Sometimes these places can put the safety of workers at risk, as they are exposed to various types of accidents such as getting stuck.
The little room to maneuver also increases the difficulty of the job, requiring technicians who are fully prepared and capable of working under all circumstances.
Similarly, the complexity of these environments can place a psychological burden on workers by subjecting them to situations of stress and anxiety due to limited space.
Works in confined spaces
These jobs include tasks such as welding and repairs in all types of confined spaces, generally within pipes.
However, these spaces are not always submerged under water, they can also be underground or located outdoors.
Work in hostile environments
Operations in environments that are not suitable for human life or that pose a danger to the personnel working in them. These jobs include repair and maintenance work in places with polluted water, places with poor visibility or underwater work at great depths with high atmospheric pressure.