PSP encourages compliance in non-life-sustaining-business closure enforcement | News, Sports, Jobs...

Cops & Court Report Mar 24, 2020 State police will assist in the enforcement of the governor’s closure of Non-Life-Sustaining Businesses. Colonel Robert Evanchick, commissioner of the Pennsylvania State Police (PSP), issued the following statement on the agency’s enforcement of Governor Tom Wolf’s order closing physical locations of non-life-sustaining businesses: “The priority of the Pennsylvania…

Christian County Health Department Shuts Down Business for Non-Compliance – wkdzradio.com

Health officials confirmed Tuesday there are no new COVID-19 cases in Christian County with the three people who have tested positive for the virus resting at home in self-isolation. Beth Magraw, chief nursing officer at Jennie Stuart Medical Center, said 30 COVID-19 tests were taken in Christian County Friday. 12 of the 13 tests have…

Edinburg urges business to come into compliance with Work Safe Plans...

Edinburg mayor Richard Molina comments after Edinburg City Council members approved adopting forms to recall each council member during a special meeting at Edinburg City Hall on Friday, May 17, 2019, in Edinburg. (Joel Martinez | jmartinez@themonitor.com) The city of Edinburg is warning businesses that if they don’t comply with its Work Safe Plan they…

Albany Police enforcing non-essential businesses to close their doors to the...

By Darran Todd | March 26, 2020 at 8:04 PM EDT - Updated March 26 at 8:35 PM ALBANY, Ga. (WALB) - With Albany being one of the state’s hotspots for the Coronavirus pandemic, Albany police have created a Compliance Task Force. Albany Police Chief Michael Persley is making sure all non-essential businesses doors are…

Boeing says Washington state move brings U.S. into full WTO compliance

WASHINGTON/SEATTLE (Reuters) - Washington state on Thursday moved to formally repeal an aerospace tax break that benefited U.S. planemaker Boeing and avert looming European Union tariffs on U.S. goods. The Boeing logo is pictured at the Latin American Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition fair (LABACE) at Congonhas Airport in Sao Paulo, Brazil August 14, 2018.…

Hospitals are making protective gear out of office supplies and doctors...

Healthcare workers are rationing their protective equipment, especially in hospitals where treating novel coronavirus patients has become a daily reality.  N95 respirators are the gold-standard for blocking out airborne particles, but widespread demand has caused a global shortage prompting hospitals to conserve their limited supply.Doctors are describing their confusion and anxiety over reusing masks while hospital…

San Francisco’s police department says it will only impose fines or...

The San Francisco Bay Area has ordered its residents to "shelter in place" until April 7 in an attempt to contain the coronavirus outbreak, requiring people stay indoors except for essential tasks like paying a visit to the grocery store. While not complying with the rules will be considered a "misdemeanor" punishable by fines or imprisonment,…

New York governor orders all non-essential workers to stay home from...

Gov. Andrew Cuomo of New York said on Friday that he would sign an executive order mandating nonessential businesses to keep their workers at home starting Sunday evening.The order will exclude pharmacies, grocery stores, and similar businesses.The order also says nonessential gatherings of any size for any reason should be canceled or postponed, the governor…

The best personal loans of 2020

Personal Finance Insider writes about products, strategies, and tips to help you make smart decisions with your money. We may receive a small commission from our partners, but our reporting and recommendations are always independent and objective.Here are the best personal loans right now:Lightstream: Best personal loan for excellent credit scores, best overallSoFi: Best personal…

‘Uncharted territory for us all’: Wealth managers explain how they’re calming...

This story is available exclusively on Business Insider Prime. Join BI Prime and start reading now. Business Insider spoke with more than a half-dozen industry insiders, including executives and wirehouse advisers, about recent client conversations and working remotely as the coronavirus spreads.Wealth advisers and the wider wealth management industry around the US are trying to…

Here are the do’s and don’ts for going outside under the...

As the coronavirus disease continues to spread, governments across the globe are enforcing crackdowns to slow the spread of the virus."Lockdown," "shelter-in-place," and "stay-at-home" are sometimes used interchangeably, but restrictions vary by the nation, state, or city that has issued the order.Typically, places under full lockdowns have stricter restrictions on residents going outside than do…

Embracing the potential of tech in legal, compliance – Compliance Week

The business landscape for all sectors is changing rapidly. Digitalization and the use of Big Data, enhanced technology, profiling tools, and artificial intelligence (AI) are all poised to transform the way that in-house corporate teams function, enabling businesses to achieve process improvements, reduce costs, and obtain a valuable understanding of their customers’ needs. The International…

9 Ways Healthcare Marketers Should Utilize Social Media

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EU: Google Steering More Business To Competitors

This doesn’t happen every day: Google received a compliment from the European Union. The company is steering more price comparison shopping traffic to competitors as a result of a 2017 EU order, Bloomberg reported. In June 2018, only a third of Google Shopping units included a competitor, and only about 6% percent of clicks went…

Compliance norms eased for firms, FM says financial package ‘sooner than...

By: ENS Economic Bureau | New Delhi | Updated: March 25, 2020 6:20:08 am FINANCE Minister Nirmala Sitharaman Tuesday announced a series of regulatory and compliance related relaxations for taxpayers, MSMEs, company directors and bank customers. FINANCE Minister Nirmala Sitharaman Tuesday announced a series of regulatory and compliance related relaxations for taxpayers, MSMEs, company directors…

Essential or non-essential? Stay-at-home orders leave some businesses wondering – VC...

CLOSE An epidemiologist answers the biggest questions she's getting about coronavirus. WochitEditor's note: The Star is making this story free to readers due to public health concerns related to coronavirus. Please consider a digital subscription to The Star so we can continue doing this important work.Stephanie Caldwell, president/CEO of the Ventura Chamber of Commerce, says she's…

The San Francisco Bay Area’s 28,200 homeless are left in limbo...

The San Francisco Bay Area will be directed to "shelter in place" at 12:01 a.m. on Tuesday until April 7 in an attempt to contain the coronavirus outbreak.The order will require residents to remain indoors except for essential travel, like going to get groceries.It will affect about 6.7 million people in the region, but the…

Inside the opaque $6 billion market for renewable energy ‘certificates,’ where...

This story is available exclusively on Business Insider Prime. Join BI Prime and start reading now. Renewable-energy certificates (RECs) are traded like gold or silver and form the backbone of the clean-energy industry.Wind- and solar-power plants produce RECs for each unit of electricity they generate. Without those RECs, you can't technically call that electricity renewable…

Ohio’s attorney general demanded abortion clinics stop providing surgical abortions, calling...

Ohio's attorney general, Dave Yost, demanded all abortion clinics in the state stop performing abortions to comply with a state order against elective medical procedures. Ohio, which has had some of the most aggressive coronavirus-prevention efforts, is also known for some of the most aggressive attempts nationwide to limit access to abortion. "If you or your facility…

A majority of offenders end up back in prison. Here are...

The government has enacted prison reforms, but there's still more to be done for the incarcerated population after release.According to Pew Research, starting in 2007, policymakers initiated bipartisan reforms that reduced the number of people behind bars in many states to protect public safety, improve accountability, and save taxpayer dollars. Yet, the new regulations overlooked…