VISUAL CONFINED SPACES PROCEDURE WRITING
Brady's dedicated team of field engineers will help build the foundation for your confined space program through an effective survey, hazard assessment and labeling process, in accordance with OSHA regulation 29CFR1910.146 or state/company specific requirements. What to expect
Similar to our visual lockout/tagout procedure services, before coming on-site a Brady safety practitioner will scope your project to prepare our field engineer for your facility and understand any custom requirements. A field engineer will then come on-site and gather the necessary steps and information to create the confined space procedures. Once all information is gathered, the procedures will be written in our LINK360 software or in Microsoft Excel, and then sent to the client for approval.
Once approved, field engineers will print and laminate (14mm) the procedures and install them in the field (or binder) based on the client’s need. In addition, the spaces are labeled in accordance to regulatory requirements (ex: "DANGER--PERMIT-REQUIRED CONFINED SPACE”, etc).
Based on client preference, the following are also available for additional fees:
1. Individual space unique identifiers, customized to the client’s labeling system (i.e. CS1-1, CS1-2, etc).
2. Visual lockout/tagout procedures associated to the confined space identified. This includes the procedure and associated color-coded energy source tags (isolation point) being posted in field.
Looking for a turnkey solution? Brady Client Services also offers procedure auditing services, training and our LINK360® software to help you sustain and improve upon your progress.