Fall protection and confined space - what you need to know

Tuesday, 28 January, 2014


Confined spaces are difficult working environments but needing to remove a trapped, injured or unconscious person from this space increases the dangers. This requires employers to have an effective confined spaces work program which includes identification of potential risk scenarios and selection of appropriate equipment for the task. Download this white paper for more information.


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