MD-UN offers Confined Space Training for work and rescue, that is,
Confined Space Entrance, Supervision and Rescue as well.
Many workers are injured and killed each year while working in confines spaces. An estimated 60% of the fatalities have been among the rescuers.
A confined space can be more hazardous than regular work spaces for many reasons. To effectively reduce the risks associated with working in confined spaces, a Confined Space Hazard Assessment and Control Program should be implemented into your workplace. Although, prior to putting this program together, be sure to review the specific regulations that apply to your workplace.
All jurisdictions within Canada have regulations dealing with confined space entry. These regulations may vary slightly within different jurisdictions.
If the confined space cannot be made safe for the worker by taking precautions, then workers should NOT enter the confined space until it is made safe by additional means.
MD-UN’s professional team can be trusted to meet your needs, safely and efficiently!
Call upon MD-UN and it's professional team before an accident happens. we have what it takes to access confined spaces.
**Copied in part from the CCHST website of the Canadian Government http://www.cchst.ca/oshanswers/hsprograms/confinedspace_intro.html