Large enough, and so configured that, an employee can enter bodily and perform workHas limited or restricted means of entry or exit, andIs not designed for continuous human occupancy
Remember: If you break the plane of a confined space, you have entered the confined space!
A Permit-Required Confined Space is a confined space that has one or more of the following characteristics:
Examples of Permit-Required Confined Spaces:
A non-permit confined space is:
A confined space that does not contain or have the potential to contain any hazard capable of causing death or serious physical harm.
Examples of a Non-Permit Required Confined Space:
Asphyxiating - Oxygen DeficiencyLess than 19.5%, or greater than 23.5% oxygen concentration
CO2CO2 is toxic in higher concentrations:
Oxygen could be removed from the air in a confined space by:
Entry into a Confined space:
IMMEDIATELY DANGEROUS TO LIFE OR HEALTH
The employee who remains outside the confined space and;
Permit-required confined space entry
Non-permit confined space entry
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