Fire and Rescue Authorities Operational Guidance Generic Risk Assessment 2.1 - Rescues from Confined Spaces - 2.1.2 Silos

Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG)
TSO (The Stationery Office)
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Generic Risk Assessment 2.1.2 examines only those hazards, risks and controls that are specific to incidents involving rescues from silos (see definition below for what constitutes a silo) and similar structures and should be read within the context provided by Generic Risk Assessment 2.1 Rescues from confined spaces.

SILO: "A container or tower, often cylindrical in shape, used for the storage of silage, grain, powders, pellets, sawdust, foodstuffs, chemicals, crops and fluids like sewage digester tanks." Silage is any crop harvested while green for fodder and kept succulent by partial fermentation in a silo. Silos are often bespoke designs capable of handling all types of materials from the finest powders to the most cohesive substances.

Extent 19 pages ISBN 9780117540910
Size A4 Price £14.99
Format Loose-leaf Published 18 Apr 2013
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