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Top 5 Considerations When Implementing Temperature Screening Technology Human Temperature Screening solutions will be critical in outlining a new normal to keep people safe and reduce business risk and liabilities. By Rich Mellot Sep 18, 2020 The COVID-19 pandemic has posed ongoing challenges for various industries, but it has also kindled an incredible …

The Tennessee Valley Authority announced Wednesday that is providing incentives to businesses and schools to install UV-C germicidal lights that remove viruses, like COVID-19, and bacteria from indoor air.  “As the largest public power provider in America, a key focus for TVA is helping to keep our children and the public safe by supporting technologies …

The Internal Revenue Service on May 28, 2020, introduced proposed regulations detailing how companies can qualify for carbon capture tax credits under Section 45Q of the Internal Revenue Code. The proposed regulations reflect the response by the IRS and U.S. Department of the Treasury to these agencies’ May 2019 request for comments on a credit …

Tesla is negotiating terms of a possible incentives deal with Travis County that could bring the electric car maker’s next U.S. assembly plant — and thousands of jobs — to Austin, the American-Statesman has learned. The Travis County Commissioners Court is scheduled to discuss the terms of the potential incentives deal in an executive session …

How Today’s Technology is Enabling the Next Generation of Electrical LOTO Electrical LOTO programs are important for any safety program. By Rachel Bugaris Mar 01, 2020 As we enter a new decade, lockout tagout (LOTO) will remain a mainstay of any safety program. However, as standards and regulations evolve, so must a company’s …

In this highly partisan political moment, there’s one issue that nearly every American can agree on: Our health care system is a mess and in need of dramatic overhaul. That’s not just because it is absurdly expensive compared with the systems of other developed countries. It’s also because it is so dauntingly complex. That complexity, …