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Permit Required Confined Spaces

These articles cover a wide range of issues regarding Permit Required Confined Spaces, as well as tips and topics to consider in our risk assessments of these spaces.  I am also always hot on the topic of PRCS Rescue and write often about the mistakes made in these critical tasks.

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1 Safety Bulletin - Entry of a confined space on board a cargo ship resulting in three fatalities (Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB) Bryan Haywood
2 Oregon OSHA – Proposed Changes to Confined Spaces Standard for General Industry and Construction Bryan Haywood
3 Volunteer Fire Fighter Dies During Attempted Rescue of Utility Worker From a Confined Space (NIOSH FACE) Bryan Haywood
4 Confined Space Flash Fire (Tank NOT connected!) Bryan Haywood
5 Cal/OSHA Cites an industrial service provider $82,090 for Accident in Confined Space that Seriously Injured Worker Bryan Haywood
6 Off-Gassing Hazard from Wood Pellets and Chips (The Annals of Occupational Hygiene) Bryan Haywood
7 OR-OSHA HAZARD ALERT: Confined Spaces – Winery Vessels Bryan Haywood
8 OSHA cites concrete company after temporary worker fatality inside PRCS (Failure to LOTO and $303,900) Bryan Haywood
9 ASU’s (Air Separation Units) Nitrogen Fatality Bryan Haywood
10 Calibrating and Testing Direct-Reading Portable Gas Monitors (OSHA Bulletin) Bryan Haywood
 
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