Confined spaces are areas like tanks, grain bins, or tunnels that are not necessarily designed for people, but are large enough for workers to enter and perform certain jobs. Confined spaces are a hazard in many industrial settings. OSHA reports that over 2 million U.S. workers access permit-required confined spaces per year – most as part of work functions like routine maintenance, repairs, and inspections. Far too many who enter these areas are injured or don't come out due to entrapment, engulfment, suffocation or drowning. Comprehensive training programs and safety procedures are essential to avoid accidents. OSHA also requires employers with confined spaces to post signs nearby and to have a permitting process in place. Clarion’s warnings meet OSHA confined space requirements, warn workers of hazards and remind about PPE and training procedures. We offer a variety of permit and non-permit-required confined space labels, signs and tags.