What is a Confined Space Entry Certificate?
What is a typical set of questions & checks for a Permit?
A typical Confined Space Entry Certificate Permit will include but not be limited to the following:
- CS Space reference No
- Description of the space
- NC Classification (for example, NC1, NC2, NC3, NC4)
- Is it possible to complete the task without the need to enter the Confined space?
- Please confirm the escape and rescue set is present.
- Is the Davit required & checked?
- Are the required Isolations in place?
- Are all staff qualified to complete the task?
- Is a casualty extraction team required?
- Is the extraction team placed on standby?
- Is an emergency plan in place?
- Have you checked the lighting?
- Have you checked the ventilation?
- Has he possibility of fume release from residue been considered?
- Has the work activity been considered?
- Have adjacent operations been considered?
- Has the scope of the work been considered?
- Has the introduction of inert gas been considered?
- Has the possibility of dust or fibres been considered?
- Has the temperature been considered?
- Have potential flooding hazards been considered?
- Has the inrush of free-flowing solids been considered?
- Have the weather conditions during the duration of planned works been considered?
Pisys Permit to Work Confined Space Entry Certificate Permit also comes with a mandatory Atmosphere Test and configurable Gas Tests.