Presented by Bill Spohn, TruTechTools.com
Our industry is no stranger to working in cramped spaces with varying conditions that can be deemed hazardous. Although practicing safe habits and protocols on the job comes with our territory, a recent OSHA ruling includes attics and crawlspaces as confined spaces in many cases. This will require new processes and on the job techniques to address the confined space hazards. This means more training and new routines, and may require some new tools. We will focus this session on thermal and atmospheric hazards.