Keith Sampson, president and owner, of Shreveport-based SRP Environmental will be speaking at the National Air Duct Cleaning Association’s Annual Meeting in Phoenix. Sampson will be educating association members on the new OSHA ruling regarding confined spaces, including attics and crawl spaces. Subpart AA of 29 CFR 1926 provides information on how to eliminate and isolate hazards associated with confined spaces at construction sites, which will help prevent construction workers from being hurt or killed.
NADCA’s 27th Annual Meeting & Exposition
March 7-9, 2016
The Wigwam Resort
The new confined space standard includes provisions regarding general construction. Key changes include coordinating activities taking place outside the confined space, designating a competent person, monitoring the atmosphere, monitoring engulfment hazards, and suspending a confined space permit instead of canceling it. For additional information on confined spaces, refer to the Frequently Asked Questions on osha.gov. View additional information about the new OSHA confined space standard on our website.
SRP Environmental is an environmental, health and safety services company headquartered in Shreveport, Louisiana. Additional offices are located in Texas, Colorado, Hawaii and Pennsylvania. Services range from storm water permits and environmental site assessments to exposure monitoring and fungal investigations to conducting safety training and providing a site safety and health officer. SRP Environmental services oil and gas, manufacturing, agriculture, healthcare and catastrophe response industries.