Trust Workplace Access & Safety to Conduct Your Confined Space Inspection
If your employees or contractors need to enter a confined space to carry out work, you have a legal obligation to keep them safe in line with Australian Standard AS 2865-2009 Confined Spaces. There are many dangers associated with working in a confined space including poor ventilation and the potential of hazardous atmospheres forming although the hazards are not always immediately apparent. Furthermore, the hazards may vary depending on the type and size of space. Risks associated with working in confined spaces include injury, impairment, loss of consciousness and death.
Before entering a confined space, the internal atmosphere should undergo a confined space inspection. This requires using calibrated direct-reading instruments to test for oxygen content, flammable gases and vapours and potential toxic air contaminants.
In addition to undertaking inspections of height safety systems, Workplace Access & Safety have the necessary experience and expertise to carry out confined space testing.
Alongside our confined space audits and testing we can also conduct confined space equipment inspections on all safety equipment used in confined spaces. This can include:
- Karabiners and rope grabs
Why Choose Workplace Access & Safety for Confined Space Inspections?
Since 1997, Workplace Access & Safety have provided top quality height safety services to companies throughout Australia. We’re a market-leading, independent advisory business and are accredited by NATA (National Association of Testing Authorities) for inspection and testing. We’re completely independent and unbiased and work alongside Worksafe, Workcover, Safe Work Australia and relevant Australian Standard committees to develop standards, laws and practices to further improve workplace safety for Australians. And to ensure the highest of standards and work practices, we also hold ISO9001 QMS and ISO45001 HSM.
As part of our mission to improve workplace safety, we expanded our services to carry out audits, testing and inspections on confined spaces and dangerous goods storage. We also offer consulting services to help you with a range of health and safety requirements within your business and to ensure your business remains safe and compliant.
When you work with us, you’ll get the benefit of 45 years of industry experience, and you’ll also have access to trade qualified engineers and builders who have a practical approach to confined space and height safety inspections based on their practical experience. You’re also guaranteed a comprehensive and cost-effective service.
We work with a wide range of companies, organisations and facilities, both large and small, throughout Australia, offering advice and services to owners, facilities managers, health and safety managers and maintenance managers. Some of our most recent clients include the Westfield Fountain Gate shopping centre in South-east Melbourne, Bunnings in Alice Springs and the Cairns Convention Centre.
Get in Touch with Us to Book a Confined Space Inspection
If you need help with auditing or inspecting confined spaces and associated equipment or you’d like to know more about our height systems services, simply get in touch with us by completing our online form or calling 1300 552 984.
Access the safety services you need now to safeguard workers and contractors who work in your buildings and ensure that you meet all your legal obligations.
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Resources and Downloads
Checklist | Do You Need To Review Your Roof And Plant Access?
Working At Height Infographic