A number of auto glass technicians passed the Auto Glass Safety Council™’s (AGSC) Master Auto Glass Technician certification exam during the month of August. The exam is an online test consisting of 70 multiple choice questions.
Those who apply to become Master Auto Glass Technicians must have experience and knowledge in: OSHA-required employee safety regulations; conducting all installations according to the current ANSI/AGSC/AGRSS™ Standard; intermediate-level automotive electrical testing and troubleshooting procedures and equipment; OEM sunroof repair and replacement techniques; advanced wind noise and water leak diagnosis and repair; and current standards and regulations that apply to the auto glass industry. To be eligible for this exam, technicians must also have 3+ years in the auto glass industry, hold an unexpired General Auto Glass Technician certificate, and be an employee of an AGSC Registered Member Company.
The following technicians passed the Master exam during the month of August. Please welcome these Masters.
New Master Technicians:
- Marc Montroy, Jack Morris Auto Glass, Memphis, Tenn.; and
- Klint Nadeau, City Auto Glass, South St. Paul, Minn.
Master Technician Renewals:
- Paul Apodaca, Arapahoe Glass, Littleton, Colo.;
- Joe Bagwell, Jack Morris Auto Glass, Memphis, Tenn.;
- Jim Hayes, Arapahoe Glass, Littleton, Colo.;
- Ricky Kloss, Jack Morris Auto Glass, Memphis, Tenn.;
- Andrew Langley, Jack Morris Auto Glass, Memphis, Tenn.;
- Michael Mehrkens, Cannon Valley Auto Glass, Cannon Falls, Minn.;
- Thomas Partch, City Auto Glass, South St. Paul, Minn.; and
- Peter Reed, Windshield Centers, Woburn, Mass.