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NR 33 /40H


Gas Detection

New Employee Orientation
• In the great majority and toxic gases
or vapors, have no color or odor,
which will never be recommended to
rely only on our senses to determine
the quality of air in a confined space

. . • 5 ) Solubility in fluids of human tissues . • 3 ) State of dispersion (particle size or physical state ).” • The important environmental analysis of a hazardous atmosphere is considered to relate the existing concentration or the minimum dose from which the product becomes dangerous • 1 ) Concentration or quantity of product. • 4) Affinity with the tissue of the human body." All substances are poisons . • 2 ) Exposure . is the dose that differentiates between poisons and medicines . • 6 ) Sensitivity of the organs or tissues of the human body..

three possible dangers following ( in
this order ) :
• Oxygen deficiency or enrichment ;
• explosion , and
• Toxic atmospheres .

• First - the atmosphere should be
evaluated to determine if it is acceptable
for an entry permit ;
• Second - the atmosphere should be
assessed upon entry to verify that the
conditions are still maintained at an
acceptable level ;
• Third - in some situations , it will be
necessary to assess the exposure of
workers to contaminants possibly
generated by processes during entry .

56 ) .97 ) . Are considered less dangerous . . • The gas density less than 1 are lighter than air and therefore tends to rise.05) .DENSITY • The gas density greater than 1 are heavier than air and therefore tends to decline. Are considered the most dangerous . for example : Propane ( 1.59 ) and carbon monoxide ( 0. for example : Ammonia ( 0. Butane ( 2.

Why this is importante? • This is an important criterion to determine the positioning of gas detection devices in order to have a qualitative and quantitative analysis needs .

because as we saw in the definition of density.ATMOSPHERIC • This pressure can vary. and in places the sea level is higher. • Besides temperature . . The lower the pressure on the surface of a liquid . Therefore . the vaporization is easier because the liquid molecules are less resistant to abandon it and turn into steam . in higher places the pressure is lower . atmospheric pressure also influences the change in state. the weight of the gas column that rises is determined because of the altitude level that we are relative to our atmosphere .

elasticity is the property that a gas has to compress or stretch under pressure and the space available on which it acts .ELASTICITY The gases are elastic . Therefore. In short . . Can either be compressed . we believe that the same quantity of a gas can occupy a small or large volume. that is they are compressible and extensible. as may be extended when it is spun by a pulling force .

EXPANDABILITY • It is the ability of a gas to spread or expand the space . They only become increasingly distant from each other . for example. the number of its molecules does not increase. A practical example is one that occurs with ammonia . . when we open the container in which it is packaged quickly realized his presence by the strong odor. occupying an increasing volume. An important detail here is that when a gas expands occupying an increasing space . • This occurs because the particles of ammonia rapidly expanding space.

products which have a low flash point are potentially explosive atmosphere to generate more easily. • Alcohol : + 22 ° . • Diesel : + 43.FLASH POINT • It is the lowest temperature at which a fuel vapor releases sufficient to form a flammable mixture quantity.38 ° . • In general. For classification purposes flammable liquids having flash point < 60 ° C. Are identified • Petrol : . .3 ° .

• Acetylene : +305 ° . . • regardless of the existence of an external source of heat. • Carbon Monoxide :+605 ° . • Hydrogen : +560 ° . • Methane :+ 595 ° .AUTO-IGNITION TEMPERATURE • It is the lowest temperature at which the gases given off from a fuel body form a concentration of flammable gas that explodes on contact with the oxygen in the air . • Kerosene : + 210 ° . • Propane: + 470 ° .



. middle and bottom.Evaluated at confined space • The confined space must be evaluated at the top. because of the stratification of gases and vapors . ie . • It is very important to know the density of the gas in order to identify their behavior . if he . the leak will rise or will be deposited in the lower layers of the site.

Long horizontal confined spaces must also be fully evaluated for its entire length. OSHA determines that the readings are made at least every 4 feet apart. .

