Clean Beaches Week – July 1-7

July 1st-7th is Clean Beaches Week, a time to celebrate our beautiful beaches and ensure they stay clean, safe, and lovely for generations to come. Get out and celebrate Clean Beaches Week this weekend with tips from National Today! Go to the beach! Head to a beach near you, and have your trip make an…

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FMCSA Delays Electronic Medical Certification Rule

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration recently delayed the compliance dates for part of its medical examiner’s certification integration rule until June 22, 2021. The rule will allow for the electronic transfer of medical examiners’ certificates between the FMCSA, state licensing agencies and the commercial driver’s license information system in an effort to streamline the driver…

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July – UV Safety Month

While some exposure to sunlight can be enjoyable, too much can be dangerous. Overexposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun can result in a painful sunburn and may lead to more serious health problems. This article provided by the US Environmental Protection Agency explains simple steps to protect you and your children from overexposure…

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Delinquent Condo Assessments May Cause Suspension of Common Element Privileges

New Maryland Law effective October 1, 2018, will allow condominium associations to amend their declarations to authorize suspension of common element parking and recreational facilities for unit owners who have delinquent condominium assessments. This law is known as House Bill 575. According to Cowie & Mott, Attorneys at Law, the following must apply in order…

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Cargo Theft

Cargo theft affects businesses across the globe and is recently becoming more of a major threat. Beyond the direct cost of the stolen goods, missing cargo can have far-reaching supply chain implications. Criminals are out to make a fast buck, so any products could be targeted. According to Freight Watch International, in the United States,…

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