COVID-19: SCDMV extension to CDL and CLP expirations
Updated on June 30, 2020  By Kevin A. Shwedo –  Executive Director, SCDMV   EXTENSIONS TO SCDMV DOCUMENT EXPIRATIONS  The South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles recognizes the importance of intrastate and interstate commercial trucking to the state’s economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. Due to the criticality of the Motor Carrier industry, and in...
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Safety Update – COVID 19
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  AS OF MONDAY 29 June 2020 By Gary Gresh NORTH CAROLINA COVID19 MASK MANDATE: Retail businesses; Restaurants; Personal care, grooming and tattoo parlors; Child care facilities, day camps and overnight camps; State government facilities under the executive branch’s administration; Public transportation, as well as private ride-shares, cabs, vans and shuttles, even if...
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NC Gov. Extends Phase 2 and Issues Mask Requirement – Construction Sector Included
June 24, 2020 Today, Governor Roy Cooper issued Executive Order 147 (Order) which requires face coverings to be worn at various business, manufacturing and other settings. Construction sites are specifically included and will affect our workforce: We recommend reviewing the entire order but draw specific attention to a few areas: 7. In Certain High-Density Occupational Settings Where Social Distancing...
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SC Legislative Update 6/23/20
SC Legislative Update 6/23/20 By Ben Homeyer The Senate convened today to allocate CARES Act funds received from the federal government for issues created by COVID in South Carolina.  The Senate passed a resolution including, but not limited to, the following provisions: Allocations for the unemployment fund; funding for instruction and assessment in education to...
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COVID-19 Update 6.22.20
COVID-19 UPDATE 22 June 2020 By Gary Gresh   North Carolina: At least 49,840 people in North Carolina have tested positive for the virus and 1,197 have died, according to the state health department. The N.C. Department of Health and Human Services on Friday reported an additional 1,652 cases of the virus, up from 1,133reported...
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