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Confined Space Centers

Our GHS Centers are made in the USA. Confined space centers make permits accessible where they are needed – right on site. Confined space dangers include entrapment, fumes and proximity injury in areas such as bins, tanks, vaults and silos, and may require permitting and/or mitigating procedures and equipment. Avoid unsafe and potentially deadly situations with our wide selection of confined space centers.

GHS, or Globally Harmonized System, is a world regulation for classifying and communicating chemical hazards (OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1200 Hazard Communication Standard). Every business that stores or uses chemicals must comply with GHS labeling standards which clearly defines what the hazard is, and how workers should protect themselves.