LIVE from Europe; Maintenance Webinar Confined Spaces


Thursday April 14th, 12.55-14.00 hours

A confined space is a work location that is difficult to enter and is poorly ventilated. It is cramped, often dark, and there are few possibilities of escape. There is often insufficient oxygen, or hazardous substances that are released during the work. Examples of work that are carried out in these spaces include maintenance and cleaning work, repairs and inspections.

Every year a number of people are killed or seriously injured due to working in confined spaces, often because they are unaware of the dangers, poorly trained or the correct safety arrangements have not been put in place.

During this special knowledge session we discuss:
– Work Permits
– Instruments
– Personal Safety (including products)
– Emergency Situations; precention and aid

George Scroubelos
With over 30 years of experience in the Health and Safety industry, Dr. Scroubelos is most proud of helping many companies and people become more safety conscious, thus contributing to the prosperity of people’s lives.

Adriano Paolo Bacchetta
Adriano graduated in Chemical Engineering at Politecnico di Milano, he now works as a freelance consultant after gaining many years of experience working for important multi-national companies, where he has been involved in many different safety programs.

Jan Teun Koningen
With his company, Catch22, Jan Teun is not only helping companies to keep improving themselves, but he also trains the companies that want to bring their Asset and Maintenance Management to a higher level.



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