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Confined Space Hazards

Confined spaces in buildings are a hazard to maintenance staff and contractors, presenting the risk of oxygen deficiency or ventilation deficiency while using, or in the presence of, chemicals. In office, retail, healthcare and education properties examples would be ducts, risers, pipes or air handlers.

QED Environmental Services prepares confined spaces risk management plans which comprise:

  • inspection audit;
  • preparation of register; and
  • risk management recommendations, for example signage.

Our customers who implement confined space risk management plans find significant improvement in safety and compliance for maintenance staff and contractors.

For more information, or to book your consultation contact us today.

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