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OSHA confined space entry standards for general industry 1910.146 and their new confined spaces for construction standard 1926 Subpart AA require companies and organizations to implement a confined space entry program if their employees will enter permit-required confined spaces. The management team must understand the hazards of confined spaces, what air monitoring may be required and how to maintain the equipment used, the interoperation of lockout/tagout with confined space safety and hazard posting requirements. The manager must be sensitive to the potential entrant’s psychological responses to confined space work, and the need to develop policy that encourages honest communication regarding fear of entry.
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