Confined space entry


Confined space entry and working in confined spaces require strict adherence to safety standards to protect workers from hazards such as asphyxiation, exposure to toxic gases, and physical injury due to the limited space available.

Confined spaces are typically enclosed areas with limited entry and exit points, such as tanks, vessels, sewers, and tunnels. Before entry, proper procedures must be followed, including assessing the space for potential hazards, ensuring proper ventilation, and testing for hazardous gases and vapours.

Working in confined spaces requires specialized training and equipment, including personal protective equipment (PPE), gas detection monitors, and communication devices. Workers must also be trained to identify and respond to potential hazards, and to work in teams to ensure the safety of everyone involved.

Strict safety standards are necessary to prevent accidents and ensure the well-being of workers in confined spaces. It is important to have all confined space entry and work carried out by qualified professionals with experience in confined space safety to minimize the risk of accidents and injuries.


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