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Increase worker safety by utilizing Total Safety’s patented Centralized Confined Space Monitoring™ System as a supplement to your existing space entry procedures. CCSM includes an innovative and user-friendly risk control process to employ dedicated equipment combined with trained safety operators and technicians. Each system uses five types of technology to ensure the safety of your workers including badge/ID reader technology, fixed gas monitoring, closed-circuit cameras, audible and visual alarms and push-to-talk communications.

With this real-time technology, the control center continually identifies workers within the space, maintains a visual and a clear line of communication, monitors the atmosphere for toxic or dangerous gases, and delivers appropriate alarms if an incident occurs.

The centralized control center:

  • Utilizes visualization software to centralize, analyze and report all incoming data through one video wall and two system servers
  • Provides continuous monitoring of the confined space(s) by trained personnel
  • Completes checklists to verify work permits, required personal protective equipment (PPE) and potential atmospheric hazards
  • Projects clear and visible alarm conditions and status
  • Receives visual and audible via “pop-ups” in case of incoming calls

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Confined space basics


OSHA issues final rule on safety in confined spaces. Are you ready for OSHA’s new confined space rules?

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has issued a final rule designed to protect construction crews that work in confined spaces like manholes, crawl spaces and tanks.

Those spaces often have small entryways and only one way to exit, and are not designed for long-term occupancy. The rule will require employers to evaluate the job site and identify confined spaces, and then ensure the spaces are safe for crews and that employees have the safety information they need.

OSHA has estimated that the rule will prevent 780 serious injuries a year by giving construction workers protections similar to those already in force in manufacturing and general industry.

New rule now in effect

Total Safety provides gas detection, safety personnel to evaluate confined spaces, confined space rescue teams, fall protection and confined space rescue equipment. Stay compliant and contact Total Safety for all your confined space safety needs.

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