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.
Work in confined space requires specialist training, specialist equipment and careful planning. Our operatives are fully trained and are experienced at working under confined space conditions, following our strict safety standards at all times.
We produce in-depth method statements and risk assessments that encompass rescue and recovery procedures, use of rescue equipment, monitoring of gas and the use of breathing apparatus related to the work in hand.
Confined Space Projects
These are some of the questions we are most commonly asked. If you have a question that you don’t see here, please get in touch.
What area do you cover for your work?
We will cover any area for work and have even ventured into Europe.
What level of insurance do you carry?
We have £10 million pounds Public and Employers liability insurance cover.
What training do you give?
All our operatives are CISRS registered scaffolders ranging from labourer to advanced scaffolder. We also have operatives who are confined space trained and have EUSR cards along with various other qualifications to be able to work in all environments.
What accreditations do you have?
Please refer to the Certifications page of the website.