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Thriving since 1982, learn about Painters USA’s people, culture, mission, and values.

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Delve into commercial / industrial cleaning, painting, coating, and flooring topics.

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Good pay and benefits with training and support at growing commercial / industrial paint and coating contractor.

Put your business skills and experience to work at the values-driven culture of Painters USA.

Safety comes first with OSHA 10/30 card-carrying equipment and services that enhance workplace safety.

Quality delivered with certified equipment in the latest equipment, products and techniques in the industry.

Dedicated to raising mental health awareness by fostering open dialogue, providing resources, and organizing events to support the well-being of our employees and community.

Confined space cleaning, painting, and coatings.

Working in tight, hazardous space is done safely with Painters USA experience and knowledge of OSHA permit required confined space.

Tight space painting needs? Covered.

Industrial facilities often have enclosed or confined spaces, examples of which include tanks, storage bins, silos, pipelines, underground vaults, and pits. When confined space surfaces need cleaning, painting, or coating, OSHA compliance is required to avoid hazards and ensure worker safety.

Painters USA has the knowledge and experience you need to understand OSHA confined space characteristics and compliance. We can help you assess and understand permit requirements to find the safest way to complete your project, while staying on time and on budget.

How does OSHA classify confined space?

Confined space can entrap or engulf workers, or expose them to hazardous atmospheric conditions. The consequences of working in these areas without proper planning and preparation can be tragic, including severe injuries and death.

Confined space is often referred to as non-permit or permit-required. Non-permit required confined space meets all three of the following conditions of 29 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 1910.146(b).

  1. Large enough for workers to enter and perform certain tasks or jobs.
  2. Limited or restricted for entry and exit.
  3. Not designed for continuous human occupancy.

Permitting requirements apply with the presence of safety hazards and risks as follows.

Our safety culture delivers big benefits

Safe workplaces make for a happier, more productive workforce. They reduce legal risks and insurance costs. They assure families that their loved ones will return home from work every day. They give you one less thing to worry about.

Our dedication to safety

When does OSHA require a confined space permit?

Permit-required confined space meets the following conditions as outlined by OSHA:

  1. Has the potential for hazards like fires, explosions, oxygen-deficiency, dust, heat, and exposed live wires.
  2. Contains materials like grain or pellets, which have the potential to engulf or entrap an entrant.
  3. Walls that converge inward or floors that slope and taper downward into a smaller area.
  4. Has any other recognized safety or health hazards.

When permit conditions apply, industrial facilities should follow OSHA guidance and instructions to develop and adhere to a confined space program for their own employees and authorized entrants such as Painters USA and other contractor personnel.

Confined space reclassification

Painters USA is always concerned about the health and safety of our workers and yours, which means that sometimes a permit-requiring factor may be introduced into a project. This usually involves the surface preparation phase only.

For example, industrial cleaning methods like abrasive blasting may create a combustible dust hazard during the process, or the best solvent or coating product for the job may be caustic or flammable. We will consult with you in advance if this applies to your project.

We also identify situations that may not require comprehensive monitoring and permits. For example, agriculture clients have facilities with a great deal of permit-required confined space. Yet during off-season, in the absence of running machinery or normal operations, we may be able to rely on Lockout Tagout (LOTO) procedures and other strategies to reduce or eliminate permits and monitoring, yet still meet client and OSHA safety requirements.

However, safety is always our priority. We will not be party to any confined space permit requests if human safety and welfare would be at risk.

Painters USA confined space expertise

Whether your confined space includes machinery, product, utilities, or structural elements, Painters USA is the commercial / industrial contractor for the job.

Benefits of our confined space training

Other industrial painting services

Specific industry experience

It takes certain credentials & insurance to work around railroads and Painters USA have them all.
Tank, pipe, & pipe rack painting using our corrosion control products help refineries stay maintained.
Our rust control products are long lasting and are perfect for cooling units, towers, and other structural steel.
Tank painting & mold removal on tanks are just a couple of the things we offer to the ethanol industry.
The caustic nature of these plants calls for specialty products to protect surfaces from corrosion & deterioration.

Blasting and heavy duty cleaning services

Abrasive and media blasting can prepare nearly any surface to meet your specifications and enable maximum coating adhesion
Cleaning sensitive equipment requires a delicate solution – dry ice blasting is just that.
By using only 10% of the abrasive media in traditional sand blasting, this blasting method has become one of our top services preferred by clients.
Grease, oil, and dust can prohibit your manufacturing facility from operating at peak levels. Our crews know how to make you shine.

Unique and specialized industrial painting services

This specialized service provides a smooth factory-like finish on machinery, files cabinets, lockers, and other metal surfaces.
Corrosion Control and Rust Removal for Your Industrial Equipment. Our NACE-certified team lowers your maintenance expenses and improves safety.
Protect storage tanks, silos, and bins from the elements and safeguard normal operations with proper maintenance and coating services.
OSHA requires a specific color coding to indicate what each pipe contains for quick, universal identification.
From small pedestrian bridges to large locomotive trestles, we have the manpower & skill to protect any structure.
Company logos & slogans on interior walls or exterior silos & tanks are a great way to enhance your message and brand.

Industrial flooring services

Reduce wear and tear from machines like forklifts, and protect your concrete floors from chemical spills, solvents and acids with coating technology.
Enhance operations, increase brightness, and protect your concrete flooring foundation with this durable, low maintenance option

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