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Confined Space Injury – What is a Confined Space?

For a space to be confining it must: be large enough and configured such that an employee can bodily enter and perform work in the space; have limited (small or few) openings for entry and exit; and be not designed for continuous employee occupancy. “Permit required confined spaces” (PRCS) are confined spaces that have one or more of the following; an actual or potentially hazardous atmosphere; contains a material that has the potential for an engulfment hazard; has an internal configuration that can entrap workers; or contains any other recognized or serious safety or health hazard.

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