Confined Space Inspection

Are your structural inspectors confined space trained and willing to work in hostile environments?

Sometimes an experienced structural surveyor is not enough when faced with an inspection in a hazardous environment.  

You need to have confidence that your inspections are not only going to be conducted efficiently and effectively, but also that they are done safely.

Conducting structural inspections in difficult to access or potentially hazardous environments is a significant undertaking. However, choosing Arco Professional Safety Services as your safety partner means that you will have qualified structural inspectors on site who are also confined space trained. They are experienced in working in challenging environments such as culverts, ventilation shafts, and box girders. Such highly skilled individuals are able to ensure safe access can be made to the inspection side, and then a high-quality inspection can be achieved. 

With AutoCad capability, detailed reports are submitted to your specific requirements for a range of inspection disciplines. This includes line and level, topographical, non-destructive testing and visual/tactile structural surveys.

Our teams are City & Guilds Confined Space trained and hold IRATA rope access qualifications. Their areas of expertise range from chambers, tunnels, and roof voids, to shafts and historical structures. You can be confident in receiving a service that fulfils your requirement in a safe and efficient manor.

 

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