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Furnace leaks - H&S Committee session

Furnace leaks - H&S Committee session

The March 2017 H&S Committee meeting included a well-attended afternoon session on furnace leaks - with Rod Johnson, a former firefighter who now runs TASCOT, providers of bespoke training in tackling furnace leaks. Ahead of the session British Glass gathered and anonymised material about real-life leaks – which was used as the basis for sharing and developing good practice. 

These slides from the meeting are availbale to all British Glass members.

Non-members wishing to fid out more about this session should email Jenni Richards via j.richards@britglass.co.uk

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