False assumptions about confined entry can put you into a “Hotel California” situation. You may check out, but you’ll never leave (alive anyhow). So that you can always walk out of a confined entry space, here are five assumptions you should never make. “If the permit was good yesterday, it’s good today.” Your confined entry permit is good only for the time stated on the permit. If the permit has expired, don’t enter without a new permit. And ...

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