EUTEX’ Abu Dhabi training centre accredited to CompEx standards

Jun 01, 2022 by Energy Connects
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The centre will service the United Arab Emirates, becoming the company’s sixth licensed training location worldwide.

Training provider and hazardous area operations expert EUTEX’ training centre in Abu Dhabi has been approved to deliver CompEx training and assessments.

The centre will service the United Arab Emirates, becoming the company’s sixth licensed training location worldwide.

The CompEx scheme is the recognised global solution for validating the competency of staff working in all industries with potentially explosive atmospheres. The scheme, which is utilised by all the major operators and has been an industry benchmark for the past 30 years, aims to support and promote workplace safety by certifying personnel competency to the widely accepted IEC 60079 international standard.

EUTEX has a long-standing relationship with CompEx, with the company’s training centres in US, India, Thailand, Singapore and Myanmar having been approved CompEx training providers for the past decade.

The Houston headquartered company offers many of the CompEx modules, covering a variety of topics including installation and inspection of electrical, mechanical and instrumentation equipment. The available modules include competency assessment for technicians (operatives), engineers (designers), and managers responsible for overall compliance (responsible persons).

Fraser Heggie, CTO of EUTEX and ultimately responsible for CompEx training, commented: “EUTEX’s aim is to offer the worldwide energy industry an integrated and boundary pushing approach to working safely in potentially explosive environments. Our Abu Dhabi centre becoming an approved CompEx training provider is a testament to the quality of our training and the extensive knowledge and competency of our staff and will help us better support our clients in the Middle East.

"We strive to provide solutions that allow safe operations in potentially explosive atmospheres and being recognised as a leading CompEx training provider internationally is a great accolade. Our clients can expect the same responsiveness and problem-solving approach that are the staples of our business but will now also benefit from new locations with globally recognised, structured training.”

Huw Bement, director at CompEx added: “This new EUTEX training centre is a great addition to our existing network. The company’s track record and ability to adapt to client requirements in multiple locations is a testament to its ongoing commitment to supporting safe operation in hazardous areas.”

 

 

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