b'Confined Spaces May Be Dangerous and MustBe IdentifiedAccording to OSHA, a confined space is a space that: Is large enough and configured in a way that an employee can enterinto it to perform work Has limited or restricted means for entry or exit Is not designed for continuous employee occupationConfined space locations may include: SewersAcid PitsTubs TanksVaultsDucts BoilersStorm DrainsVessels Crawl SpacesPipelines Pull PitsBinsEntering into any of these areas may be necessary for getting the job done,but it could be made safer through proper identification!When working with confined spaces, trusting your senses is never good enoughAll confined spaces must be considered dangerous and marked as such Employees and workers must be kept safe from unexpected hazardous conditions when entering a confined space Just assuming a confined space is safe could result in serious injury or death The Standard requires that the workplace be evaluated to determine ifthe spaces to be entered are permit-required confined spaces The spaces are to be previewed for hazardous atmosphere to human exposure, such as, flammable and toxic gas, vapor or mist, high oxygen concentrations or oxygen deficiencies, and any other safety or health hazardsWhen a space is identified as dangerous, warning signs must be postedDevelop a written permit confined space programCreate confined space entry documentation and implement it in accordance with the Standard. Make the written program readily available and accessible for review by employees and other workers.A Permit-Required Confined Space Program includes the employers overall program for:Authorizing the entry of properly trained employees and supervisorsProtecting employees from permit confined space hazards Regulating worker entry into permit confined spacesWe provide confined space identification products to help keep your employees aware of the hazards associated with confined spaces and keep them safe!29 CFR1910.146 Confined space means a space that: (1) Is large enough and so configured that an employee can bodily enter and perform assigned work; and (2) Has limited or restricted means for entry or exit.; and (3) Is not designed for continuous employee occupation.490 signkore.com | 780.406.1888All prices are in Canadian Dollars. Freight/Shipping charges may apply to items not in stock. Prices are subject to change without notice.'