Confined Space Entry

Many workplaces contain areas that are considered a “confined space” because their configurations hinder the activities of workers who must enter, work in, and exit them. Entry into such areas requires a well trained, properly equipped person who is certified to safely perform the tasks required. A confined space is defined by the concurrent existence of the following conditions:

  • A space that has limited or restricted means of entry or exit
  • It is large enough for a person to enter to perform tasks
  • Is not designed or configured for continuous occupancy

Examples: sumps, tanks, vaults, vessels and pits.

When you use Fox Pump Systems, you can be assured that the work will be done safely and efficiently. Your liabilities will be greatly reduced by utilizing a company whose employees are well trained and certified in Confined Space Entry. All our technicians are also certified in First Aid and CPR.

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