Confined Spaces

Working in a confined space environment can pose a number of risks to a worker, but these are greatly reduced by following the advice given in our posts. Ensuring a worker is equipped with the correct confined space gear and is provided with substantial training can greatly decrease the risks associated. Find out more in our handy blog posts below, full of tips on how to how to keep your workers safe.

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Confined Spaces: Know Before Entry – 10 Gases To Be Aware Of

Posted by Emma Curthoys

  Being aware Confined spaces are often a hidden necessity in various industries. From technicians to construction workers, these environments play a vital role in keeping our infrastructure operational. However, lurking beneath the surface of these seemingly mundane spaces lies a multitude of safety hazards that can quickly turn deadly. One of the most significant…


Emergency Escape Kits: CF15 vs PP15

Posted by Emma Curthoys

Dräger Saver CF15 The Dräger Saver CF15 is an emergency escape breathing kit, designed for swift evacuation from hazardous environments. The CF15 provides 15 minutes of clean breathable air, allowing you to escape calmly and safely. This easy-to-use device is ideal for use with minimal training. Encased in a bright orange, fire-resistant soft bag, the…


CO2 in the cellar: Gas detection in pubs and bars

Posted by Rhys Redrup

Are you aware of how vital it is to monitor carbon dioxide (CO2) levels? In short, carbon dioxide is what makes drinks fizzy, through the process of carbonation. Carbonation is the dissolution of carbon dioxide in a liquid; when the gas rises from a release of pressure, such as opening a bottle. Pubs and bars…


SCBA: Choosing the best lifesaving equipment for your team

Posted by Rhys Redrup

Firstly, a SCBA set is a Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus that provides the wearer with air whilst they carry out work in environments that may contain contaminated air or low oxygen levels. SCBA sets can be used across a variety of industries including (but not limited to) – Firefighting – Enabling firefighters to enter burning buildings…