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Codes & Regulations Recorded Webinars

The New DOL Overtime Rule: What You Need to Know The Department of Labor’s Final Rule updating the overtime exemptions goes into effect on January 1, 2020. Under the new rule employers will be required to pay overtime to any salaried employee earning a salary below $684 per week ($35,568 annualized). Learn the key provisions of the new rule; what you need to know; practical tips and how to get your business ready to be compliant. | Speaker: Bryance Metheny, Burr & Forman LLP Price: $0.00 (member); $15.00 (non-member)

Does Your Digital Sign Meet FCC Requirements? Are your customers at risk for fines from the federal government? If you purchase, sell or install digital signs you may be surprised to learn you’re subject to Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regulations regarding radio transmissions. Companies that do not understand these rules can face fines, have imports blocked, or face lengthy investigations. Hear from FCC officials and specialized FCC lawyers to learn how to ensure you and your customers stay out of trouble. Specific topics include testing, marketing, labeling, importation, use restrictions, record keeping — and what to do if the FCC enforcement Bureau sends you a Letter of Inquiry. | Speakers: Leslie Barnes, FCC Enforcement Bureau; Rashmi Doshi, FCC Office of Engineering and Technology; Paul Margie, Harris, Wiltshire & Grannis LLP; Rob Carter, Harris, Wiltshire & Grannis LLP; and Jason Neal, Harris, Wiltshire & Grannis LLP | Price: $0.00 (members only)

Protect Your Business: Why You Need Key Person Insurance Ever wonder what would happen to your business if something happened to you or a key employee? Key person insurance can help protect your company and is a critically important part of business continuity planning. Interestingly, it is often the most overlooked type of business insurance. Learn why key person insurance is so important, the reasons your business should consider it and the questions to ask. | Speaker: Paul J. Phelan, CFP®, Practice Leader and Principal, Early, Cassidy & Schilling, LLC | Price: $0.00 (member); $15.00 (non-member)

Sign Code Town Hall 2018 The sign, graphics and visual communications industry faces burdensome regulations from all levels of government, many of which cause confusion and frustration among sign shop employees. To help guide you through some of the more common sign code issues and misunderstandings hear from sign industry professional as they discuss these topics. | Price: $0.00 (member); $15.00 (non-member)

Understanding the New Tax Law & How it Impacts Your Business The new $1.5 trillion tax law represents the biggest change to the tax code in a generation, and there are opportunities and challenges for the sign, graphics and visual communications industry. Certain tax rates have changed, existing deductions and other provisions have been eliminated, and some tax benefits have been enhanced and created. Learn what this means for you and your sign, graphics and visual communications business. | Speakers: David Lieberman from Webster, Chamberlain & Bean and David Hickey, ISA | Price: $0.00 (member); $15.00 (non-member)

OSHA Regulations

Don’t Fall Behind! How to Comply with OSHA’s Walking-Working Surfaces and Fall Protection Standards Falls are the most common cause of serious workplace injuries. In an effort to better protect employees from slips, trips and falls and reduce hazards and injuries in the workplace or on the job OSHA has updated their standards for Walking-Working Surfaces and Fall Protection to align general industry and construction. Like all federal regulations, there are potential penalties for non-compliance. Join ISA’s Kenny Peskin and OSHA staff to learn about the standards, how they can affect your business and how to get into compliance. | Speakers: Kenny Peskin, ISA; OSHA staff | Price: $0.00 (members only)

OSHA Silica Regulations Impact Sign Companies OSHA’s new silica standard for silica dust expose went into effect on September 23, 2017. Like all federal regulations, there are potential penalties for non-compliance. With this rule, there are new standards for sign contractors who engage in activities that create silica dust such as by cutting, grinding or blasting materials like concrete, stone and brick. This stricter standard for employers is intended to prevent how much of that harmful dust workers inhale. Join ISA’s Kenny Peskin and OSHA staff to learn about the new standards, how they can impact your business, the new rules you will need to put in place and how to get into compliance. | Price: $0.00 (members only)

OSHA Crane Operator Certification

Crane Operator Evaluations - Explaining the New Employer Requirements In February 2019, OSHA's rule took effect, mandating employers evaluate the qualification of their crane operators on each piece of equipment. Compliance with this requirement will have paperwork/recordkeeping impacts, as well as on the work scheduling of a sign company's most experienced operators. Violations of this new regulation could result in significant fines and grounding of your equipment. Learn how this rule will affect sign company owners and shop employees. | Speakers: Kenny Peskin, ISA | Price: $0.00 (member); $15.00 (non-member)

Crane Operator Certification: Are You OSHA Compliant and Ready for the Deadline? Recorded Webinar OSHA's new crane regulations take effect on December 9, 2018. Are you and your company ready? Even if you think you understand the certification requirements, you may have more to learn about the employer requirements to ensure competency. As recently as May 21, 2018 OSHA has amended and clarified crane operator documentation and recordkeeping requirements. This webinar will provide you the information you need to remain in full compliance with the law by discussing: OSHA rule/requirements for cranes; Employer responsibility; OSHA training/certification requirements; OSHA increased citation fines and penalties. | Speaker: Kenny Peskin, ISA | Price: $0.00 (member); $15.00 (non-member)

OSHA Crane Operator Certification Update: What You Need to Know Even if you think you understand the certification requirements, you may have more to learn about the employer requirements to ensure competency. As recently as May 21, 2018 OSHA has amended and clarified crane operator documentation and recordkeeping requirements.  Learn what you need to know to remain in full compliance with the law including: OSHA rule/requirements for cranes; employer responsibility; OSHA training/certification requirements; and OSHA increased citation fines and penalties. | Speakers: Kenny Peskin, ISA; Kyle Biancardi, Cranes 101 and Jay Strum, Cranes 101 | Price: $0.00 (member); $15.00 (non-member)

OSHA Crane Operator Certification – Are You Ready? If you employ crane operators or work in, with, or around cranes you need to be prepared for OSHA's mandatory rule that all mobile crane operators be certified by November 10, 2018. This webinar will help you navigate your options to ensure you are, and remain, in full compliance with the law. | Speakers: Kyle Biancardi, Cranes 101 and Kenny Peskin, ISA | Price: $0.00 (member); $15.00 (non-member)


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