. Opening other manholes If this is not possible. will be required.Some confined spaces can be adequately assessed from the same manhole used for input.

. each with its • advantages and disadvantages . In gas detection for confined spaces will use portable • equipment as a complete analysis . at all levels . Can be fixed or portable reading providing two types : direct and indirect .GAS DETECTION EQUIPMENT • There is a variety of equipment identification and measurement of gases and vapors • . to be stepped into the compartment is • required.

.GAS • Are read directly used to detect more than one substance at the same time equipment. NR -33 requires that the detector is intrinsically safe. carbon monoxide and H2S gases or vapors ) and can get up to 5 gases . • Work with two or three types of sensors installed. as in the last generation where there is a recognition of flammable gases or vapors in inert equipment areas .MULTI . is normally used to detect gases at least 4 ( in the oil & gas industry are applied to the most oxygen .

• The disadvantages of these sensors are sensitive to changes in humidity and at high concentrations of calibration easy . Cl2 . HCl and organic vapors . Are inexpensive .• The intelligent sensors are electrochemical sensors ( for each individual substance) where a gas is diffused inside the sensor and responds by producing a current that results in information indicated concentration . Are indicated for most of the chemical. SO2 . NH3 . HCN . can be replaced and are interchangeable depending on model of equipment . O2 . H2S . . CO .

• Must be certified.CERTIFICATION • The certification of equipment is mandatory by Order No. tested for its performance by the agency responsible and accompanied by a Certificate of Compliance . 83 of INMETRO.

TEST ANSWER • The equipment must have their tested with a standard gas to maintain its response due to the presence of the gas sensors. It is only safe way to ensure that your sensors are working perfectly. .

As it is a requirement that the atmosphere be continuously evaluated during the execution of work in confined spaces due to the possibility of developing dangerous products generated by the service itself running. the use of these devices allows employees themselves can receive accurate and immediate information on the atmospheric conditions of the environment in which they are inserted. .PERSONAL DETECTOR • As the name already indicates are for personal use and therefore should not be used for gas analysis.

PIPE BOMB COLORIMETRIC + ACCURO Are indirect readout equipment. Inside the tube there is a mixture of reactive substances. if use of the principle that the chemical reaction causes a color change to a precise indication of the . in contact with a contaminated atmosphere.

• Increased number of possible substances to be recognized (more than 5 different substances). • Large range of measurement (allows measurements of high concentrations). .The advantages of this device are: • Low cost.



RESPIRATORY PROTECTION • In many activities in confined spaces always exist a potential for emergence of an oxygen deficient atmosphere and the presence of numerous and tiny airborne contaminants . Changes in temperature and pressure can also be dangerous . .


. • Location of the risk area : Determine safe areas for planning abandonment of the area or to the presence of people responsible for repairs and redemptions . shift work . etc. type of work . . use of time constraints and physical conditions of the environment . • Job characteristics : Environmental conditions and the level of effort required for a user of an EPR can drastically reduce the life of the equipment . • Disclaimer equipment : Equipment characteristics. exposure time in the area of risk.FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE THE SELECTION OF AN EPR (respiratory protective equipment) • User activity : occupation .

• Sealing : Must not be used . mustache . . goggles.• Facial hair: Beard . sideburns and hair may interfere with or damage the valve sealing the contact area of the gum with the skin. caps . helmets or masks welder that interfere with face piece seal . • Overview : If user needs the use of corrective lenses . face shield . • Communication : It should be taken into account using accessories enabling clear communication between staff working still user that the equipment is in use . welding or other types of eye or facial protection they should not harm the seal of the equipment . safety goggles .

