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Dangers of confined space working

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Confined spaces are hazardous working areas and should be treated as such with full risk assessments carried out prior to any work being undertaken.

This infographic shows the dangers and what you should and shouldn't be looking out for when confined space working is involved.

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Dangers of confined space working

  1. 1. Nearly two thirds of all confined space deaths are attributed to unprepared, poorly equipped people trying to perform an urgent rescue. Only a fully trained and equipped specialist team should attempt any kind of rescue. Toxic Atmosphere Oxygen Deficiency Oxygen Enrichment Flammable Atmosphere Explosive Atmosphere "Any space, including any chamber, tank vat, silo, pit, trench, pipe, sewer, flue, well or similar space in which, by virtue of its enclosed nature, there arises a reasonably foreseeable specified risk" DANGERS OF CONFINED SPACE WORKING 5,000,000 Confined Spaces every day 259deaths 15,900 injured Workers entering Around the World, on average, 5 million people enter Confined Spaces every day Resulting in and What is a Confined Space? *Confined Space Regulations 1997 * (Health and Safety Authority) Sources: * * * What are the Dangers? Flowing Liquid Free Flowing Liquids Free Flowing Solids Excessive Heat Poor Visibility 60% Be aware of the risks that may occur. Make sure the person is capable and trained in both the work and the use of emergency equipment. Work in Confined Spaces unless it's essential to do so. Ignore the risks, safe one day does not mean always safe. Let others in unless it is safe to do so. DO DON'T