There's not a lot of room in confined spaces, but there are a lot of hazards. Workers need to be prepared to get in and out of these potentially dangerous situations safely. On top of that, reliable communication and ventilation systems become more important for people who are separated from
their coworkers and exposed to everything from fall hazards to dangerous gases. Working in confined spaces requires a variety of equipment to stay safe, such as confined space gas monitors and confined space ventilation systems, but also strict adherence to OSHA and other regulations and a workplace safety culture committed to maximizing safety in confined spaces. Search our PK Safety Knowledge Base for answers to some of our most frequently asked customer questions. For more information, contact PK Safety’s team of experts who are ready to assist.