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As temperatures increase all over the country, OSHA is leaning heavily on the general duty clause to enforce safe practices in the workplace. This article, with the help of ComplyAuto Safety, will give you a step-by-step guide on how to keep your employees healthy, achieve compliance, and stay cool in this heat.
ComplyAuto created a solution to the pervasive issue of salespeople requesting customers to send non-public information (NPI) over text messages, emails, and other insecure methods. Not only is there an exposure to hacking by sending NPI over unencrypted avenues, this information is not in the dealership’s control if the salesperson loses his/her phone, backs up their text messages and photos on a personal cloud-based server, or moves to a different dealership. ComplyCrypt is here to help.
Seven states – Iowa, Indiana, Montana, Tennessee, Texas, Oregon, and Delaware – are adopting or have already adopted their own personal data laws in 2023, bringing the total number of state data privacy laws in the United States to twelve. Violations may result in civil penalties as enforced by the applicable state agencies. The effective dates for each state’s law range from January 2024 to January 2026.