Process’.
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