Training

Glass appreciation – One-day introduction

A great introduction to glass for anyone whose work is related to the production, design, processing, selling or recycling of glass products. The content provides a broad understanding of glass as a material, its lifecycle, benefits, limitations and possibilities.

Who is it for?

This course is invaluable to anyone whose work is related to the production, design, processing, selling or recycling of glass products.
 

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IOSH Managing safely for the glass industry - Three-day course


This IOSH-accredited course uses glass-specific examples to help managers understand the practical actions they can take to help themselves and their staff work safely.


Who is it for?

The programme is suitable for anyone in a managerial or supervisory role within the glass industry.


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  • British Glass represents the interests of primary glass manufacturers and the glass supply-chain, from raw materials to retail and the end-consumer" credits="n/a" >
  • Modern life would not be possible without glass
    But, what is this amazing substance, where does it come from and how is it made?" credits="n/a" >
  • Find a reputable supplier from our member directory" credits="n/a" >
  • Learn about the different methods of manufacturing glass in our information section" credits="n/a" >
  • Did you know that Glass is 100% recyclable and can be recycled an infinite number of times without loss of quality, strength or functionality?" credits="n/a" >
  • We provide relevant, impartial, and comprehensive advice and information - from leading experts across key legislative areas" credits="n/a" >
  • British Glass represents the interests of primary glass manufacturers and the glass supply-chain, from raw materials to retail and the end-consumer" credits="n/a" >
  • Learn about the amazing material glass" credits="n/a" >
  • British Glass represents the interests of primary glass manufacturers and the glass supply-chain, from raw materials to retail and the end-consumer" credits="n/a" >
  • Our enviromental section goes into more depth on the environmental and energy issues affecting the glass supply chain" credits="n/a" >

 
 

The oldest examples of glass are Egyptian beads dating from 12,000 BC.


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