NWRA Solicits Industry Feedback on New Break Identification Standard

fotolia_20465627_subscription_monthly_xlThe National Windshield Repair Association™ (NWRA) is soliciting comments on its new draft Standard ANSI/NWRA/BIS 001-2016. The proposed Break Identification Standard (BIS) creates a system for identifying where damage has been repaired on vehicles and covers all types of glass in the car, excluding sunroofs.

“It is going to get easier to document where a break that was repaired was located,” said NWRA president Jeff Reddell. “We are pleased that this standard is just about completed.”

A copy of the proposed standard can be viewed by clicking here.

Those with comments should furnish them by October 2nd to chairperson Keith Beveridge at Keith.Beveridge@novusglass.com, and a copy to jmulligan@nwrassn.org.

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