• Check if the contaminant can be absorbed through the skin . • Check the limits of existing tolerance for contaminants identified . • Determine the concentration of the contaminants identified . Check if the site is one IDLH atmosphere. producing skin sensitization and is irritating or corrosive to skin and eyes . determine the physical condition of the contaminant . • Evaluate the existing level of oxygen in place there is a potential risk of oxygen deficiency .IDENTIFICATION OF RISK • Determine which contaminants in the workplace . .

the concentration of the odor . • Check for specific regulation for contaminants identified .• Determine if known . • audits to verify the effectiveness of the rules applicable to the program and verify that the use of the program reflects the procedures contained therein . • Duration of the program. • Determine the LEL of the contaminant if flammable gas or vapor . . • Development of a training program for users of EPR . • EPR 's. taste or irritation if the contaminant is a gas or vapor . • Periodic Health Assessment of users .

respirator half face piece in place of the full face . and use full face mask with internal mascaras .USE OF EPR AT HIGH TEMPERATURES • The selected equipment should be resistant to deformations and material fatigue caused by high temperatures . • Excessive heat causes thermal " stress " of the user. . if possible . which is aggravated by the use of RPE . supplied air respirator in continuous flow type . • It is recommended that the use of powered air purifying respirator .

and may only be used by a single user .CLEANING AND SANITATION • The equipment must be cleaned and sanitized . • That equipment that is used by more than one user must be cleaned and sanitized before use by different users . • The emergency respirators shall be cleaned and sanitized after each use . . • The cleaning and sanitizing shall all parts that are removed from the equipment manufacturer's instructions .

43 ° C) . • Other alternatives  sanitizing solutions are hypochlorite solution ( 5 ppm chlorine in 2 minutes immersion) . • The equipment should be thoroughly rinsed with warm water (max. .• Use cleaners specified by the manufacturer or quaternary ammonia compounds found in the market that have bactericidal action . • All water must be drained and drying must be done with dry air . aqueous solution of iodine (5 ppm acid in 2 minutes immersion) .

• Before each use the EPR should be
inspected for :
• appropriate hygiene conditions ;
• Need replacement parts , repairs or
should be discarded ;
• leak at connections ;
• signs of deterioration and loss of
rubbers ;

• Condition coverage airway , tie rods ,
valves , hoses , tubes , hoses , filters,
electrical components and end of life ;
• Operation of regulators and alarms;
• Conditions of compressed air cylinders
loaded in accordance with the
manufacturer's recommendations and
applicable regulations ;
• The equipment and emergency rescue
should have a record with dates of
recommended in such cases an
inspection every month .

• Only people trained in maintenance
and installation of equipment should
make replacement parts and repairs .
It is strongly recommended that the
adjustment or repair of the intake
valves , regulators and alarms and
application of parts and repairs are
carried out by the manufacturer.

• The equipment and emergency rescue should be stored in visible . humidity or corrosive chemicals .GUARD The correct packaging of the EPR should obey the following recommendations : • Protection against physical and chemical agents : extreme heat or cold . • shock. . accessible locations and identified themselves and cabinets . • Save so that the rubber parts or other elastrômero do not buckle . vibration . sunlight .

Hydrocarbons ) . sulfur dioxide . It is common to find the filters classified by color : • 1 ) Grey : hydrogen sulfide gas . • 2 ) Brown : organic vapors ( those containing carbon and hydrogen in its composition eg .MASK purifying AIR : According to NBR is 12. hydrogen chloride . vapors or aerosols ) . • 3 ) Green : Ammonia . • The lifespan of the filters depends on several factors : . etc. chlorine . • 4) Yellow: sulfurous acid .543 respirator in which the ambient air before being inhaled passes through the filter for removal of contaminants ( gases. .


