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Updates from National Glass Association can be found here including a COVID-19 Resource page. NGA is asking our member companies to complete a brief COVID-19 needs survey to share how you are dealing with the current situation, what questions you have, and what resources are needed.
Update from US Glass Magazine – Is Glazing Work Essential? Click here to read the full article..
OSHA updates can be found here – How to prepare your workspace for COVID 19
Hello to our CGDA members and supporters:
This is a quick note to reach out and let you know our thoughts are with you, your businesses, your employees, and families…These are unprecedented times, and a difficult situation we are all dealing with – TOGETHER.
The CGDA staff is working remotely, and are available to serve you and the industry via phone at 860.727.0166 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Unfortunately at this time, we are postponing GlassDay New England. A new date has not been set, when it is, I will be communicating to you all.
We continue to monitor what Executive Orders are being issued and how they impact CGDA.
To assist small businesses during the crisis, the Governor issued a statement announcing that the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) will be accepting applications for loans of up to $2 million.
You can apply online by clicking here, or in person at any Disaster Recovery Center. The SBA recommends the online application as the fastest method to receive a decision about your eligibility.
For information or to find a location near you, please contact the Customer Service Center at 1-800-659-2955 or via e-mail at email@example.com.
Business owners who have questions about the disaster assistance loan program or other state level assistance can also call (860) 500-2333 and speak with a representative from the Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD).
Get the latest COVID 19 updates here from the CDC. Stay safe and healthy…
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