What is the Connelly Act? The asbestos notification rule.

The Connelly Act, not to be confused with the Connally Act,  was established by AB 3713 of 1988 and it is also known as the Asbestos Notification Rule.  AB3713 implemented California Health & Safety Code Section 25915 which requires building owners to disclose to employee’s the existence of ACM in their buildings to the occupants Read more about What is the Connelly Act? The asbestos notification rule.[…]

Who was the Field Act named after?

The Field Act, not to be confused with the Civic Center Act, was enacted on April 30, 1933, by Don Field 30 days following the 6.3 earthquake of Long Beach, California.  The earthquake destroyed more than 230 school buildings.  The Act was intended to make school buildings a safe place for students to learn inside Read more about Who was the Field Act named after?[…]

What code prohibits the use of 15 passenger vans in K-12 school districts?

California Education Code Section 39800.5.  But, let’s make sure that you understand that their use is not completely prohibited. It is only prohibited if you do not hold a Class B license with the Passenger Endorsement.  I stress the word “WITH” here.  So, while they are dangerous and we do not suggest that you operate Read more about What code prohibits the use of 15 passenger vans in K-12 school districts?[…]

Can we use electrical extension cords or flexible cords?

This is a big problem in every organization – there’s never enough outlets. So, what do you do?  That’s right, plug-in 17 extension cords, so you can run your coffee pot, your air freshener, and charge your cell phone, tablet, reading device, key chain photo album and 15 other electronics. Sure you can use them, Read more about Can we use electrical extension cords or flexible cords?[…]