OSHA rethinks the Confined Space in Construction Standard

Interesting read. OSHA is finally admitting that the majority of residential attics and crawl spaces do not meet the definition of a  confined space. Please follow the link below for the latest interpretation from OSHA.

https://www.osha.gov/Publications/OSHA3914.pdf

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Thanks for posting that!

Mike Pagozalski Certified Home Inspector

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