What is Going on in Washington? A Legislative & Regulatory Update
Now more than ever, government affairs are impacting the cleaning industry. In 2020, the impact of government in the United States—at the federal, state, and local levels—on the cleaning industry became increasing apparent due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Questions such as “am I essential?” and “How can I get a PPP loan?” became commonplace. As the spotlight on the cleaning industry increased during the pandemic so has the visibility and interest from policymakers and regulators.
Join us for a free, 90 minute webinar to get the “inside scoop” about what is going on in Washington, D.C. on the top issues facing the cleaning industry such as:
- Tariff relief
- A healthy and safe workplaces tax credit
- New U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations
- Immigration reform
- Labor issues.
Participants will engage in an interactive session that will allow for the opportunity to network with fellow attendees and apply their learnings from the session in a meaningful way.
This webinar is the first in the ISSA Show Webinar Series, where you will discover best practices and trends in 2021 leading up to the return of the cleaning industry’s premier live event, ISSA Show North America, which takes place in-person November 15-18, in Las Vegas. Webinar registration takes place on the ISSA Show website but you do not need a show registration to attend the webinars.
ISSA General Counsel
ISSA Director of Government Affairs
DC Legislative & Regulatory Services Executive Vice President
June 8 2021, 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
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Now more than ever, government affairs are impacting the cleaning industry. In 2020, the impact of government in the United States—at the … full detail