No person at work may enter a confined space1 to carry out work for any purpose unless it is not reasonably practicable2 to achieve that purpose without such entry3. Without prejudice to this provision, so far as is reasonably practicable, no person at work may enter or carry out any work in or (other than as a result of an emergency) leave a confined space otherwise than in accordance with a system of work4 which, in relation to any relevant specified risks5, renders that work safe and without
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