Confined Entry Unsafe Acts, Part 2

Confined Entry Unsafe Acts, Part 2

This doesn’t mean “If it ain't on the permit, I don’t have to use it.”

A confined entry permit typically lists some required personal protective equipment (PPE). But this doesn’t mean “If it ain't on the permit, I don’t have to use it.” Often, this part of the permit is filled out with the goal of protecting you from the confined space itself. So it may include things such as breathing apparatus and extraction straps, but not include such things as the gloves you need to work at the expected voltage.

It would be redundant to

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