Key safety tips for high-risk confined spaces

Supplied by MSA Australia Pty Ltd on Wednesday, 18 November, 2020


Working at height can present numerous safety risks. These must be carefully assessed, considered and mitigated with the correct fall protection systems, equipment and training. But what happens when operatives are faced with an added layer of complexity: entering a confined space to complete essential inspections or works?

Learn how to identify and minimise the risk of injury or death due to confined space working within your workforce.


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