When dealing with confined space entry rescue applications, few offer as many difficulties as side-entry or horizontal entry confined spaces. The question we commonly get is, "What can we use for rescue in side-entry confined space applications?"

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It's not unusual for our customers to call with this question, "I've been told I can't have a steel cable in a confined space due to an electrical hazard, what do I do?" If there is a risk of electrical arcing in a confined space, one certainly doesn't want a 50 foot long steel cable in the space. We have the solution.

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Two common questions we receive about confined space entry have to do with ventilation. Why do we have to ventilate a confined space? How do we ventilate a confined space properly? We answer both those questions and then some in our latest blog post.

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Which confined space entry tripod rescue system is the best? How do I know which one to purchase? We can help. In this post we share the 3 fundamentals of rescue tripod selection. This info will be invaluable to you in your search for the right tripod system to keep your workers safe.

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A growing number of contractors are expanding into confined space entry. In this article we provide a overview of most of the issues and equipment involved with safely entering a confined space. We address the basics of OSHA's requirements and the basics of the necessary confined space safety equipment.

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