A confined space can have low natural ventilation (poor oxygen levels), contaminants, toxic gases, explosive gases, free flowing solids, extreme temperatures or ingress of water.
It is space or area which is not intended for human inhabitation especially during continuous work.
Confined spaces include but are not limited to storage tanks, pits, silos, ducting, boilers, ventilation, sewers, tunnels, service tunnels, culverts, pipelines, shafts, disused basements, voids and chambers.
If you are unsure if your areas fall into these categories please call our specialists who will more than happy to help.
Glancy Enviro have a vast experience of working in confined spaces and have performed confined space entry under the most hostile of environments.
Clients can have confidence that they are receiving the experience they require.