ISSA opens registration for Hot Topics: The Cleaning Products Workshop 2023 on Nov. 13; organization also highlights its upcoming webinar on PFAS and the Cleaning Industry, set for Sept. 27

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August 25, 2023 (press release) –

Welcome to the latest ISSA Legislative & Regulatory Update, a biweekly roundup of the public-policy issues currently impacting the full cleaning-supply chain. This update touches on the November 13 Hot Topics: Cleaning Products Workshop 2023, the September 27 webinar PFAS and the Cleaning Industry, ISSA’s biannual advocacy survey, and more.

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ISSA Advocacy

Registration Now Open for Hot Topics: Cleaning Products Workshop 2023
Ensure your continued success in the marketplace by attending Hot Topics: The Cleaning Products Workshop 2023, a one-day live workshop, November 13 in Las Vegas, Nevada, that will address the latest regulatory, legislative, and sustainability issues along with other trending topics that impact the manufacturing, packaging, marketing, and sale of household and commercial cleaning products. Learn more and register

PFAS and the Cleaning Industry
Save your seat now for ISSA’s webinar on PFAS and the Cleaning Industry, set for September 27, 12 pm-1:30 pm CT, and learn how laws and regulations targeting PFAS, also known as “forever chemicals,” impact the commercial and household cleaning industry. Learn more and register

Time Is Running out: Take ISSA’s Advocacy Survey
ISSA wants to know what public-policy issues matter most to you and your cleaning business as part of our biannual advocacy survey. Those who complete the survey will be entered to win a free registration for the 2024 ISSA Clean Advocacy Summit in Washington, DC! But don’t delay, the deadline to participate is August 31. Learn more and take the survey


White House Wants Federal Workers to Stop Working Remotely
U.S. President Joe Biden recently called for federal employees to return to work onsite. In an email sent earlier this month, White House Chief of Staff Jeff Zients asked federal employees to begin working in their offices full time beginning this fall, stating that “it is critical to the well-being of our teams and will enable us to deliver better results for the American people,” Axios reported. “ISSA applauds the Biden administration’s public efforts to bring federal workers back to the office this fall. While hybrid and remote work is here to stay, there are many benefits to the economy and the workplace by encouraging workers back to the office,” said ISSA Director of Government Affairs John Nothdurft. Learn more

IRS Cracks Down on ERC Fraud
The U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is stepping up efforts to identify fraud related to the Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERC) authorized during the pandemic. In this JD Supra analysis, Julie Bradlow and Michael Raposa of the DarrowEverett law firm examine the implications, noting that “The IRS takes the position that the ERC is not available for employers who were not subject to a government-imposed shutdown order due to COVID-19, but merely faced supply chain disruptions.” Learn more

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