Confined Space Equipment

Confined Space Entry Safety Equipment

What is a confined space?

Confined Space refers to any place, including any vessel, tank, container, pit, bund, chamber, cellar or any other similar space which, by virtue of its enclosed nature, creates conditions that give rise to a likelihood of an accident, harm or injury of such a nature as to require emergency action due to the presence or reasonable foreseeable presence of:

  • The presence or reasonable foreseeable presence of:
    -    Flammable or explosive atmospheres
    -    Harmful gas, fume or vapour
    -    Free flowing solid or an increasing level of liquid
    -    Excess of oxygen
    -    Excessively high temperature
  • The lack or reasonably foreseeable lack of oxygen

At CAL Services we offer a full range of Confined Space Entry Safety Equipment from industry renowned manufactures such as Drager, Scott Safety, MSA, BW Honeywell, GMI, Abtech Safety, Ridgegear & Globestock.

These include equipment such as Gas Monitors, Safety Tripods, Harnesses, Escape Sets, Breathing Apparatus, Rescue Equipment and Lighting Solutions.

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Cal Services offer a full one stop shop service including Sales, Repair, Service, Calibration and Hire.

Whether it is just a Gas Detector you require or a full Confined Space Kit with Fall Arrest CAL Services can offer everything you require in just one place.

The key elements to be considered when drawing up a safe system of work are:

  • Competence, training, supervision and suitability
  • Permit-to-work procedure
  • Gas purging and ventilation
  • Dangerous residues
  • Testing and monitoring of the atmosphere
  • Mechanical, electrical and process isolation
  • Respiratory protective equipment
  • Other personal protective equipment
  • Safe use of work equipment
  • Communications
  • Access and egress
  • Flammable or explosive atmospheres
  • Combustible materials

For more information please download the Confined Space Code of Practice