Confined Entry Unsafe Acts, Part 3

Confined Entry Unsafe Acts, Part 3

When that confined space is also hot and cramped and you’re sweating bullets, you might start to think that removing some of this PPE “just for a bit” is a good idea

Any properly-filled out confined entry permit lists required personal protective equipment (PPE). Depending upon the situation, the list may include extraction equipment, respirator, special boots or boot coverings, heavy cloth suit, or special gloves. All this will be in addition to your safety glasses and hardhat, unless specifically noted. And usually none of it will include electrical PPE (because the permit is for entering that space, not necessarily for performing the work.

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