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Auto Glass Association

The Auto Glass Association (AGA) represents all facets of the automotive glass industry and is fuelled by an ongoing and tireless commitment to lifting the standards. We’re a central and independent resource, giving both the industry and vehicle owners access to unbiased information and advice.

Here we answer consumer questions about glass chips, breaks, insurance and standards, and our member search connects you with auto glass technicians around the country who abide by a strict code of practice.

Members and industry stakeholders can access up-to-the-minute technical alerts, OE bulletins, news, materials and membership forms, and are encouraged to register for our online forum

 

 



 

5th December 2017: thank you to all attendees at today's committee meeting. Members interested in learning more about AGA activities this year can contact ally@acpublicrelations.com.au for a copy of the marketing presentation

4th December 2017: The revised automotive glazing replacement standard, the main Australian Standard covering the AGRR industry, has been published. This past week, Standards Australia published AS4739:2017 Direct Glazed Automotive Glass Replacement – Light Vehicles. Outlining current windscreen replacement practices, the document is a better reflection of modern AGRR market than its predecessor.

4th December 2017:the final AGA committee meeting for 2017 will be held in Sydney tomorrow.

25th May 2017: US magazine Consumer Reports embarked on a two year study called "The Truth about Car Insurance", which analysed over 2 billion car insurance price quotes from over 700 companies. The finding are discussed in this CBS news report.  

28th March 2017: The AGA has been looking at the issue surrounding recalibration of ADAS-fitted vehicles once a windscreen replacement has taken place. We have added to this website a copy of the industry code of practice that was developed in the UK by the Thatcham Research Centre, which was formulated by many groups. Please click here for more information.

21st December 2016: The AGA takes pride in keeping members up to date on information for the workplace particularly in regard to safety.  In the members only area of the website you will find an update on the Globally Harmonised System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS) effective 1 January 2017.  Contact the secretariat if you need your log in details: info@autoglass.org.au or call 94982768

1st December 2016: The John S Simpson speech report from the AGA event in October is available for members. Please contact info@autoglass.org.au if you would like a copy

  

30th November 2016: This is AGA marketing manager Ally Cronan's last day as she prepares for the arrival of her new bub. Please direct all enquiries to Jo Valvekens info@autoglass.org.au.

22nd September 2016: Invitations are being sent to auto glass businesses around the country for the AGA industry event to be held in St Kilda, Melbourne, next month. All industry stakeholders are welcome. To learn more pls email ally@acpublicrelations.com.au.

12th September 2016: The next auto glass industry event will be held in St Kilda, Melbourne on Saturday, 22 October. All members and non-members welcome. More info will follow.

4th August 2016: The AGA marketing office will be closed from 5th August, opening again on the 16th August. Please direct all enquiries to the secretariat 02 9498 2768 or info@autoglass.org.au.

11th July 2016: The new RPL for Cert III in Automotive Glazing launches today. Open to all eligible candidates with over three years experience, it presents a faster and simpler way to gain certification as it takes into account your existing skill set and training. Click here for more information or contact info@autoglass.org.au.

4th May 2016: story about the AGA and TAFE NSW Riverina's joint RPL for Certificate III in Auto Glazing Technology appears in Paint & Panel online. See the clipping here.

20th April 2016: in an exciting breakthrough for the auto glass industry, the AGA announced today a new RPL (recognised prior learning) program for Certificate III in Automotive Glazing Technology AUR32216. A joint partnership between TAFE NSW Riverina Institute and the AGA, the new approach to certification acknowledges a technician's existing training and skill-set, which simplifies and expedites the certification process - and means you're not going over old ground. According to TAFE, it's the first program of its kind in Australia.

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