ATEX legislation underlines the need for practitioners in potentially explosive environments to be competent. The course has been designed specifically for non-technical personnel,such as supervisors, designers, project engineers, Health & Safety personnel, managers and anyone involved in Hazardous Area work that does not actually conduct installation or inspection of electrical equipment.
There are no practical assessments with this foundation course therefore no pre-requisitesare required.
1 day which can be delivered in centre at our Stockton / Stallingborough facilities, or alternatively delivered on customer premises –facilities permitting.
A maximum of 10 candidates per course.
The course is delivered in English. Therefore candidates must have good standards of both written and verbal English. Courses can be delivered in other languages however, this would need to be discussed prior to acceptance on the course. It is the responsibility of the person making the booking to make Roxby aware of this requirement.
PowerPoint Presentation, hand-outs, videos, samples of hazardous area equipment
Online multichoice question assessment (closed book)
Following the successful completion of the Unit ExFcompetence validation test, a certificate of underpinning knowledge will be issued by JTL, which is the national awarding body for the scheme.
On completion of the course candidates will have: