Confined Space Waste Removal
A confined space in need of waste removal requires a confined space supervisor, entrant, and attendant to get the job done. Waste removal for confined spaces is dangerous and complicated. As a result, it’s OSHA regulated and requires a permit. If your business has a confined space that needs waste removal, you need the right team for the job. A confined space cleanup crew is called a “confined space rescue crew”, and Kerkstra Waste has a certified team who can take care of everything. Whether it’s industrial tank cleaning services or other confined space cleaning, we will approach the job with the utmost professionalism. We specialize in storage tank cleaning but can put our training to use in any confined space. We’re committed to providing efficient, safe, reliable confined space services.
With 15 years of combined experience, you can relax and let us take care of the job.
How do you remove the waste once it's cleaned up?
What safety precautions do you take?
Why do confined spaces require a team to clean?
- Entrant: The Confined Space Entrant is the person working on the job. They will be doing the actual cleaning process, using the appropriate tools to clean out the non-hazardous waste.
- Attendant: The Confined Space Attendant supervises the Entrant. They are the “backup buddy” who is there to make sure that nothing goes wrong during the cleaning process.
- Supervisor: The Confided Space Supervisor is there to oversee the process and make sure that the Entrant and Attendant follow proper safety regulations.