Weber Academy

Saint-Gobain Weber Group is a global leader in the field of research and manufacture of mortar, glues, tile-fixing in the construction sector.

Weber, the worldwide leader in mortar-based solutions with 10,000 people in  61 countries supported by almost 200 production units.

Weber is the brand that cares about building better for people and the planet by offering solutions that deliver sustainability and performance to mortars customers.

Weber products have achieved the European Standard System - European Norm (EN) and the National Standard System (TCVN)

  • All Weber Tile Adhesive products have achieved EN Certificates, TCVN Certificates in accordance with EN 12004:2001 and TCVN 7899 Standard. 
  • All Weber Tile Grout products have achieved EN Certificates, TCVN Certificates in accordance with the EN 13888: 2002 and TCVN 7899 Standard.

Weber is certified as a World Class Manufacturing

Saint-Gobain Formula follows the World Class Manufacturing Programme (WCM) and uses its methods and techniques with the objective of consistently ‘getting it right first time’. By engaging the workforce wastes and losses are systematically reduced and eliminated.

Weber have achieved Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems

Supporting our vision for zero harm for all employees and stakeholders, we are proud to announce we have achieved ISO 45001 Standard in Occupational Health & Safety Management Systems, ensuring our colleagues return home fit and well every day.

Weber Have Passed Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) Test

  • Indoor air quality is closely related to health and well-being. As we tend to spend a large amount of time indoors, breathing air free of harmful pollutants improves the quality of life and lowers the risk of respiratory or chronic diseases.
  • Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) for example, are pollutants emitted by building materials and household products. Exposure to these pollutants is particularly high indoors and can cause health problems such as headaches and breathing problems.
  • Buildings’ designs should include various specifications to improve indoor air quality. Ventilation is essential to always provide clean and fresh outdoor air; although it is necessary to create an air-tight envelope to prevent moisture and mould growth.
  • The use of low-emission products and the practice of active control of indoor pollutants are also effective applications for reducing indoor pollution.