All Confined Spaces are NOT Created Equal
Webinar-on-Demand now available featuring speakers from NGFA
The term “confined space entry” is often used interchangeably with “bin entry” in the grain handling industry. Grain bins certainly can be considered confined spaces, but there are distinct differences between the two, according to OSHA’s Grain Handling Standard.
Speakers Jess McCluer and Jim Seibert, both with the National Grain and Feed Association (NGFA), will walk you through this 30-minute educational session and help dispel common misconceptions about confined space entry by comparing OSHA’s definition side by side with grain bin entry standards.
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