CompEx presents at the 6th Global Power Trade Union Congress


Oct 12, 2018

CompEx presents at the 6th Global Power Trade Union Congress held at Unite the Union in Esher, London.


CompEx’s External Quality Assurance Manager, John Harris attended the 6th Global Power Trade Union Congress which he addressed with a presentation on CompEx and workers safety in Hazardous Areas.

John Harris states "It was great to attend and present at the 6th Global Power Trade Union Congress and meet members from around the world. As a member of both the JTLtd board and Compex Scheme Committee, Unite continue to represent the interests of its members and to promote safe working practices in hazardous areas. We look forward to continuing this partnership for a further 25 years. This congress gave both parties the chance to discuss competency of Technicians, Designers and Responsible Persons working in explosive atmospheres with regards the installation and maintenance of Electrical/Mechanical equipment in these high hazard environments. The message is clear - a competent workforce will lead to a reduction in accidents, environmental disasters and the protection of capital assets"


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Pictured left to right is John Harris, Jorgen Juul Rasmussen (Chairperson of Dansk El-Forbund, the Trade Union working for electricians in Denmark), Bernard McAuley (Unite the Union)


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