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Commercial Property Checklist

As a commercial property owner, you can help to maintain a better risk management profile for your building by inspecting on a routine basis to ensure everything is in working order and identifying potential issues before they become severe. Covering everything from fire protection to housekeeping, this checklist will help you to perform a comprehensive…

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Clothing Stores and OSHA Violations

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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) tracks and reports their most frequently cited standards within particular industries. The table below looks at violations in the retail clothing industry in 2021, including the type of violation, the OSHA standard cited and the average cost per violation (ACV).   Description of Violation Cited Standard Number ACV*…

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Maryland Passes Paid Family and Medical Leave Law

Maryland’s Time to Care Act (TTCA) establishes a paid family and medical leave (PFML) insurance program. Contributions to the program will start on October 1, 2023. Contribution rates are still to be determined. Those rates will be determined no later than June 1, 2023. Starting in 2025, covered employees may take up to 12 weeks of leave…

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Common Types of Construction Insurance

As contractors, it’s important to understand what types of insurance your business should have and why. You work hard – make sure you’re properly covered for unforeseen circumstances that could harm your business. Check out this list of recommended insurance policies: Workers’ compensation—Workers’ compensation covers work-related employee injuries or illnesses. While injuries are infrequent, they…

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Winterize Vehicles for Storage

As winter approaches, it’s time to think about safely storing your recreational vehicle, classic car, or any other vehicle that won’t be in use, to avoid damage from the harsh weather and roads. By doing so, you can keep your vehicle in good condition for spring. Utilize the following guidance to properly prepare and store…

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