A variety of conditions make working in a confined space uncomfortable, such as minimal room, abnormal temperatures or difficult entries. However, the life-threatening condition is simply the quality of air that exists in the space. The laws of human physiology are unbending about what must be done before entering a confined space, and well-trained workers know and follow prescribed steps.
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