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Confined spaces What all agricultural workers need to know
What is a confined space? 2
Grain bins 3
Milk tank 4
Manure pond 5
Open-top water tanks 6
Closed additive tanks 7
Brown water tank 9
Pump shed 10
Mobile equipment manure tank 11
Crawl spaces 12
Storm water manholes 13
Sanitary – septic tanks 14
Valve boxes / chambers 15
Auger tunnels 17
Sanitary pump/lift stations 18
Well pits 19
20 Keep out Do not enter even to rescue someone, unless you have been trained Talk to your employer or supervisor
Confined spaces What all agricultural workers need to know.
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