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Confined Spaces

Does your facility have hidden confined space areas? Any space that is large enough that an employee can enter and work but has limited means for entry or exit is considered by OSHA to be a confined space. Good examples are tanks, vessels, silos, storage bins, hoppers, vaults, and pits. Grainger not only helps you maintain these areas but we have the gear you need to react to confined-space emergencies. Check out the products and resources you need to keep people safe in confined spaces.

Confined Space Entry

Solutions to help protect employees who work in a permit-required confined space.


Confined Space Extraction

The equipment that helps safely remove an employee working in a confined space.


Online Services

These online training tools can help you meet OSHA standards for dealing with confined spaces in your workplace.

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