Purpose

the condition of glass and

Definition:

Glass and hard plastic: All glass and hard plastic objects that pose a potential of being broken and entering the

Implementation:

The objects are recorded in (glass list). Check the objects and

Actions by abnormalities:

Immediate action must be taken in cases of broken or damaged objects that pose an immediate of product . Naturally, this also applies to situations in which the of the is endangered. 

The actions can include:

  • The quarantine of and the room. 
  • The destruction of products.
  • Implementation of emergency repairs. 

The actions depend on the abnormality.
If there is no immediate risk, repairs must be scheduled. It may be necessary to perform an emergency repair. 
Record all taken.


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