When it comes to working in confined spaces, we understand that everyone just wants to get on with the task at hand. However, to achieve compliance when working in a confined space, you must combine the following four components:
  1. Hazard identification: the process of finding out what could cause harm before it does
  2. Specialized knowledge: knowing the best practices to minimize harm or retrieve someone as well as the legal requirements when working in a confined space
  3. Equipment: the right protective and rescue gear necessary to protect workers and enable rescue operations
  4. Management systems: the relevant forms and written instructions that ensure the thorough and efficient completion of tasks
Our services ensure all of these elements are in place on the jobsite.