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When should you replace your personal protective equipment?
On dangerous or risky job sites, and within certain environments, personal protective equipment (PPE) must be worn at all times. It makes perfect sense, because the gear is designed specifically to mitigate severe or fatal accidents. Helmets, for example, protect the head from falling objects, overhead fixtures, and much more.
Louisiana Association of Business and Industry President and CEO Stephen Waguespack said phasing out the state's inventory and franchise taxes, lowering its income tax and centralizing sales tax collections will be on the organization's wish list for the 2021 regular session, which begins April 12.
The bill would stop cities from enforcing fines on alarm companies for “a false alarm that occurs through no fault” of their own. ... Brookhaven touts success of fining companies for false alarms. A bill could change that. Stephen ...
Arkansas leaders agree, the battle to end robocalls has only just begun. Almost two years after laws went on the books trying to curtail robocalls in Arkansas, the attorney general thinks she's found the culprit standing in her way.... "We have to require these phone companies to stop those robocalls."
“While our members support the idea of eliminating the state individual income tax, the devil’s in the details, and HB 1439 would end up helping some small business owners but raising taxes on specific industries such as manufacturing and farming. In addition, it would increase the cost of doing business in Mississippi by increasing the sales tax on business inputs such as equipment.
SB 619 would also direct the State Board of Education to review apprenticeships and internships to determine if they are eligible for academic credit toward meeting graduation requirements. “The main goal with this bill is to help students be career ready after graduation
Texas House Speaker Dade Phelan revealed the interface between lawmakers and the public may change in light of the governor’s lifting the statewide mask mandate and pandemic-related restrictions on March 10.