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What You Must Know in Re-Opening

For everyone reopening........OSHA has a few guidelines of which YOU and your business must be aware....even if you have only one employee. OSHA has required that you have a written program ( if 10 employees or more) on how you and your business is 'going back to work'. What do you have in place to protect your employees on the Covid issue? OSHA has also stated they will be 'auditing' businesses ( citations with fines) for non compliance of this requirement. Why? Because the Covid issue has been determined as a "hazard" in the workplace and it is the law that the employer provide a workplace free from hazards. If you have any questions, just email me or call and I will help! We remained

In Honor of Our Fallen Soldiers

Source: Neilson Marketing Services As a Veteran Owned Business, Delaney Insurance is proud to honor Memorial Day. We'd like to take this opportunity to honor the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military as well as those who continue to serve while protecting the greatest nation in the world. This year Memorial Day weekend will look different for most of us following social-distancing recommendations and with restrictions and limitations remaining in place in public places (beaches, parks) as a result of COVID-19. Yet our American freedom, spirit and perseverance always prevail -- particularly in the face of a crisis. We see this in our first responders, nurses, doctors and

San Bernardino Re-Opening Guidelines

San Bernardino County officials announce that some businesses can re-open on May 8 with May 12 update. Per the County of San Bernarniso publication from SBCounty Together....The following are businesses which were permitted to open on Friday, May 8 while following the necessary health guidelines. These include what Gov. Gavin Newsom has termed "Phase 2" businesses. Phase 1 has involved "essential" businesses, which were never required to be closed. Right now, the early phase of Phase 2 involves “lower risk” workplaces, including but not limited to bookstores, jewelry stores, clothing and shoe stores, home and furnishing stores, sporting goods stores, antique stores, music stores, and florist

Free Fans for Senior San Bernardiino

The heat is rising pretty quickly and this could cause an issue with many households. The high heat might cause extra stress on the elderly who are on a fixed income and cannot utilize their Air Conditioners due to costs. Well, the County has provided some respite with their latest offering to those 65 and over. Here is the exact article published today: With temperatures nearing 100 degrees and our County Cooling Centers closed due to coronavirus restrictions, the Department of Aging and Adult Services (DAAS) is pleased to share that approximately 150 purchased and donated box fans are available for eligible seniors in San Bernardino County. Seniors can call the Adult Protective Services

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