No person at work should enter or carry out work in a confined space unless they and it have been prepared, in respect of sufficient arrangements being made for the rescue of persons in the event of an emergency, whether or not arising out of a specified risk.
All rescue units are fully equipped with the specialist equipment required for up to eight entrants.
The ESS Safeforce team of confined space safety and rescue specialists have a genuine understanding of the issues faced within these challenging environments and are fully conversant with the requirements of the confined space regulations.
Qualified not only to manage, work and rescue in confined spaces, they can also carry out emergency medical treatment in accordance with NHS protocols.
With the need for evermore detailed specialist knowledge and procedures for confined space working, let our ESS Safeforce Authorising Engineers assist.
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