OSHA’s New Rules For Confined Spaces

November 5, 2015

OSHA has new rules for confined spaces entry that are designed to protect employees. Confined space workers are workers that are in an area that they cannot easily be extracted from. A confined space is considered to be any space that is large enough in which an employee can fit their entire body but may restrict their actions when they are entering and exiting. These spaces can be claustrophobic and dangerous in nature.

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