CompEx Mechanical EX11
This CompEX Mechanical EX11 course determines the core competency of mechanical practitioners working in potentially flammable atmospheres.
The course covers the standards for the manufacturer and installation of mechanical equipment and their protection concepts, which may be exposed to a potentially flammable atmosphere.
Delivery is over 3 days and consists of the CompEx Foundation Module (Ex F), a mechanical hazardous awareness course with a written examination and finally overall core competency is validated with a practical assessment on mechanical equipment.
Ex11 meets the competency requirements for EN 13463 Parts 1, 5 & 6 for operatives working with mechanical equipment.
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The aim of the course is to provide delegates with the knowledge and understanding of terminology and protection concepts for mechanical equipment utilised in potentially flammable atmospheres.
At the end of the course you will be able to:
- Recommend the remedial action required to maintain mechanical hazardous area equipment to meet the required standards
- Select the protection concept, enclosure/ equipment, components and install correctly in hazardous areas
- Understand how to identify problems with mechanical equipment installed in hazardous areas with respect to the appropriate British, European and IEC standards
- Understand that mechanical equipment could be a source of ignition that could contribute to an explosion
- Understand the concept of area classification and the need to zone flammable atmospheres accordingly
- Understand the terminology and definitions associated with hazardous areas
- Understand the various protection concepts, electrical and non-electrical
- Understand how to identify problems with mechanical equipment installed in hazardous areas with respect to the appropriate British, European and IEC standard
- Maintaining hazardous area equipment
- Protection concepts
- British, European and IEC standards
- Sources of ignition
- Area classification and zones
- Terminology and definitions
Delivery will be a combination of classroom tuition / and practical in the workshop.
Each candidate is required to demonstrate competence through a series of practical assessments and multi-choice question on-line exam.Download PDF
Successful delegates will receive a UK JTL Certificate of Core Competence valid for 5 years.
The course is aimed to give mechanical engineers, supervisors and technicians an understanding of electrical and mechanical hazards that can give rise to danger in the workplace. Individuals will have the opportunity to demonstrate their competency in the preparation, installation, inspection and maintenance of mechanical equipment in potentially explosive atmospheres and hazardous areas.
Prior to attendance on the course, the Employer must provide written evidence of the candidate’s mechanical competency. Course delegates are required to possess relevant mechanical qualifications and evidence must be brought to the course. Candidates who cannot provide evidence of their qualifications or who do not have an Employer to complete the competency letter will receive a non-technical person’s certificate. The JTL registration form must be completed and brought to the course, along with photographic identification (ie passport/photo driving licence). All personnel attending the course should have a good understanding of the English Language and Technical Engineering terminology. The CompEx Toolbox guide is provided.
£550.00 + VAT