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Browse through a collection of more than 100 articles and model forms in the MCIT Resource Library. Use the search tools to the left to narrow in on the appropriate resource.
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July 2020 Bulletin articles: Good News: Members to Receive Dividend; MCIT's Data Security Guide Wins Award; Start Using Workplace Injury Hotline Now; First Amendment Considerations for  Managing Social Media Accounts; Guide t Reducing Risks, Injuries in Food Service; MCIT Seminars Canceled; Hold Important Meetings Virtually; and Permitted Inquiries and Protections for High Risk Workers Under the ADA
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Social media platforms, such as Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, have become a crucial component in a government entity’s communication strategy with the public. Social media can greatly facilitate the sharing of information directly to an interested audience. But it may also allow the public to comment on the public entity’s policies, services, officials and employees in a fairly public manner.

How the entity manages these comments and individuals’ access to the entity’s social media accounts has potential First Amendment implications.
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MCIT developed the Facility Management Loss Prevention Best Practices Guide to provide members information and recommendations to help recognize and reduce hazards common to facility maintenance departments and protect public entities from liability and loss. Each topic within the guide describes the typical safety exposures surrounding equipment and work tasks for facility maintenance departments. Best practices are then outlined to help educate employees and reduce those exposures.
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This Resource examines aspects of the Open Meeting Law that expose public entities to risk, provides suggestions for managing those risks and explains MCIT coverage.
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Bulletin May/June 2020 articles: MCIT Makes Adjustments During Pandemic; Workers' Compensation: New Temporary COVID-19 Presumption; Boiler, Pressure Vessel Inspections Temporarily Suspended; Open Meeting Law Amended for Flexibility During Pandemic; Families First Coronavirus Response Act Resources; EAP Offers Support for Employees During Pandemic; Defending Tough Budget Decisions; Always-listening Devices Pose Data Security Risk; Safety Culture Corner: Strong Safety Committee Makes Joint Effort to Improve; and Ready-to-send E-mails Help Build Positive Safety Culture
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The Bulletin COVID-19 Special Edition (April 2020) articles: MCIT Commits to Providing Critical Member Services During COVID-19 Pandemic; Workers' Compensation for COVID-19 Explained; Federal Government Provides Emergency Sick Leave; Emergency Family and Medical Leave Expansion Act; Telecommuting: Address Safety, Liability of Home-based Workers; Safety Self-audit for Telecommuting; Land Use Decisions, Public Hearings During Health Emergency; and Data Practices, Open Meeting Requirements During Emergency
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The Employee Safety in Food Service Best Practices book provides guidelines to help supervisors identify risk hazards; assist in the discussion of proper ergonomic work procedures and equipment design; provide corrective measures to reduce or eliminate hazards; and add value to the safety and efficiency of the food service program and its employees.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in larger numbers of employees working from home. This has kept organizations functioning, but working from home creates an increased risk of data breaches. One of the risks is personal digital assistants such as Amazon Echo (a.k.a. Alexa) or Google Home. T