• Being an accidental leak detected . workers entered those sites have access to equipment to escape this atmosphere that became IPVS . the presence of contaminants or oxygen deficiency .RESPIRATOR ESCAPE • Has been an alternative solution for those jobs with continuous monitoring of the atmosphere in which the residence was permitted in confined space without the use of respiratory protection equipment during performance of services . .


only the air line equipment . may undergo cleaning processes which empower workers hygiene and perfect functioning of your devices . However . mild soap and biodegradable and with the aid of brushes and soft . rods . etc. facepiece . .CLEANING RESPIRATORS At first . Cleaning should be done soon after the partial disassembly of the machine using warm water. valves . cleaning will depend on the degree of contamination of components and the way in which the device will be decontaminated. autonomous sets .

1 of this manual.9. the recommendations in section 6. • Never cleaning filters is recommended . Indicated for this purpose . It is recommended to follow closely the life specified by the manufacturer or their usage limitations according to the concentrations found in aggressive work environment for each type of filter . let dry and shaded sanitize with specific products indicated by each manufacturer . • We should not use alcohol or solvents to withdraw stains as this may degrade the smoothness characteristics of rubber facepiece .• We should rinse thoroughly under running water .


• Wireless . • Direct Verbal . • Solid wire . clear and secure communications are essential for the protection of authorized workers . reminding that everyone should be intrinsically safe . or by radio . .COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT • The communication in confined spaces is a vital tool . • The communications methods include: • Visual . • Can be through visual signals if the worker remains constantly under the sight of the watchman . • Tactile . Quick .


• Perform some work positioned at some point . • Facilitate recovery rescuer through a non . • Allow rescuers to a method of locating victims in the confined space . • Save an unconscious victim safely . quickly and easy as possible .Harness Parachute • Most of the entries . the worker should wear a harness full type parachute • attached to a cord or rope securely anchored outside the confined space . The purpose of • using this machine include : • Perform a fall or safe and less effort as possible ascent .entry .

The belt must be of a type certificate ( CA ) by the competent authority . Should be inspected before and after each use and sanitized after work .

• Belts for confined space entry are equipped with hemispherical rings on the shoulders used to lift the assembly through a separator bar.• The belt should be fitted with ribbons.. electricity. Have a fused ring straps and positioned in dorsal rib. . buckles rings and quick knits.). etc. and constructed with durable material to the type of risk to which it was designed (fire.

HELMET AND LIGHTING • The helmets are ideal for working at height also specially designed to meet rescue situations in confined spaces. . • Lighting is essential since we know that most confined spaces in industrial areas have large and poor or nonexistent lighting lanterns should be appropriate for use in potentially explosive areas.

So we must redouble our attention to the equipment not topple . . Are very effective in and decide to climb. This happens when cables are pulled to the side. or • when the person responsible for handling the employee withdraws out and tries to pull him to one side of the opening. but becomes unstable if the lateral force is very strong .TRIPODS • Tripods are positioned loosely fitted and have legs that can be adjusted to provide varying heights.

Tripods .

demonstrating its versatility. • A key advantage of Davit Arm relative to the tripod is a reduced tendency to tip over. • Care should be taken to select it are the same as indicated above for Tripods. others are removable. have a free position and other properties are set. There are many models available.MONOPOD • Other handling equipment. the popular monopod. some permanently mounted. .

we know that most confined spaces located in industrial areas have large and have poor or no lighting.LIGHTING EQUIPMENT The NBR 14. Although certain confined with a small setup and receiving good natural lighting spaces may waive the use of lighting. So it should always be planned to support an artificial lighting (by wire or laptop) to facilitate the performance of tasks within the confined . and are appropriate for use in potentially explosive areas.787 provides that the lighting fixtures should also be available for confined space entries.

FALLS LOCK • Tripods and monopods are usually equipped with cranks that contain a galvanized steel cable approximately ¼ inch in diameter. The devices function as fall arrest fall protection system in case of failures in the main cable or have incorporated cranks becoming rescuers. although larger diameters and stainless steel cables are also used. . Are used to ascend or descend stairs where people or other means of access are not available.

