So you've minimised glass and brittle plastics in the factory, you don't allow any glass or brittle plastic to be brought into the factory by employees and you have a finely honed glass breakage procedure that everyone understands.
So can anyone tell me the point of walking around the plant once a week clipboard in hand to check the computer hasn't spontaneously exploded and the skylights in the roof are still there.
I believe this exercise is completely pointless, can anyone convince me otherwise?
Hi Simon and the others participants
Totally agree: pointless work.
As said before, the important and sensible thing is to write the glass risk procedure having the maintenance responsible help, he knows well the equipment. And, of course, to make him aware of the importance of this procedure. And, besides all the employess, I think it is a good idea to explain this to the cleanliness & disinfection personnel.
By the way, what else you can do apart from get the glass certificates stating it is a unbreakagle glass ( is "laminated glass" the english word ? ) and put adhesible plastic on/over the others glass items that have not the certificate ?