From the process safety experts
With over 60 years' experience in the design and manufacture of field instrumentation, Endress+Hauser is a process safety expert. We have more than 250 certified product lines, complete with a SIL instrument and intrinsically safe device portfolio for safety critical applications and hazardous areas. We know that process safety depends on having the right measurement technology applied to the right application and used in the right way.
CompEx training from the process safety experts.
The CompEx scheme is accredited by JT Limited (JTL).
Eight dedicated training bays for practical training and assessment.
Need a CompEx Ex01-Ex04 re-sit? Send a copy of your failure notice to email@example.com and we'll send you a quote and the available dates.
What is CompEx?
CompEx is a training, validation, assessment and certification scheme for managers, engineers and technical operatives working in potentially hazardous or explosive atmospheres. Companies have a responsibility to their staff to ensure their safety – and the safety of the public – and to encourage health and safety best practice in the workplace.
Potentially explosive atmospheres
Potentially explosive atmospheres are not only found in petrochemical plants and refining plants, they are also found in a wide range of industries including chemical, life sciences and food & beverage. Failure to ensure safe working practices in these environments could result in the ignition of explosive gases or dust clouds leading to injury or fatalities. As a result, CompEx is fast becoming a mandatory requirement for technicians & engineers on many plants, both onshore and offshore.
Jointly developed by the Engineering Equipment and Materials Users' Association (EEMUA) and the training provider JTL, the scheme is nationally recognised as the industry standard and supported by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). The CompEx scheme is now recognised as a global solution for validating core competency of employees and contract staff working on equipment for use in potentially hazardous environments.