Regulations

More than 3 million businesses of all sizes (including NAFEM) count on membership in the U.S. Chamber of Commerce to advance the perspective of business in Washington, D.C.

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The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Issued a request for information (RFI) on the lockout/tagout controls of hazardous energy via the Federal Register.

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Twelve cities and counties in California, along with Chicago and Cook County in Illinois, Washington, D.C., Oregon and New Jersey increased their minimum wages effective July 1.

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Restaurant buyers, commercial kitchens, health departments and others across the U.S, Europe and in other global markets, often require equipment that is NSF International certified. So, what is NSF and how are its standards developed?

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California Assembly Bill 161, if approved, would prohibit businesses from automatically providing consumers with paper receipts after Jan. 1, 2024.

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The Small Business Administration’s Office of Advocacy has added four, new regulatory reform roundtables to hear directly from small businesses about regulations that are overly burdensome and learn about other concerns.

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President Trump “indefinitely suspended” previously announced plans to implement tariffs on all imports from Mexico. In turn, Mexico agreed to take further measures to reduce migration from Central American asylum seekers – largely from El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras – who travel through Mexico on their way to the U.S.

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Mexico has eliminated exceptions to its Normas Oficiales Mexicanas (NOMs), or official standards, effective June 3.

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Participate in NAFEM’s Data Protocol Subcommittee and Technical Liasion Committee meetings taking place May 20.  RSVP and suggest discussion topics by Monday, May 6 to Natalie Jarvis.

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