Glass Machinery

If you are going to work in the glass industry, then you will need to know how to keep yourself safe when you’re using glass machinery. Luckily, there are a few tips that will help:

– You should always use gloves when you’re dealing with glass. This is because you might find small bits of glass, and even the larger pieces are liable to break at any time. For this reason, you should make sure that all skin is covered, particularly your hands, as they are what you use to handle the glass.

– Cover your eyes. When you are dealing with glass, your eyes should be covered, as this means that shards won’t fly up into your face.

-Wear hard shoes. If you wear soft shoes, then any glass that falls could cut into your foot and cause a lot of damage – so hard shoes are something that you absolutely must have if you are going to be doing anything that involves carrying glass in any way.

If you have work that needs to be completed and you’re not sure how to use the glass machinery that is on hand, then it is a good idea to get in touch with experts for advice. Luckily, we are here to help – so give us a call and tell us what you need.

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