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|English term or phrase: glass policy|
|Facility Shall have a glass policy.|
Now does this mean that glass materiales on the facility must be insured or that the facility must have a policy on how to deal with glass materials?
Context is an audit on the compliance of pest control requirements. Might sound a bit dumb, but I've seen some pages in which it is used as "set of rules to follow".
yes Ruben, your second guess is right. It's the policy on how to deal with glass materials. Glass material here means anything made of glass, not only drinking glass, but also things like glass bulb/tube (ANYTHING made of glass).
Glass policy is usually applicable in factories and it's just like 'watch and jewellery policy' ie. how to deal with watches and jewelleries in factory or during work. Here's one example of Glass Policy taken from the Sharp Industries General Policy.
1. The lighting at all the factories to be flame proof and shatter proof by October 2000. Only PET sleeved shatter proof tubes to be fitted for all the tube-lights.
2. No glass bulb/tube to be placed near any machinery. Any unwanted glass near the machinery in the form of lighting or any other form should be removed.
3. Remove any glass from the factory that is not required.
4. All remaining glass should be logged and checked on a weekly basis to ensure no breakage has taken place.
5. In case of any incident related to glass, a responsible person must be placed incharge of the clean-up operation to ensure no glass can contaminate any other part of the factory. Any material contaminated must be destroyed.
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