This article will review the adhesives and processes that are used in manufacturing safety glass. Functional requirements for the adhesive system will be identified. Conventional as well as newly developed technologies will be explored. Laminated glass or “safety glass” is manufactured from two or more panes of glass and one or more adhesive films. It is widely used in automotive and architectural products. The primary function of laminated glass is to protect personnel from pieces of glass in case of glass breakage. Polyvinyl butyral adhesives have been historically used for this purpose, but several newer adhesives have been suggested for more efficient manufacturing and to provide additional value.