Did you know that each year, an average of 100 deaths occur within confined spaces in Canada?
No two confined spaces are exactly alike. Type, size and hazards vary greatly, along with different standards, regulations and company policies that can apply to each working environment. From potentially toxic atmospheres, to physically hazardous conditions such as extreme temperatures, unstable materials, or the potential for falls, confined spaces often present unseen challenges.
Download our brand new confined space whitepaper and infographic to learn more about common types of confined spaces, where they are found and how to stay safe from the hazards that workers face when working in them.