Falls Lock .

a second safety device must be used. These systems offer ease of reduction of effort. but can not be converted into different systems. . Like any drive system. This provides a reduction of errors in building the systems.PRE MOUNTED SYSTEMS • Manufacturers also offer pre-assembled rope systems. Examples include RPD-DBI ROOM 1 and ROLLGLISS.

keep in mind that these systems are best applied to emergency situations requiring a rescue. ropes and pulley systems for the movement of workers can be mounted. However. .• Alternatively.

gears. during a rescue rope and pulley systems for the movement of workers can be mounted. NFPA 1006 defines a mechanical advantage as a force created by mechanical means including. usually creating a greater force output than the energy applied . a system of levers.SYSTEMS PULLEYS • Alternatively. but not limited to. pulleys and ropes.

• 3:1 (3 to 1 pulley rope) and 4:1 (4 rope pulleys to 1) are used This means that each system has its reach on the amount of installed size pulleys and rope. .

a soul synthetic fiber wrapped with a layer of synthetic material also.SOFT MATERIAL • It is the soft material. . or ropes. • The strings must be of type "Kernmantle". safety cordim or tapes. For patterns of rescue operations NFPA strings must be of type certified and meet the requirements of NFPA 1983. The cordins and ribbons need not be of the kind certified. strings whether the work.

Carabiners for systems of work must have a breaking strength of at least 40 K / N.MATERIAL HARD It is applied to the metal equipment pulley or rope access system. Carabiners for safety systems shall have a tensile strength of at least 27 K / N. . • CARABINERS Constructed of steel. For rescue operations carabiners shall be of steel. aluminum or composite.

To work systems must withstand a test load of at least 22 K / N. For security systems must support a load test of at least 13. .5 K / N without fail.DESCENDERS • Are lowering control devices.

If used as a blocker.LIFTS • Devices are developed to serve as accessories for systems of ropes the ascent or blockage. . must withstand a test load of at least 11 K / N. • As auxiliary machine must support the rise of a test load of at least 5K / N.

For safety systems should have a loading of at least 22 K / N strain without failure. .PULLEYS • Devices used in mechanical advantage systems (stress reduction). • To work systems must possess a tensile load of at least 36 K / N without fail.

DISTORTERS • Devices used in anchored systems. so do not get tangled and even hinder its handling. .

BOARDS OF ANCHORAGE • Devices designed to multiply the anchor points for the systems when the appropriate equipment or the location of the incident has limitations insurance points for anchoring. .

Also called envelope stretcher due to his tendency to "envelop" the victim.COTS / IMMOBILIZERS • Are the equipment for the transport of immobilized victims. • ( SKED COT) • Made of resin and very useful in confined spaces with limited access to input and output. .

COT RIGID • Constructed of alloy steel and polyethylene bottom. . provides limitations to its use in places with limited access to input and output.

.TRIANGLE OF REDEMPTION (Peplum) • Used to rescue victims devoid of seatbelts and do not require special assets.

.KED OR jACKET IMMOBILIZER BACKBONE • Device designed to immobilize victims with suspected cervical spine fracture.

CERVICAL COLLAR AND PETALS • Auxiliary devices for neck immobilization (suspected lesions in the cervical spine) and assets of the upper and lower limbs when there is a suspected fractures. .

Resuscitators .DEFIBRILLATOR Electronic device resuscitation .

AMBU • Manual resuscitation device for use in the airways .








Entry Supervisor The entry supervisor is responsible for determining if entry conditions are acceptable at a permit space where entry is planned. and for terminating entry as required by this procedure. Normally. the entry supervisor is the supervisor of the crew entering the confined space. Each entry supervisor has the following responsibilities: . for authorizing entry and overseeing entry operations.

• Verifies that all tests specified by the permit have been conducted. including information on how exposure might occur and on the signs. • Verifies that the appropriate entries have been made on the entry permit. • Ensures that each member of the operation is trained in confined space work and their . • Briefs the entry team on the circumstances of this particular permit-required confined space. and consequences of the exposure.• Knows the hazards that may be encountered during entry. symptoms.

