Personnel Safety

Refresher Tips for Confined Space Entry

What constitutes a confined space, and what do your employees need to know to stay protected when working in them? Get the facts here.

OSHA defines confined spaces as those that (1) have limited openings for entry or exit, (2) are large enough for entering and working, and (3) are not designed for continuous worker occupancy. Examples are tanks, vessels, silos, storage bins, hoppers vaults, pits, manholes, pipes, and tunnels, among others.

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