Confined Space Work
A confined space is a place that is substantially enclosed and there is a risk of death or serious injury from hazardous substances or dangerous conditions e.g. lack of oxygen.
Confined space work is associated with drainage based projects ranging from tanks, enclosed drains and sewer systems to manhole chambers. Confined space entry needs to be undertaken by trained engineers using certified/tested safety equipment including harnesses, safety tripod and winch, gas detectors and escape equipment.
Jet Aire have the experience, certification, skills and knowledge to undertake work within confined spaces.
All of our confined space work is carried out in line with the relevant regulations including The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999, regulation 3 and Confined Spaces Regulations 1997.For all work activities we perform, we identifying the potential hazards present, carry out a suitable assessment of the risks and determine the safe method to complete the task together with any precautions to take.
Once we have identified the necessary precautions, Jet Aire will then implement the required measures, ensuring that our team is properly trained and instructed to make sure they know what to do and how to do it safely.