OSHA: New COVID Guidance
U.S. Department of Labor issues updated guidance on protecting unvaccinated and other at-risk workers from the coronavirus  WASHINGTON, DC – The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health  Administration today issued updated guidance to help employers protect workers from the  coronavirus. The updated guidance reflects developments in science and data, including the  Centers for...
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Important Info on New Stimulus Bill
Information below provided by CRMCA Accounting Firm – BGW: Over the weekend, the Senate passed its version of another coronavirus relief package, slightly modifying the House package that passed last week. The Senate bill contains provisions for both businesses and individuals. Most notable are: Stimulus checksA third round of stimulus payments is coming but will phase out...
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NRMCA Update Ongoing Efforts & Announcements from OSHA Workplace Mtg
Moments ago, in following with President Biden’s January 21, 2021 “Executive Order on Protecting Worker Health and Safety”, OSHA released new/updated guidance on “Mitigating and Preventing the Spread of COVID-19 in the Workplace”. While the new guidance is really just a retelling of what is already expected from previous OSHA COVID-19 guidance, it does contain...
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SCDHEC Asks Businesses to Fill Out Vaccine Survey for 1b Rollout
SCDHEC Asks Businesses to Fill Out Vaccine Survey for 1b Rollout The SC Department of Health and Environment Control (DHEC) released information on the Phase 1b vaccination plan and asked South Carolina businesses to fill out a survey to determine how many frontline essential workers are eligible for the vaccine within the Phase 1b category. Phase 1b will include...
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Notification of M&T Assessments, Sampling, and Audit Delays – Due to COVID 19
NCDOT notified CRMCA today of new temporary delays in producer and manufacturers assessments, audits, and sampling due to the rise in COVID infections.  This delay is effective immediately until February 16th, 2021.  Field assessments conducted outdoors can continue unless the assessor or person being assessed feels uncomfortable.  We’ve (NCDOT) been debating this for a few...
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