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2020 – New Year, New You (Or Dealership)

on January 13, 2020
Go to the gym more often. Finish one book every month. Learn a new language. With the new year upon us, New Year’s resolutions follow...
KPA2020 – New Year, New You (Or Dealership)

DMV Alerts

on January 13, 2020
Fee Increases Effective January 1, 2020, the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has increased the registration fee from $57 to $59. The CHP fee has...
KPADMV Alerts

How to Identify and Control Fall Risks

on January 3, 2020
Zach Pucillo, CSP, CHMM, and EHS Team Supervisor - Mid-Atlantic for KPA, wrote about the strategies and tactics to fall protection and prevention for Industrial...
KPAHow to Identify and Control Fall Risks

Enhancing Employee Training

on December 20, 2019
In a Safety + Health article, Brent Daviau, Training Content Developer, details four training and learning strategies to consider when developing your safety program. His...
KPAEnhancing Employee Training

3 Training Principles to Effectively Build Your Safety Culture

on December 19, 2019
Brent Daviau, CPTM, KPA's Training Content Developer, wrote an article for EHS Today. His article outlines how employers can use learning and training principles to build...
KPA3 Training Principles to Effectively Build Your Safety Culture

The ADA and Website Accessibility

on November 14, 2019
Rachelle Taylor Golden is an attorney with Hatmaker Law Group, who uses a manual wheelchair. She maintains an active practice in California focusing on proactive...
KPAThe ADA and Website Accessibility

DMV Alert: Fee Increases

on October 14, 2019
The Department of Motor Vehicles has issued a Vehicle Industry News (VIN) memo showing increases in various fees based on the Consumer Price Index. Below is a chart...
KPADMV Alert: Fee Increases

Test Post

on April 6, 2019
What is Lorem Ipsum? Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industry's standard dummy text ever...
KPATest Post

California Broadens Definition of “National Origin,” Effective July 1

on June 12, 2018
KPA’s compliance partner, FordHarrison, provided the following content. The California Fair Employment and Housing Council published new regulations on May 17 relating to national origin discrimination. The...
KPACalifornia Broadens Definition of “National Origin,” Effective July 1

Team Building Now: What Works, What’s 1994?

on March 19, 2018
When you think of team building ideas, what do you picture? Trust falls and nature walks? Group learning sessions that start with cheesy icebreakers? Although...
KPATeam Building Now: What Works, What’s 1994?

Signs, Signs, Everywhere Signs

on October 16, 2017
KPA’s compliance partner, FordHarrison, provided the following content. Across the U.S., there has been turmoil surrounding various bathroom laws — either regulations that are more inclusive...
KPASigns, Signs, Everywhere Signs

5 Secrets to More Effective Employee Training

on October 3, 2017
I’ve been working in the field of training and instructional design for almost 10 years, and most of it has flown by so quickly. But when I...
KPA5 Secrets to More Effective Employee Training

FAQs on Minimum Wage Laws in California

on September 11, 2017
KPA’s compliance partner, FordHarrison, provided the following content. California’s minimum wage laws are among employers’ most common questions. Below, is a summary of frequently asked questions...
KPAFAQs on Minimum Wage Laws in California