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Becoming a Glass Processing Worker
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Becoming a Glass Processing Worker

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Performs routine tasks in manufacturing glassware such as setting up, adjusting and repairing automatic machines and equipment, and checking weight of glassware.
Training time - No data available -
Avg. weekly wage $825
Employment prospects Moderate
Employment size 3,200

What does a Glass Processing Worker do?

  • sourcing, weighing and mixing raw materials, and loading into machines
  • wrapping products, and filling, labelling and sealing containers by hand and machine
  • storing and stacking finished products, and cleaning machines and work areas
  • inspecting and grading products
  • assembling components and subassemblies for further processing and to make finished products

Specialisations

  • Glass Mould Cleaner

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