Title: Factory Guideline

Item 1.0 Ref 1.00 Task for All Sections 1.01 Proper handling of glasses must be observed to avoid accident and damage of materials. Refer to WAE glass handling guidelines for more specific details. All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All All Task Description Related Documents Section

1.02 Appropriate gloves should be used in handling glasses No glass is allowed to be processed without job card unless otherwise instructed by the production or the operations manager. All job orders must be reviewed properly as soon as it was received from the office in order to raise any question and 1.04 possible difficulties as early as possible. All job orders must be reviewed properly in advance in order to raise possible shortage or unavailability of materials or 1.05 machine parts such as drill bits, grinding belts, etc. All job orders must be reviewed properly in advance and raise any requirement that may be needed from the customer 1.06 such as U-channels, templates, shutter frames, etc. 1.03 Material's stock must be regularly checked and updated with store keeper to avoid future difficulties or peoblems. 1.07 Immediately raise to the production manager any possible shortage of materials. (Example: silicone for double glazing, PVB for Lamination, paint for screen printing, etc.) All production, quality, maintenance, safety, management instructions or guidelines released in a form of letters, memos or guideline must be strictly followed. The working area must be maintained clean all the time. Daily cleaning of machineries and working area must be done 1.09 within 20mins from the start of each shift. Do not mix glasses in an A-frame / trolley. It is very important not to mix good glasses with rejected glasses in one A1.10 frame or trolley. 1.08 1.11 Fix a sign at the front of each A-frame / trolley indicating what are the glasses stacked on that A-frame. All necessary information must be mentioned such as job order number, customer name, glass type, date of production, etc.

1.12 Each glass must have proper sticker or label fixed on it. 1.13 Each glass must be separated by cork pads. There must be enough cork pads affixed on the glass. Each cork pads should be separated around 500mm apart.

1.14 Used cork pads should be collected and recycled. 1.15 1.16 In transporting A-frames or trolleys containing glasses, the glasses should be tightened by belts. The glasses should not be moving while in transport. Transporting glasses stacked in an A-frame or trolleys should be done slowly and carefully. Do not stack too many glasses in an A-frame or trolley. Always maintain the weight of the glasses in an A-frame to maximum 2.2 Tons. All A-frames or trolleys must be ready prior to processing in order to avoid production stop due to unavailability of Aframes or trolleys. During production, if the A-frame wherein the finished product are being stacked are nearly full, there must be a new empty A-frame or trolley available near the fully loaded A-frame to replace it immediately. It should not take a long time to replace a new A-frame or trolley. Glasses which are planned to be processed should be placed near the loading area of the process. There must be no production stop due to the arranging of the glasses to be processed once the production starts. All section must secure signature from the responsible personnel of the succeeding section upon their receipt of the finished glasses as a proof that they received that particular number of glasses to avoid loss of glasses.

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Laborers are not allowed to leave their respective areas without the approval of their section leader. Only one person at a time is allowed to leave their station. The start of the shift is 7:00 AM for day and 7:00 PM at night. The workers and foremen must be on their respective 1.21 section at the start of their shift sharp. At the end of each shift, the workers are not allowed to leave their respective stations until the end of shift has been 1.22 reached. The production must not stop until the shift is finish. 1.23 Labors are not allowed to carry any electronic devices inside the factory such as mobile phones, radio, ear phones, etc. No production stop is allowed without the approval of the production manager or the operations manager. Anything that 1.24 may affect productivity such as testings, machine checking, etc. should not be done without the approval of the production manager. 1.25 All machineries ahould be handled, used and operated as per the machine guideline or operating procedures. In case of encountering machine / equipment problem or breakdown, the leader of the line (foreman) must immediately prepare a repairing request to be submitted to the production manager and the maintenance manager. Always wear appropriate personal protective equipmets (PPE) such as safety shoes, gloves, safety helmet, arm pad, goggles, etc. The worker must wear the PPE properly. Incorrect way of using the PPE is subject for disciplinary action.

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All glasses being produced must be within the specified criteria. WAE is issuing an in-house quality criteria relevant to the inductry standard or the project specification. Rejected glasses which are to be claimed to the supplier should be separated and managed properly. Each rejected 1.29 glasses should be reported and must have the QC rejection label. The A-frame / trolley containing the rejected glasses should be properly labeled.

01 Glass sheets planned for production must be arranged and prepared in advance prior to processing.31 must have the QC rejection label. Each rejected glasses should be reported and must have the QC rejection label.0 Any glass for re-work such as scratch removing. Always check the cutting quality (Dimension. The A-frame / trolley containing the rejected glasses should be properly labeled. thickness.01 3. must not be done without the approval of the QC engineers and the production manager.Title: Factory Guideline Item Ref Task Description Rejected glasses for re-work should be separated and managed properly.00 Storage Section (Glass and Other Materials) 2. Cutting Process 2. etc. It is very important that any nonconformances or rejections should be spotted immediately to avoid further processing of defected glasses. Each rejected glasses should be reported and 1. Arranging of glass sheets must not be a reason for production stop since this has to be arranged ahead of time.00 Cutting Process (Manual and Computer Cutting) 3.32 2.30 All Rejected glasses for disposal should be separated and managed properly.02 . All All 2. etc.0 3. Related Documents Section 1. No glass is allowed to be disposed without securing approval from the QC engineers and the production manager. 1. The A-frame / trolley containing the rejected glasses should be properly labeled.). edge quality.02 Cutting Process 3. IGU opening.

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