Confined Space Entry: Controlling Risk
Does your work site or organization have people working in confined spaces? Any space that is configured in such a way that employees are hindered in their activities or movements through entering, working in and exiting is considered a confined space. Examples of confined spaces include pits, tanks, vaults, silos, pipelines, vessels and many others. Due to the inherent hazards (potential for hazardous atmosphere, asphyxiation, electrocution, burning, drowning, etc.; or converging/caving walls, sloping or tapering floor, etc.), confined spaces require a permit for entry.
Our confined space entry course covers the dangers involved in working in confined spaces, how to work safely, types of PPE, how to operate equipment, how to summon help and so on.