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Lawmakers passed a bill that overturns the ability for jurisdictions to fine alarm companies for false alarms that are triggered by end users.
John Loud explains the concerted efforts by industry stakeholders in helping defeat the spread of a punitive alarm ordinance across the state.
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News How Industry Efforts Toppled Georgia False Alarm Law4.2.21 – SSI - John Loud explains the concerted efforts
After a year of coping with COVID lockdowns and reduced revenues the potential increase in business and individual tax rates may be our next challenge.
Despite new norms around flexible work environments, inclusive work spaces and habits still deserve consideration.
There's no need to quarantine after international travel if you've been vaccinated, the agency says, but you should continue to wear a mask and avoid crowds.
UL has issued a warning related to a specific Cat 5E cable made by Claritronix after discovering the product fails to meet the flammability requirements of UL testing in the United States and Canada.
Equipment, layout, wiring, transmission equipment, service and monitoring need to be tested together to ensure a “system” operates as intended.