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April 7, 2020
From the NGA Free Online Courses: How to Protect Yourself and Your Workforce Against Coronavirus
NGA is providing two free online courses on how to protect yourself and your workforce against the coronavirus through

CARES Act: Small Business Loan Options 
To assist businesses during the COVID-19 crisis, there are two intriguing Small Business Administration loan programs that are part of the new CARES Act signed into law on March 27, 2020.
POLL: What do you need most?
To help NGA prioritize the resources we are writing and compiling to help the industry respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, please tell us what is most important to you this week. Please respond by Friday, April 10.

COVID-19 Resources
Project Continuity Plans in the Era of COVID-19: Best Practices
First Look at the CARES Act
Map of Essential Construction Mandates
COVID-19 News
OSHA Issues Guidance on Respiratory Protection
Binswanger Glass Installs Glass Guards for Essential Businesses
Co-operation Negotiations in Glaston's Finnish Units End
Former AGC Glass Europe CEO Philippe Bodson Dies of COVID-19
COVID-19 #NGAalerts
Industry News
FeneTech Plans Free Virtual User Conference
Dodge Momentum Index Eases Back in March
Non-COVID-19 News You Might Have Missed
Product Spotlight
Super Spacer® TriSeal For High-Performance Commercial IG
Super Spacer® TriSeal™ from Quanex is the premium choice for commercial and architectural insulating glass needs, including silicone structural glazing. With its unique triple-seal design incorporating an inner acrylic adhesive seal for immediate unit handling, a polyisobutylene primary seal for enhanced gas retention and low moisture vapor transmission, and an outer silicone seal for proven structural strength and superior durability, TriSeal is trusted the world over for the most demanding commercial glass applications. 
Phone: 800-233-4383 
Same Work, Different Office-mates
By Tom O'Malley
As we all are dealing with the unknown of COVID-19 we are also dealing with the unfamiliarity of our current working situation. I think we can all say it is not as easy or fun as it may seem. It is even harder when you may have your kids, spouse or roommates home with you. 
From the Fabricator: Remembering the Positivity
By Max Perilstein
BEC was a little over a month ago and I never in my wildest dreams would’ve thought we’d be where we are at right now. The reason I bring up BEC is because the positivity and the focus there is something we can’t lose sight of. We have brilliant people and companies in our industry and we have an incredible desire to succeed and overcome. 
VIDEO: Industry Perspective: Glass Industry Voices Respond to COVID-19
Where do we want to be when this pandemic is over? Why is industry unity essential during difficult times? How can companies train and prepare for what’s next? Hear what industry leaders have to say in Glass Magazine and NGA’s ongoing Industry Perspectives video series. 

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