Tag Archives: Protective Glazing

Fire Protection and Safety: Industry Discusses Opportunities and Challenges

What happens if one life safety product category compromises another? Code consultant Thom Zaremba raised the question this morning during the National Glass Association’s Glass Conference taking place this week in Miramar Beach, Fla. He made his point amid the … Continue reading

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Safe and Sound

This coming December 12 will mark ten years since the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School. Do you remember how you felt when you heard about that tragedy? Did you hug your kids a little bit closer that night? Ten … Continue reading

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Security Glazing Through the Lens of 9/11

Sunday marks the 15th anniversary of the September 11 attacks on the United States, when the extremist group al-Qaeda carried out a series of terrorist attacks by flying two highjacked commercial airplanes into the World Trade Center buildings and another into … Continue reading

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It Could Happen to You

I was in college in Raleigh, N.C., when Hurricane Fran, a category 3 hurricane struck in 1996. We knew the storm was coming, but perhaps, being so far inland, didn’t think we’d see the devastation that we did. But boy, … Continue reading

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GANA Protective Glazing Committee Looks at Glass and School Safety

Guidelines for security glazing in schools is a topic on the minds of many these days, and members of the Glass Association of North America’s (GANA) protective glazing committee are no exception. Thomas Zaremba, who serves as a Glazing Industry … Continue reading

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