ASA is urging its members to send a letter to their senators to oppose a Cash for Clunkers program in the next COVID-19 economic stimulus legislation.
As the country opens up and starts a new normal way of life, collision repairers need a plan to re-engage with their employees, insurance partners, customers and communities.
Dozens of AASP/NJ members logged on to Zoom for “COVID-19 – What’s Your Game Plan? Return to Work Safely Strategy!”
As the COVID-19 pandemic hit the U.S. in March, Maaco Collision Repair and Auto Painting implemented a three-stage strategy for dealing with the crisis and helping its franchisees plan for the future.
With your new pandemic practices in place, it may be time to review and update your emergency plans as necessary.
Online estimates, vehicle pickup or delivery, and increased sanitization are just a few enhancements CARSTAR owners have made during the pandemic.
OSHA recently issued an Enforcement Memorandum that announced COVID-19 is a recordable illness and employers are responsible for recording cases of COVID-19
As COVID-19 began spreading across the nation in March, the CIF Board of Trustees created a special fund to help those affected by the pandemic.
OSHA has announced that they will be increasing in-person inspections in areas where the risk of transmitting COVID-19 is lower.
Titled “Navigating the Future with COVID-19,” the webinar will take place July 1, 2020 at 2 p.m. EDT.
Uni-Select Inc. announced that their April and May sales were better than expected due to action steps taken in response to COVID-19.