Do you have the time or the competency to complete the various requirements demanded by Ontario Regulation 632 Confined Spaces to achieve compliance? With our Program Support, we can aid you.
Due to a lack of experience dealing with confined spaces, or, if they have one space on the property that is really different from what they are used to, many safety co-ordinators simply run out of time getting things done
The regulations require space-specific plans created by competent people. They identify hazards; guide personnel on protective system(s) selection and deployment, and provide the solution on how to get someone out if they have been injured. Further, these plans must be regularly reviewed.
Our company provides a flowchart that outlines 16 actions that we have ordered and grouped sequentially to help make compliance easier. We have broken down Action Steps four to six into points to provide clarity. Many of the Action Steps in the flowchart refers to another Info Sheet to provide more detailed answers.
In confined spaces, this lack of safe design causes problems. For example, the dirt floor could support a large colony of mould spores that the worker inside may be allergic to. The mould spores will consume the oxygen and could create an oxygen-deficient atmosphere. Poor ventilation contributes to the problem by not replacing the oxygen and not drying out the air. Which is allowing the mould to continue growing. This is why you need us.
Our years of industry and emergency services experience has developed our team’s in-depth knowledge of confined spaces. Our personnel at Program Support can assist you in identifying confined spaces and conducting hazard assessments. We also develop site safety procedures and rescue plans.
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