• Ensures that the confined space has been drained and cleaned • Ensures that the permit space has been thoroughly ventilated. • Verifies that all procedures and equipment specified by the permit are in place before endorsing the permit and allowing entry. vapors should be exhausted from the top of the space) • Verifies that all mechanical devices are disconnected from their power source and proper lockout procedures have been followed. preferably with fans or blowers (whenever practical. .

• Verifies that rescue services are available and that the means for summoning them are operable. • Removes unauthorized individuals who enter or attempt to enter the permit space during operations • Verifies that entry operations remain consistent with the terms of the entry permit and that acceptable entry conditions are maintained .• Terminates the entry and cancels the permit if conditions warrant.

• Makes a copy of the permit and returns the original to the appropriate client personnel department .When work inside the confined space has been performed. • Notifies the appropriate department that the confined space is ready to be placed back into Service. the entry supervisor will complete the following: • Be present with the individual who is to close the hatchways and/or covers to confirm that everyone is out of the confined space.

The other end of the retrieval line shall be attached to a mechanical device or fixed point outside of the permit space so that rescue can begin as soon as the rescuer becomes aware that .Personal Protective Equipment An individual who enters a confined space shall wear a chest or full-body harness with a retrieval line attached at the center of the entrant’s back near shoulder level or above the entrant’s head. Wristlets may be used in lieu of the chest or fullbody harness if it can be demonstrated that the chest or full-body harness is infeasible or creates a greater hazard.

deep. When two or more employees are working in a confined space. provided the conditions in the confined space have been checked and found to be okay. the lifeline may be detached and left hanging where it is accessible.A mechanical device shall be available to retrieve personnel from vertical-type permit spaces more than 5ft. The lifeline must be attached to the harness in conditions where an employee is required to wear respiratory equipment or where rescue would be difficult. and knowledge of the permit being issued for that particular confined space to be entered . hazards. Other PPE may be designated by the entry supervisor based on conditions.

. simulate the types of permit spaces from which rescues are to be performed. Representative permit spaces shall. configuration.Rescue and Emergency Services • Only those individuals who have been trained to perform rescue duties and in the proper use of the required PPE shall be permitted to attempt rescue procedures in a confined space. and accessibility. with respect to opening size. • Each member of the rescue team shall practice making a permit space rescue at least once every 12 months by participating in a simulated rescue operation where they remove mannequins or actual persons from actual permit spaces or from representative permit spaces.

Additional Safety Information • When flammable materials are being used (coating. • Air tools should be used whenever possible. paints. the perimeter and hatchways of the confined space must be flagged off to identify the flammable materials being used. cements. lining. or solvents). • Electrical lighting shall be low voltage (12 volts) with an approved guard over the bulb and/or shall have properly installed ground fault circuit interrupters. .

• Where multiple companies are to occupy one confined space. appropriate controls will be defined prior to entry operations so that work activities will not create a hazard for other employees. . Incidents will be investigated immediately by the Safety Department in conjunction with the Operating Department.Additional Safety Information •Any incident involving a confined space shall be reported to the Safety Department. Examples of controls include seal decks between work locations. safety nets. work practices. etc.

GFCIs are not approved for flammable atmospheres and must be located in an area where flammables are not present or a hot work permit must be issued. • Wiring of 110-volts inside the confined space must be protected from mechanical damage by routing the wiring inside flexible or rigid conduit from outside the confined space opening to the light fixture or by routing wiring away from areas of potential damage. Lighting may be 12 volt or 110 volt with ground fault circuit interrupters(GFCI). .Lighting • Lighting used for confined space entry must be suitable for the confined space.

