Confined Spaces – New Rules

On May 4, 2015, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) published a final rule for work in confined spaces in the construction industry. The final rule mirrors substantive provisions of the current general industry standard, but accounts for specific construction-industry differences. The final rule becomes effective August 3, 2015. The final rule mirrors provisions…

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Delaware Condominiums – Change is on the horizon

Don’t fear, your Ombudsman is here! Meet Chris Curtin. He visited the Sussex County Association of Realtors on Saturday, April 25th and spent over 2 hours answering questions. The room was filled with homeowners and Board members of communities across the county. I think we are going to see some exciting movement come out of…

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Melanoma: Early Detection Can Save Your Life – Laura’s Story

With summer right around the corner, May is a great time to think about Protecting Your Family. One way to protect your family is by gaining awareness about Preventable Diseases. This month Deeley Insurance Group would like to help you Protect Your Family by sharing relevant information on Melanoma, Lyme disease, Diabetes, Strokes & Heart…

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Driver Shortage

I meet with our transportation experts every month to find out what is happening in the transportation industry. I then do additional research via multiple search engines to write blogs that are pertinent to the transportation industry. I have gained a healthy respect for the transportation drivers. My research has concluded that the job can…

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Preventing Fleet Fraud

Fleet fraud is costly. A staged accident or injury claim by an employee can mean expensive payouts and increased insurance premiums, so it is essential that your business take steps to prevent and detect employee fraud. Anti-fraud measures and internal controls can and should be designed and customized for each individual organization based on its…

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