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By Charles H. Drummond III
This ebook presents a cutting-edge number of papers offered on the 67th convention on Glass difficulties on the Ohio country collage, October 31-November 1, 2006.
offers a state of the art number of fresh papers on glass difficulties as offered on the 67th convention on Glass Problems.
Sections on furnaces, refractories, uncooked fabrics, and environmental matters are incorporated.
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INTRODUCTION ITP is the sole DOE program focused on reducing industrial energy demand. ITP has been engaged in reducing industrial energy consumption through the development of advanced technologies since the late 1970s. Of particular interest to the glass industry was work sponsored by ITP (then known as the Office of Industrial Programs) in oxy-fuel combustion during the 1980s. which helped the eventual commercial development ofthis technology which is non used extensively throughout the glass industry.
The bottom line is helping employee$ through the new changes and seeing the result of good work practices that will result in lower injnries. SAFETY CULTIJRE Today’s emphasis i s on the safety culture. Safety culture is not primarily about safely, it is about “how wc do things in general”. It is the tradition in which we are all taught our jobs, our routines. Most workers cannot tell you why they do things the way they do. They just know they have been doing it like this for years and no one has gotten hurt.
From top management down to the journeymen, everyone must take an active interest and participate in making the workplace safe. Commitment to words spoken, not just giving lip service, of providing safe working conditions and training is the best investment a company can give itself. Commitment to safety starts at the top and everyone must be involved. Take time for safety. It does make a difference. 67th Conference on Glass Problems . 25 ELIMINATION OF HEAT STRESS IN THE GLASS MANUFACTURING ENVIRONMENT Pat Pride PPG Industries, Inc.