AGRSS™ AGRSS™ is a Not-For-Profit organization dedicated to safe auto glass installations. 


As the list of shops registered with the Automotive Glass Replacement Safety Standards Council (AGRSS™ ) nears 1000, the organization's board of directors has created a new registered company development committee to focus on membership and member retention. Jean Pero of Migrant Glass has been appointed chair of the new committee, which currently has four council members committed, with invitations to five others.

"The goal of the committee is to pursue registering shops across the United States," said Pero in a phone interview from her office in Denver. "The committee was developed so that we could try to move recruitment and registration even faster and set a goal for increasing registration. We'd like to have as many shops represented across the United States as possible," she said.

Pero indicated that while the committee right now is comprised of members of the Standards Council, non-council members will also be invited to join and she serves as the contact person for interested parties.

The Automotive Glass Replacement Safety Standards Council, Inc., is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the safe replacement of auto glass. AGRSS™ was founded and is supported by companies in the auto glass replacement industry that keep safe installation as their primary goal.

The AGRSS™ standard is an accredited American National Standards Institute (ANSI)-standards development organization. It has developed the world's only auto glass replacement safety standard, the AGRSS™ standard (ANSI/AGRSS™ 002-2002 Automotive Glass Replacement Safety Standard). The AGRSS™ Standard addresses procedures, education and product performance.

For more information, contact the AGRSS™ industry website at or its consumer safety site at