Jul 102011
 

SafeSpace member Javier Saavedra, AFNI, who is an international member of the American Society of Safety Engineers, ASSE, has brought attention to a per-reviewed article in Professional Safety, the ASSE journal: Confined Spaces: Common Misconceptions & Errors in Complying With OSHA’s Standard By Bill Taylor.

Says the introduction: “OSHA’s confined space standard is arguably among the most difficult of the agency’s standards to comprehend and with which to comply. What makes compliance so difficult? What is it employers are not doing? Common audit findings encountered are described to help employers improve their confined space systems, as are several misconceptions about the confined space standard itself”.

The paper s available free to ASSE members and $8 for non-members in PDF format.

Copies can be purchased here.

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  One Response to “Paper: Confined Spaces: Common Misconceptions & Errors in Complying With OSHA’s Standard”

  1. For those interested, this article, found on pages 18 – 22, can be downloaded at no cost here:
    http://www.greenmountainsafety.com/newsletters/2011-fall.pdf

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