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Facilities Management and Environmental Health & Safety (EHS)

Confined Space Assessment

In accordance with a campus-wide survey of the University of Louisiana at Monroe by the Environmental Health & Safety Office, no areas were discovered which meet the OSHA "Permit Required" Confined Space; however, the silos at the Johnson Farm, the area under Brown Hall, and Brown Auditorium stage pit have been identified as likely to be hazardous if entered.

*Additionally, all elevator pits are considered confined spaces and no ULM employees will enter or work in them at any time for any reason.

Any work required in these areas will be a contracted service.  The bids for contracts must specify that the bidder will furnish a copy of their Confined Space Program and all necessary documentation that the individuals to be working in the area have received the proper training.   A copy of this information should be forwarded to the Environmental Health & Safety Office for record retention.

Documents

Confined Space Policy (Adobe PDF Format)
Confined Space Permit (Adobe PDF Format)

 


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