NGA Partners With Diamond Glass Companies

The National Glass Association (NGA) is partnering with Diamond Glass Companies to implement a fast-track training program for their technicians that incorporates existing NGA training material and its new online training platform,

Our expectation is that—with the help of the expertise and experience of the NGA — all of our glass technicians will be certified by the second quarter of 2007,” says Charles Turiello, Director of Quality Assurance and Safety for Diamond Glass Companies.Diamond Glass Companies also will form an internal council comprising auto glass industry leaders, including representatives from a leading industry supplier, adhesive manufacturer and auto glass training facility.It will provide the industry with timely updates and innovative advances that will impact auto glass installation safety.

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