Confined Space Entry

Entry into Confined Spaces requires a comprehensive investigation of the risks associated with the type of space and the activities that will be carried out inside. These may be relatively simple or very complex, depending on prevailing conditions. Steps in the process include risk assessment, expected and potential atmospheric conditions, detailed operational and emergency procedures, and specialized worker training.

LEA has extensive experience in confined space entry in the marine, aerospace, utilities, resource sector, and municipal environments, and can offer approved WorkSafe BC, U.S. OSHA, and Canadian federal Labour Code assistance with implementation of a Confined Space Entry (CSE) program. We also offer Gas Free™ certification as may be required by Transport Canada before entry into confined spaces aboard commercial vessels in Canadian waters.