AGSC Working with Law Enforcement
The Auto Glass Safety Council (AGSC) continues to work with the Governor's Highway Safety Association (GHSA) to improve auto glass safety and reduce the impact of automobile crashes.
AGSC recently met with officials of the National Law Enforcement Liaison Program, which was created by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the GHSA.
AGSC Committees Meet at Auto Glass Week™ 2021
The Auto Glass Safety Council (AGSC) board of directors, its National Windshield Repair Division (NWRD) executive committee, and many committees of the organization held meetings during Auto Glass Week 2021 in Orlando, FL in June.
Auto Glass Week™ 2021 Competition Winners Announced
The exciting contests to find the world's best auto glass installation technician, auto glass repair technician, auto glass calibration technician, and auto glass customer service representative came to a close June 9th in Orlando with the announcement of the winners during Auto Glass Week™ 2021.
Call for Committee Volunteers
AGSC has several committees, including two standards committees, which can always use more volunteers.
AGSC Needs Your Pictures
AGSC is looking for photos of how AGSC Registered Member Companies market their AGSC Registration to their customers.
AGSC Releases Educational Videos
The Auto Glass Safety Council (AGSC) released two videos created to assist AGSC Registered Member Companies with marketing to their insurance agents.
Please Welcome New AGSC Registered Member Companies
Seven companies have joined the list of safety-conscious auto glass companies by becoming accredited Registered Member Companies of the prestigious Auto Glass Safety Council™ (AGSC).
Congratulations to These Master Auto Glass Technicians
Several technicians earned or renewed their Auto Glass Safety Council™ (AGSC) Master Auto Glass Technician certifications during the months of May and June. They have become certified at the highest level AGSC offers.
A Review of the Recent Legislative Activity in Several States
by Seth Maiman, AGSC Director of Public Affairs
The Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA) is presently working on drafting regulations to implement the recently passed state law that requires the MVA to promulgate a standard that "meets or exceeds" the Automotive Glass Replacement Safety Standard (AGRSS).
Safety First: Glass Recalls Announced in Several Vehicle Models
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration alerted consumers Monday about safety recalls on windshields and windows in certain vehicle models which require repair as soon as possible.
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