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Working in confined spaces is often very dangerous and requires planning in order to keep workers safe. OSHA’s confined space standards for construction and general industry are among the most difficult OSHA standards to comprehend and to achieve compliance. Let the confined space experts at EI assist with your confined space program.
EI can identify your permit-required confined spaces and provide a report which lists each space and includes the hazards and which entry procedures (alternate entry, reclassification or full entry procedures) to follow.
EI’s confined space training includes a clear and easy to understand explanation of OSHA’s confined space standards. Upon request, training also includes rescue training.
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Great article Bill! Really enjoyed the read. Very important stuff for everyone that maintains an OSHA 300 Log to know. Even after 22 years of doing this type of recordkeeping, I even learned a couple of new things from this article.
Just about any facility that takes raw materials to make something has unwanted byproducts in the form of air emissions, residuals in wastewaters, and materials disposed of as solid and sometimes hazardous wastes. Federal, state, and local rules govern handling, management, and control of pollution from these and other “discharges”. Determining which rules and requirements apply and keeping up with the controls, monitoring, testing, and recordkeeping are not always straightforward tasks.
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