Passageways or entryways into potential IDLH or inert-purged confined spaces will be fitted with a protective barrier (e.g.. orange construction fencing) to inhibit entry in addition to the “DANGER – DO NOT ENTER” sign. .DO NOT ENTER” signs remain in place until the conditions in the confined space have been tested and the permit approved and signed.DANGER – DO NOT ENTER” Signs • “Persons opening the confined space shall place a “DANGER – DO NOT ENTER” sign at each passageway or entryway as soon as the passageway has been opened or an entryway has been made. • The entry supervisor must ensure that the “DANGER .

Asset Operator specifies in Box 3 the frequency of the gas tests to be undertaken whilst is in progress. Signature ----. 2. Gas Test Specification Asset Operator specifies in Box 2 the gases to be tested.. Initial Gas Test Authorized Gas Tester records the results of the gas test in Box 2. LSA Radiation Check Radiation Protection Supervisor confirms as appropriate.=Options Radiation Prot. 7. Cancellation Asset Operator signs Box 6 to cancel the Confined Space Entry Certificate when all activities requiring entry have been completed. that all radioactive sources have been removed and that LSA checks have been satisfactorily completed. and the space no longer fulfills the safety criteria for confined space entry. adding date and time. 12. He indicates in Box 2 whether breathing apparatus is required by the persons working under the associated Work Permit. 10. Refer to isolations procedure chart for details Maximum retest period is 12 hours Prior to AGT entering vessel for initial Gas Test. Task specific precautions are addressed on the associated work permit. Isolation Certificate serial no. Gas monitoring between gas tests is mandatory for Confined Space Entry. 13. Work Permit Endorsement Area Authority endorses work permit. location of the vessel and worksite in the header. NOTES TO ACTIVITIES The work and requirement for confined space entry should be discussed at the daily planning meeting.ACTIVITY DESCRIPTION Work Permit Originator Standby Man Isolator Performing Authority =Isol.. Authorized Gas Tester records date. Approval Asset Operator confirms that the confined space is isolated (if this is a vessel). and that the Authorized Gas Tester can undertake an initial gas test. and the Authorized Gas Tester can undertake the initial gas test. and who will undertake the initial gas test. Originator raises a new certificate containing the amended conditions of entry AO AA AGT RPS PA Isol SM Org 13. 3. and venting (DFPV) activities. to allow man entry to the confined space. flushing. Isolation Isolator isolates vessel or other confined space. Confined Space Entry Performing Authority nominates Standby Man for entry period. Supvr. =Work Permit/Work Order Signature Authorized Gas Tester =Worksite Area Authority =Admin/Office Activity Asset Operator KEY RESPONSIBLE FOR ACTIVITY 1. Gas testing during execution of work Authorized Gas Tester makes first repeat test immediately before the space is re-entered if it has been vacated and left unattended for the intervening period and/or it is suspected that conditions have changed. Asset Operator attached the Confined Space Entry Certificate to the associated work permit. entering Work Permit serial no. following draining. The precautions apply specifically to the confined space entry . Cert. He signs Box 5. Standby Man records the entry and exit times of those entering the space on the reverse of the Confined Space Entry Certificate copy 1 (green). and to show that the activity described in the associated work permit may be safely performed from the stated time providing the precautions are observed. Asset Operator cancels the Confined Entry Certificate if a change in the space conditions lead to a change of base entry conditions. (I./Support Cart. Work involving confined space entry goes ahead. time and result of all relevant gas tests. all precautions must be in place and standby man in attendance for man entry. Hazards/Precautions Authorized Gas Tester. the vessel is not clean). 6. Issue Asset Operator enters date and time from which Confined Space Entry Certificate is valid. purging. 8.e.not to the work. 9. Preparation Work Permit Originator raises Confined Space Entry Certificate. 4. LSA Radiation Check Asset Operator indicates in Box 1a whether a LSA radiation check is required. and/or Asset Operator enter in Box 4 description of hazards and associated precautions which apply as a condition for entering the space. 5. and signs for each set of tests.2 Confined Space Entry Procedure CONFINED SPACE ENTRY PROCEDURE . 11.