IE3 The Week of January 3: Here’s What Happened
Yes, there is an app for that. Paper dispatching should be a thing of the past, but there are still some contractors using this method. Ara Mahdessian of ServiceTitan explains why using an app for dispatching will improve your productivity by streamlining your office. Read it.
OOPS! Accidents happen, but what should you do when they happen in a company vehicle? IE3 has some advice for how to handle these tough situations. Read it.
The 411. Vapor barriers have you confused? If you are, then so are your customers. Thankfully, IE3’s Building Science Expert, Allison Bailes of Energy Vanguard is here to fill you in on what you need to know about vapor barriers. Read it.
Can I do that? Do you sometimes find yourself doing tasks that you’ve never done before and haven’t been trained to do? This could create a dangerous situation. Federated Insurance explains why you need to make sure you are trained before doing a task to ensure no one gets hurt. Read it.
Getting sick in Jersey. Mandatory paid sick leave is becoming a trend in New Jersey municipalities. ACCA’s Hilary Atkins shares information on the latest area to put a law into effect and what contractors in that area need to know and do. Read it.
- ACCA Committees Met In-Person in St. Louis - May 6, 2022
- Attend a Committee Meeting and See What It’s All About! - March 16, 2022
- A Solution to Rising Shipping Fees - January 9, 2022
Posted In: Weekly Update
BECOME AN ACCA MEMBER