A Confined Space, in terms of OSHA and NIOSH safety requirements, refers to an area whose enclosed environment and limited access make it dangerous to workers. Confined spaces can be above or below ground level. Examples of confined spaces include pipes and sewers, crawl spaces, vents, vaults, tanks, pits, storage bins, vats and silos. Any area where access or egress is limited may be considered a confined space, especially if it is an area that can trap gases or where an injured or impaired worker may become trapped.

Ventilation is one of the most effective means of controlling hazardous atmospheres in restricted spaces.

Fans and blowers designed specifically for tight spaces can keep workers safe and promote good ventilation. Effective ventilation systems provide a method of maintaining a breathable atmosphere within the space by achieving a reduction in the level of atmospheric contaminates (gases, vapors, mists, fumes and dust) within the space.

Electric Ventilator

Electric Ventilators are low maintenance, compact, and lightweight.

Specifically designed to provide a completely portable source of fresh air in various underground, confined, and outdoor areas.

490 CFM
12 Volt DC, 15 Amps
40 lbs. 25’ Hose

553 CFM
120 Volt AC, 3 Amps
40 lbs. 25’ Hose

7-9’ Tri-pod

Fall Protection is a complicated issue and one of the most important faced by an employer or site supervisor. With over 100,000 reported incidents per year, falls from heights almost always result in serious injury.

9 ft. aluminum tripod is lightweight and portable, easily set-up by one worker

Adjusts from 7 ft. to 9 ft. height and will span a 6-1/2 ft. diameter hole

Complete with safety chain to prevent movement and safety shoes with rubber soles for
flat surfaces and spiked edges for slippery surfaces

Rated working load is 350 lbs. for work support and 310 lbs. for fall arrest, can withstand up to 5,000 lbs. of vertical pull

Sala Lift II Work Winch

Easy Operation; simply rotate the handle to raise or lower Gear ratio is 6:1 with an average lifting speed of 12.75 ft/min.

Free-Wheel Mode; an operator activated free wheel mode allows the drum to rotate and cable to pay-out freely

Built-In Fall Protection; The free-wheel mode has a built-in overspeed brake which provides secondary fall protection and added security

Level Wind; the drum level wind mechanism aids in spooling the cable onto the drum evenly and prevents slack line

Sealed SRL with Retrieval Winch

Stainless steel and cast aluminum housing for corrosion resistance

50 ft. 3/16” galvanized steel wire rope for durability.

Built in retrieval winch for raising/lowering load during emergencies with built-in shock absorbing capabilities

Winch drive incorporates and overload device thus reducing the possibility of injuryshould the worker become entangled during retrieval


Every DBI/SALA harness combines maximum comfort, freedom of movement and ease of use without sacrificing safety. All harnesses are designed to securely retain you in case of a fall and distribute the impact forces throughout your body.

Whether you wear a harness 4 hours a day or 14 hours a day, it needs to feel good and fit right for optimum comfort, safety and productivity. DBI/SALA harnesses are designed to fit you – no matter what your size or shape!

We rent what you need to protect your workers. In addition, we sell a full line of Fall Protection Equipment from industry leading Manufacturers

Davit Arm

Davit Arm retrieval systems are used to tie off workers who are suspended below a surface.

Davits can be used for raising and lowering the worker to an area below the unit.

It can be mounted to a number of different support structures.

Davit Arm retrieval systems are an essential part of a confined space access or rescue plan. Davit Arms are also commonly used by Emergency Response Units for rescue in confined spaces.

Fall Arrest Stanchion

  • The system is to be used with a personal fall arrest/restraint system complying with CCR title 8, CSO, article 24, §1670.
  • Steel plate shall be minimum 6 feet wide and shall weigh a minimum of 4,000 lbs per person. (two people maximum).
  • Fully engage coil screw such that bottom plate is tight and flush with steel plate surface.
  • Do not use stanchion to lift trench plate heavier than 10,000 lbs.

Guard Rails

All railings and components shall be capable of withstanding a force of at least 200 lbs. applied to the top rail within 2 in. of the top edge, in any outward or downward direction, at any point along the top edge.

3. Mid-rails, screens, mesh, intermediate vertical members, solid panels, and equivalent members shall be capable of withstanding a force of at least 150 lbs. applied in any downward or outward direction at any point.


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