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#1 Qureshi

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Posted 28 September 2010 - 11:07 AM

Can anyone have any idea how to write glass breakage policy..?? if yes, then please share.


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Posted 28 September 2010 - 03:57 PM

Well,

You have to write glass policy which includes glass breakageand control. Actually glass policy includes rules regarding the possibility andcontrol of glass breakage and incident management procedure after breakage ofany glass inside the manufacturing facility.

You must have to write some points like:-




Glass policy



1. 1) All the glasses used in production facility willbe toughen glass (non-brittle)

2. 2) All brittle plastic and glass must be covered bynon brittle plastic or bopp films

3. 3) All damaged glass shall be repaired immediately.If the same is not possible make temporary arrangement and schedule the timefor replace that

4. 4) If any glass brakage come stop the productionline immediately and cleare all glass parts and then take approval of seniorperson

5. 5) All glass should be listed

6. 6) Etc

7. 7) Etc

8. 8) Etc


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Posted 29 September 2010 - 12:32 PM

Can anyone have any idea how to write glass breakage policy..?? if yes, then please share.


Hi.

Glass policy includes guidelines handling and storage of raw materials or other products in glass container.

It could indicate that upon receiving of items in glass containers, it is stored in the lowest possible shelf to prevent breakage. Upon use inside food production, products in glass containers are decanted to a suitable plastic containers to again prevent breakage.

Glass policy can also include the procedures to follow in case there is glass shattered in the food production area. for example:
1. Glass breakage occurs
2. Isolate area.
3. Report to Supervisor
4. Report to QA for assessment of affected food products. Report to Occupational Health & Safety for any injured person.
5. Report to Finance for assessment of value.
6. Clean the area.
7. Record in a logbook for monitoring and reference.

Hope this helps.
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#4 Joe Parsons

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Posted 30 September 2010 - 01:03 PM

Attached File  CONTENTS.DOC   29.5KB   131 downloads[Attached File  Document Control.doc   28KB   201 downloadsAttached File  FILFRONT.DOC   29.5KB   167 downloadsAttached File  OBJECTIV.DOC   32.5KB   157 downloadsAttached File  PREFACE.DOC   29KB   130 downloadsAttached File  TECHP025.DOC   37.5KB   166 downloadsAttached File  TECHP026.DOC   37.5KB   166 downloadsAttached File  TECHR037.doc   35.5KB   163 downloads

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Hope it helps make sure all names are changed to protect the guilty

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#5 Charles.C

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Posted 30 September 2010 - 06:49 PM

Dear JoeParsons,

Welcome to the forum! (1 month ago) :welcome:

Many thks yr docs. Good stuff. :thumbup:

3 quick comments -

1. Techreport 39 (which looks v.int. seems to hv got lost at the end of upload, maybe? (or perhaps my ffox browser) :smile:

2. IMEX, it is not unusual to size-define a specific no-go area around a glass breakage incident

3. Seemed to me that, based on yr text, you hv no labs using glass materials whose occupants can also enter a "production" area.?? :unsure:

Rgds / Charles.C

PS am curious what kind of food you are working with ??


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#6 Joe Parsons

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Posted 03 October 2010 - 12:39 PM

Dear JoeParsons,

Welcome to the forum! (1 month ago) :welcome:

Many thks yr docs. Good stuff. :thumbup:

3 quick comments -

1. Techreport 39 (which looks v.int. seems to hv got lost at the end of upload, maybe? (or perhaps my ffox browser) :smile:

2. IMEX, it is not unusual to size-define a specific no-go area around a glass breakage incident

3. Seemed to me that, based on yr text, you hv no labs using glass materials whose occupants can also enter a "production" area.?? :unsure:

Rgds / Charles.C

PS am curious what kind of food you are working with ??


Hi Charles and Thanks for the welcome


I'll take the last first (frozen sweet and savoury pies ready to bake)
Right on the button all the lab work is off site except some minor testing
We kind of play size of area as it happens as a fluorescent tube even if protected, landing the wrong way can project shards of material quite a distance
I will try to forward the tech report again on my return to work.
I wish you all the best!
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Posted 03 October 2010 - 08:09 PM

Dear Joe Parsons,

Ths yr comments.

We kind of play size of area as it happens as a fluorescent tube even if protected, landing the wrong way can project shards of material quite a distance


Sounds like the voice of experience although IMEX, the protection is more likely to fall than the tube. :rolleyes:

Rgds / Charles.C
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#8 Tony-C

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Posted 04 October 2010 - 04:19 AM

Hope it helps make sure all names are changed to protect the guilty

Joe


Useful content, it may be worth combining these into a couple of documents rather than having 8 separate ones.

Regards,

Tony
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Posted 19 October 2010 - 12:19 PM

Just a quick comment because I couldn't not. On opening the documents I was amazed to see how similar they were to my Product Management System have just realised that it's because I originally wrote the Quality system for the company you work for. You can't imagine how proud I am that my work still lives on in one form or another.

Quick suggestion though, take the company name off the file front document


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