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ASA Coronavirus COVID-19 RESOURCES
ASA Resources to help you protect your companies, employees & families during the COVID-19 Outbreak:
FREE WEBINAR FOR ASA MIDWEST COUNCIL MEMBERS!
Reset 2020| Techniques and Solutions to Maneuver through Economic Constriction
- How to Right Size Your Construction Company to Market Conditions
- “What If” Scenario – Forecasting & Planning
- Risk Transfer Amidst Force Majeure
- Questions & Answers
Thursday, May 7, 2020
Noon to 1:30 p.m. Central Time
Interactive Online Education Webinar
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER AND JOIN THE WEBINAR
ASA SUMMARY MO STATEWIDE STAY AT HOME ORDER EFFECTIVE 4.6.20 (key points of interest to subcontractors)
MISSOURI_s stay at home order-CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD
MO STATEWIDE STAY AT HOME ORDER EFFECTIVE 4.6.20.
ASA SUMMARY SBA CARES LOAN PROGRAMS
ASA SBA CARES Loan Programs-CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD
ASA SUMMARY OF CARES ACT-Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act
On March 25, 2020, the Senate passed the $2.2 trillion Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act unanimously (96-0). The House passed the CARES Act on Friday, March 27, 2020 by a vote of 419-6 and the legislation was immediately signed into law by President Trump. The CARES Act is the third economic stimulus package passed by Congress in response to the outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19) and its size and scope makes it the largest stimulus package in U.S. History. Highlights of the CARES Act include:
- $500 billion for loans and assistance to companies and state and local governments, including $29 billion for loans to U.S. airlines and related businesses.
- $349 billion in low-interest small business loans that could be partially forgiven
- Payments of as much as $1,200 for individual taxpayers, and $500 per child, phased out when incomes exceed $75,000 for individuals and $150,000 for couples filing jointly.
- An additional $600 per week for those receiving unemployment benefits.
The CARES ACT-Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act
CISC COVID-19 EXPOSURE, PREVENTION, PREPAREDNESS, RESPONSE PLAN
CISC COVID-19 Exposure Prevention Preparedness and Response Plan_
Department of Labor SUMMARY of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act
OSHA GUIDE TO PREPARE WORKPLACE
ASA COVID-19 RESOURCE GUIDE
ASA_COVID_19_Resource_Guide-CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD
ASA EMPLOYER GUIDE
ASA Employer Guide – Things to Consider (Covid-19)
ASA SAMPLE LETTERS
COVID-19 Healthcare Planning Checklist
COVID-19 Healthcare Planning Checklist
CDC GUIDANCE FOR BUSINESS PREPAREDNESS
CLICK LINK FOR SLIDES FROM 3.19.20. ASA WEBINAR Practical Considerations for Dealing with COVID-19
The Center for Disease Control (CDC) is responding to an outbreak of respiratory disease caused by a novel coronavirus (COVID-19) that was first detected in China and has now emerged in almost 90 locations internationally, including 500 confirmed cases within the United States as of March 9, 2020. With the complete clinical picture of COVID-19 not fully known along with the CDC’s expectation that the number of confirmed cases will continue to rise, members of the American Subcontractors Association (ASA) may have concerns regarding the disease and how to handle employment matters during this outbreak. As the situation is emerging and continually evolving, ASA will monitor all federal agency developments and guidance to supply our members with the most up to date information available.
The ASA has collected numerous materials from a wide variety of sources and developed this Coronavirus Resource Guide to provide our members with a comprehensive resource to best prepare for employment disruptions as COVID-19 cases continue to be discovered. CLICK BELOW TO DOWNLOAD IMPORTANT INFORMATION!
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ASA SAFETY AWARD APPLICATION-DUE FEB 10, 2020
CLICK BELOW TO DOWNLOAD ASA SAFETY AWARD APPLICATION!
Application is due to [email protected] by February 10, 2020, along with your 2019 OSHA 300A Form for 2019.
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WINTER ROAD SAFETY
As a reminder, the MoDOT Traveler Information Map http://traveler.modot.org/map/ and a free mobile app version, report winter road condition information for Missouri state highways.
Go beyond the first glance. Zoom in on the map to see conditions ahead during breaks from the road.
And when pavement shows the first sign of slickness, find a warm, safe place to pull over and wait for safer driving conditions.
After all, the most important item in any truck sits behind the steering wheel..