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This issue of the American Window Cleaner magazine opens with the International Window Cleaning Association (IWCA) convention in Las Vegas, Nevada. Publisher Rich Fabry recaptures his time there while elaborating on the seminars, contests, and the zany happenings in LV. Scaffolds and suspended equipment is at the forefront for the remainder of this issue.

Construction Safety Association of Ontario's Rick Koster reviews the regulations for the proposed changes for suspended access equipment. Koster emphasizes the safety scaffolds present as opposed to using a ladder. Scaffold Industry Association's (SIA) Harold Gidish announces what's new at the SIA and mourns the passing of their vice president.

California differs from other states in terms of its window cleaning protections. South Shore Window Maintenance's Vickie Eubanks shares her frustration with Cal-OSHA since they do not recognize controlled descent devices as legitimate. According to Wyndow-Tech's William M. Price, there are two kinds of window cleaners. Read on to find out what they are and see which category you fit in!


  • A former window cleaner shares her personal tips and tricks of the trade
  • Learn what's inside a mantis roof rig and how it works
  • Why you should join the window tinting business
  • Ettore announces a $5,000 college scholarship to children of IWCA members


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