The attendant in a confined entry situation plays a critical role in the safety of those in the confined space. While this job is often characterized by long, boring stretches of “nothing to do” it requires paying attention to what’s going on (or not happening) inside the confined space. One of the best things you can do as an attendant is stay in constant contact with the crew inside. This doesn’t mean distracting them with a stream of trivial banter; that’s ...

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