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5
Mar

Effective Anti-Theft Strategies to Combat Theft in the Cannabis Industry

In recent times, cannabis businesses have faced a range of theft incidents, from high-tech burglaries targeting cultivation facilities to internal theft by employees exploiting system weaknesses. These scenarios underscore the critical need for comprehensive security strategies. Here, you’ll find effective strategies for preventing theft in cannabis facilities and securing your business from potential losses. Theft Scenarios In California, cannabis dispensaries

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27
Sep

Employee Retention Credits

Bottom Line is assisting our clients with various forms of government aid, in particular the Employee Retention Credit Program (ERC), which was part of the March 2021 legislation of the American Rescue Plan Act that revised the original ERC Program included in the CARES Actof May 2020, where an employer had to choose between Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and ERC.

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21
Sep

CALSAVERS AND 401K INFORMATION NINE POINT

Did you know as California employer with 5 employees or more will have to offer a qualified  retirement program or need to enroll in CalSavers? The deadline for this is June 30th! This  law is also required by any Marijuana Related Business.  CalSavers is required for any company that does not offer a retirement benefit. The good  news is that

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22
Feb

Cargo Coverage for Cannabis Businesses

Protect Your Goods in Transit What Is Cargo Coverage? Cargo Coverage protects your goods and property in transit in case of an incident. This insurance policy pays cash value for lost or damaged cargo, inventory and cash, providing peace of mind to you and your business. When Should You Consider Buying Cargo Insurance? Whenever you have high-valued goods in transit,

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14
Jan

INJURY AND ILLNESS PREVENTION PROGRAM EVALUATION

Date: Review conducted by:Injury and illness prevention programs are a powerful tool for reducing job-related injuries, illnesses and fatalities. Use this checklist to assess your program and ensure you’re doing everything you can to keep your workers healthy. MANAGEMENT LEADERSHIP Do you establish clear health and safety goals for the program? Yes No Do you define the actions needed to

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2
Jan

DELIVERY DRIVER SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

Date: Review Conducted by: BEFORE ARRIVING AT DELIVERY SITE: Familiarize yourself with the neighborhood and find other truck-friendly alternative routes such as side streets and back alleys to avoid heavy traffic. Avoid areas that have restricted parking regulations and one-way streets. Contact the delivery site before you arrive to let them know your ETA. They might be able to give

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13
Dec

What’s Driving Your Mod?

A mod analysis can provide priceless insight into your business operations and workers’ compensation losses. If you have a basic comprehension of how a mod is calculated, you can make use of a few simple equations to gain a deeper understanding of the factors affecting your number. Determination of the minimum mod The minimum mod, or the loss-free rating, is

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3
Dec

The Building Blocks of a Safe Workplace

Creating a comprehensive safety culture is the number-one way to reduce injuries and illnesses, and their associated costs. But building such a culture is not a “flavor of the month” program or an overnight process. Instead, it is a multi-year, top-management commitment that creates an organization with low accident rates, low absenteeism, low turnover, and high productivity. This is a

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28
Nov

Defensive Driving Techniques

You may recognize the term “defensive driving,” but do you really know what it means? Defensive driving is vital for preventing injury on the job. Let’s take a look at the definition of driving defensively and talk about techniques for staying safe. What is Defensive Driving? Defensive driving means anticipating dangerous situations by accounting for the actions of others and

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22
Nov

Creating a Strong Safety Culture

According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), a strong safety culture has the single greatest impact on accident reduction of any workplace practice. This is why creating a safety culture should be prioritized by the managers and supervisors at your organization. Safety Culture A safety culture consists of shared beliefs, mind-sets, and practices at an organization that form

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