Risk management pocket guide
Entry into enclosed spaces: ships
The dangers of enclosed spaces are universal and are widely found in work activities. The two main concerns are lack of oxygen and presence of harmful gases or vapours.
In this pocket card, ICHCA International and the TT Club have addressed the very practical issue of entry into cargo spaces on board ship that can present a danger to port workers and others who may be required to enter them during their work. The dangers, together with examples, are given and the necessary precautions that will ensure safety are specified.
Risk management - entry into enclosed spaces - ships (155 KB)
Risk Management Director