Confined Space

EHS routinely mitigates hazards in confined spaces, including but not limited to: tanks, vaults, pits, manholes, tunnels, and pipeline trenches. Our staff are regulatorily-defined “Competent Persons” who are experienced in:

  • Evaluating and identifying potential confined space work areas.
  • Permit-required confined spaces.
  • Evaluating safe and cost effective alternatives to confined space entry.
  • Lock Out/ Tag Out.
    For permit-required or non-permit required confined space entry, EHS Competent Persons will evaluate the space, conduct tests of the atmosphere, and when possible, recommend changes to eliminate hazards present.
Cleaning a confined space.
EHS can effectively remove mud and debris from spaces such as frac tanks. These storage units can hold up to 20,000 gallons of liquid, and must be cleaned prior to owner pick up