Keeping Up to Date with Legislation Surrounding COVID-19 Regulations

NSCA’s Legislation Tracker keeps users up-to-date on information about state, county, and city COVID-19 regulations during the crisis.

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Keeping Up to Date with Legislation Surrounding COVID-19 Regulations

As part of their Business Continuity Portal, the National Systems Contractors Association (NSCA) has launched a new tool to help integrators nationwide track legislation surrounding Coronavirus and COVID-19 regulations.

“In addition to the U.S. Federal Government passing laws aimed at providing aid to businesses challenged by the COVID-19 crisis, there are regulations being passed at local levels that impact integration firms,” the NSCA says on their website.

The tool — which was extent on the organization’s site prior to the outbreak and was used to track legislation which affected pro AV integration firms in general — features an interactive map of the United States that users may click on individual states to see their current COVID-19 regulations.

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According to the map as of April 16th, there are over 120 Coronavirus-related bills throughout the United States which impact pro AV integration firms in some way.

The states with the most bills circulating include: California, Massachusetts, Illinois, New Jersey, New York, Maryland, and Pennsylvania.

The issues these bills cover affect many aspects of running a business, from sick time extensions to available relief monies; the waiving of certain work requirements and, in contrast, the procurement of additional regulations in some high-risk circumstances.

Start tracking COVID-19 regulations in your state here.