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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.
247 Articles found
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Misclassification of independent contractors is not only a tax issue; it also comes into play in several other areas of the law, such as the Workers’ Compensation Act, Fair Labor Standards Act, Minnesota Payment of Wages Act, etc. Therefore, unintended liabilities and penalties may result from misclassification of a worker as an independent contractor when he or she should be classified as an employee.
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The Law Enforcement Training Injury Prevention Program is a five-step plan to help reduce injuries to law enforcement staff from training activities. The program is designed to work in tandem with the training instructor to increase safety without compromising training effectiveness.
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Securing private data is a significant responsibility for local governments. Maintaining data security in the face of real threats, such as hackers, activists and employee errors, is a challenge that everyone in the organization must work to overcome. "Essentials of Data Security for Public Entities" should be used to stimulate conversations among your organization’s leadership and provide them with strategies to help your organization secure private data, whether it is electronic or paper in format.
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MCIT provides coverage for the authorized activities of law enforcement personnel when faced with situations where they must act in their official capacity as law enforcement officers. Whether coverage applies when officers are working another job outside of their full-time jobs ( “moonlighting”) depends on the activities that created the basis for the claim.
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Examines MCIT flood coverage endorsement, its limits and coverage application. Also address National Flood Insurance Program and risk management advice for mitigating flood damage.
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Practical advice for government entities in creating and maintaining e-mail in accordance with the Minnesota Data Practices Act.
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Employees performing work that includes cutting trees or branches, chipping branches or moving felled trees and logs are subject to the OSHA Logging Operation Standard 29 CFR 1910.266. Article explains the requirements of the standard, including safety practices for chain saw use.
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There are a host of items to check off in preparation for a public building project. One is ensuring that contractors provide valid bonds for construction projects.
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Because of the risks generally involved in hosting special events, such as rodeos, demolition derbies, amusement rides and racing, and the limited number of members that sponsor the events, MCIT typically does not cover the events. This article explains the coverage exclusions and provides risk management advice for such events.