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GlassGuard® issues safer lighting awareness packs to food manufacturers

21 November 2014

Following the recent publication of the Guide to Lighting Best Practice by BRC Global Standards, GlassGuard® has produced a multilingual safer lighting awareness pack for food manufacturers.

Aimed at technical and commercial managers at food manufacturing companies and professionals such as lighting designers,architects and specifiers, the awareness packs will contain electronic copies of the BRC Guide to Lighting Best Practice along with GlassGuard®’s own CPD training module: An Introduction to Fragment Retention Lamps.

The awareness pack will also contain two sample GlassGuard BlackBand® 8w T5 fluorescent tubes, one of which is broken in order to visibly demonstrate the effectiveness of a fragment retention coating on a glass fluorescent tube.

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