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Description of space

CRITERIA

Confined Space Criterion - For the space to be confined, all points (1.1 to 1.4) must be answered with a yes.

Is the space intended to be, or is likely to be entered by any persons for any reason (e.g. maintenance, production or inspection)?

Does the space have limited or restricted means of entry and exit for personnel?

Is the space intended to be at normal atmosphere pressure while any person is in the space?

Is the space likely to contain or once contained:

an atmosphere that a harmful level of any contaminant (e/g fumes, vapor, steam, gas or explosive gas? or
an atmosphere that does not have a safe oxygen level (e.g too low or too high)? or
any stored substance that could cause engulfment (e.g sand, garnet, grit, blast, grain)?

CLASSIFICATION

Classify the space

RISK ASSESSMENT

Entry: Is the space likely to or intended to be entered? (eg inspection of parts, maintenance requirements)

Atmosphere: Is there a risk of the atmospheric pressure within the space changing to an unsafe level?

Prior to entering the space, is there any risk of the atmosphere being unsafe? (eg fuel vapors, lack of oxygen due to decomposing material or explosive vapors)

Once inside the space, is there a risk of any harmful contaminant or process entering the space or being created from inside? (eg fumes, carbon monoxide or gas leak, pipes, ducts, sewers)

Are any of the processes occurring inside or adjacent to the space likely to cause any oxygen deficiency?

Can any other substances be introduced into the space whilst being occupied? (eg water, oil or fuel)

Lighting: Could there be insufficient lighting?

Are there any possible hazards associated with the lighting in the space? (eg an explosive atmosphere)

Electricity: Are any electrical hazards present?

Communication: Is continual communication between the personnel inside the space and the standby difficult?

Entanglement: Is there a risk of entanglement from moving parts and or plant within the space?

Personal Protective Equipment: Does the design, purpose or layout of the space require PPE irrespective of the work carried out inside the space?

EMERGENCY ASSESSMENT

Describe the features of the confined space e.g. type of access, number access point, conditions inside the space

Description of emergency process to be taken in an emergency e.g. will require emergency services – fire brigade, CFA, boom lift, mechanical ventilation etc

Description emergency equipment required for the confined space entry e.g. lifting equipment, torch, leather gloves

ASSESSMENT TEAM

Authorized person responsible for reviewing and implementing the risk assessment including the identified controls (Full Name and Signature)

List the names of the consultants

Full Name and Signature

Full Name and Signature of Inspector

Confined Space Identification and Risk Assessment Checklist

Created by: SafetyCulture Staff | Industry: General | Downloads: 38

Conducting a risk assessment helps identify hazards that are existing or likely to be present when working in confined spaces. Use this checklist to initially classify a confined space based on OSHA’s description. Once verified, proceed with assessing the risks associated with the access area, atmosphere, electrical equipment used and PPE. Describe emergency processes to be taken during worst case scenarios. Complete the inspection by listing the people involved in the process. Get them sign using iAuditor's signature feature.

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Audit

Description of space

CRITERIA

Confined Space Criterion - For the space to be confined, all points (1.1 to 1.4) must be answered with a yes.

Is the space intended to be, or is likely to be entered by any persons for any reason (e.g. maintenance, production or inspection)?

Does the space have limited or restricted means of entry and exit for personnel?

Is the space intended to be at normal atmosphere pressure while any person is in the space?

Is the space likely to contain or once contained:

an atmosphere that a harmful level of any contaminant (e/g fumes, vapor, steam, gas or explosive gas? or
an atmosphere that does not have a safe oxygen level (e.g too low or too high)? or
any stored substance that could cause engulfment (e.g sand, garnet, grit, blast, grain)?

CLASSIFICATION

Classify the space

RISK ASSESSMENT

Entry: Is the space likely to or intended to be entered? (eg inspection of parts, maintenance requirements)

Atmosphere: Is there a risk of the atmospheric pressure within the space changing to an unsafe level?

Prior to entering the space, is there any risk of the atmosphere being unsafe? (eg fuel vapors, lack of oxygen due to decomposing material or explosive vapors)

Once inside the space, is there a risk of any harmful contaminant or process entering the space or being created from inside? (eg fumes, carbon monoxide or gas leak, pipes, ducts, sewers)

Are any of the processes occurring inside or adjacent to the space likely to cause any oxygen deficiency?

Can any other substances be introduced into the space whilst being occupied? (eg water, oil or fuel)

Lighting: Could there be insufficient lighting?

Are there any possible hazards associated with the lighting in the space? (eg an explosive atmosphere)

Electricity: Are any electrical hazards present?

Communication: Is continual communication between the personnel inside the space and the standby difficult?

Entanglement: Is there a risk of entanglement from moving parts and or plant within the space?

Personal Protective Equipment: Does the design, purpose or layout of the space require PPE irrespective of the work carried out inside the space?

EMERGENCY ASSESSMENT

Describe the features of the confined space e.g. type of access, number access point, conditions inside the space

Description of emergency process to be taken in an emergency e.g. will require emergency services – fire brigade, CFA, boom lift, mechanical ventilation etc

Description emergency equipment required for the confined space entry e.g. lifting equipment, torch, leather gloves

ASSESSMENT TEAM

Authorized person responsible for reviewing and implementing the risk assessment including the identified controls (Full Name and Signature)

List the names of the consultants

Full Name and Signature

Full Name and Signature of Inspector