This is the form we had to use for working in a confined space. You had to be trained to do so … constant gas metering was taking place and as you entered and left the confined space you had to sign on and off the form.


I will be doing an Industrial type series with these photos and will be posting a lot of stuff on my BLOG and explaining the parts and process of the job we did. For the better photos, I will upload them here, but will be doing them in this Burnt Sepia to keep them as uniform and industrial as I can.


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Comments

  • Mia1
    Mia1over 6 years ago

    Wow, What a wonderful photo. Love that orange

  • Craig Shillington
    Craig Shillingtonover 6 years ago

    WOW You are quick today Mia :) I was on Confined Space Watch (had to make sure no one entered of left without me knowing and had to man the radio in case of an emergency)

  • Antoine Dagobert
    Antoine Dagobertover 6 years ago

    Fantastic focus! very well done shot Craig!

  • VBS Thanks Antoine :) :)

    – Craig Shillington

  • flowerindattic
    flowerindatticover 6 years ago

    Some people may not interested, but Im being one of them who like this work… Cool Macro…

  • Awwww Thanks Vic :) :) We had 3 Indonesians working with us too. They are were very hard workers!!!

    – Craig Shillington

  • Andy Harris
    Andy Harrisover 6 years ago

    cool shot – the orange really radiates through this one.

  • Thanks Andy, that orange/red is pretty close to the colour everything in the Pilbara is stained to, because of the colour of the earth up there!!!

    – Craig Shillington

  • mwfoster
    mwfosterover 6 years ago

    Fill it out every time I enter the Fuel tank on Airplanes. Your lucky you were on the outside they don’t call it confined space for nothing. I like the lighting and angle. I would have never thought that that piece of paper could be made interesting. Well done

  • Oh, I went in a few confined spaces too, just took turns with watch. But nothing like a Fuel Tank!! God I don’t envy you. Makes me glad they have these safety procedures in place!!!! Do you do inspections in them??

    – Craig Shillington

  • flowerindattic
    flowerindatticover 6 years ago

    Wow, cool, glad to hear there are some people who stil believe in Indonesian workers…

  • Oh they were experts in their fields. One was an overseer on the Docks and had to check all the welding etc. When he was here he was a welder. A good one too and it was like 42 Celsius some days!!! His name was Ray. Another was Henry, he was an awesome guy too :)

    – Craig Shillington

  • flowerindattic
    flowerindatticover 6 years ago

    Damn!! Its hot weather I reckon… hope they can keep the job done in good shape, working in that hot field like that, its not just hard for them, but surely for the rest of all of you too…. Im wondering now how hard working in the field like that… My father used to work in oil company too before he retired, in Riau, its an exploration oil… I was always angry when he came home late…. LOL…

  • mwfoster
    mwfosterover 6 years ago

    Its part of inspecting them but I spent a week in one replacing a bad fuel wire harnest.

  • Cheyenne
    Cheyennealmost 6 years ago

    Cool! :)

  • It was a bit of a bludge being on Confined Space Duty. Making sure everyone had permits and keeping account of who went in and who came out. Gave me a chance to get some awesome photos though ;)

    – Craig Shillington

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