Health & Safety
New Confined Space Entry Kit
Oct 11 2017 Read 1290 Times
a1-cbiss have entered into an agreement with IKAR GB to supply their range of high quality Rescue from Height and Confined Space Equipment. IKAR’s range of equipment is manufactured to the highest of German engineering standards using state-of-the-art technologies and production processes.
Enclosed workspaces such as manholes, pits, sewers, pipes, silos, tanks or areas with little or no ventilation can be extremely hazardous for the people who work within them.
The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 ensures that employers are responsible for safeguarding their employees and others. The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 requires employers and self-employed people to carry out a suitable and sufficient assessment of the risks for the purpose of deciding what measures are necessary for safety. For work in confined spaces, this means identifying the hazards present, assessing the risks and determining what precautions to take.
Confined space tripods, fall arrest recovery devices, ‘man riding’ winches, harnesses, lanyards and fall blocks are specifically designed to keep workers safe and comfortable whilst entering, working in or being rescued from enclosed spaces.
a1-cbiss have developed a Confined Space Entry Kit. The kit is ideal for vertical entry applications.
The Confined Space Entry Kit consists of; tripod, fall arrest recovery device, man riding/load winch, brackets and deviation pulleys, two-point rescue harness, ELSA escape hood and a four-gas detector.
The kit is also available with a number of upgrades too. We can offer the variations to the products supplied in the standard kit and we also offer a variety of other items, such as pumped gas detectors, 15 minute escape hoods, breathing apparatus, height safety device blocks, davits and safety harnesses.
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