Sign up to receive the October newsletter that spotlights cybersecurity on Friday, October 14. Join our Network! How do we support a business? Connect private sector and public sector Provide the latest news and alerts to the business community Request status updates from affected businesses and report issues to the state Respond to resource requests as … Continue reading Sign Up Now To Receive the October Newsletter this Friday!
October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month! The session is open to small and medium-sized businesses that are interested in an introduction to cybersecurity concepts. If you own a small business, don't miss this webinar about what you can do to ramp up your cybersecurity efforts. Register here Speaker Bio Mr. Tannehill is the manager of the … Continue reading Cybersecurity for Small Business Webinar – Hosted by LABEOC & Partners
Join our Network! Our September newsletter goes out tomorrow! How do we support a business? Connect private sector and public sector Provide the latest news and alerts to the business community Request status updates from affected businesses and report issues to the state Respond to resource requests as they arise Send monthly newsletter and important … Continue reading Sign up to receive the September newsletter!
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Welcome to the inaugural LABEOC newsletter. We are excited to provide this document to you monthly. Let’s continue to hope that the 2022 season remains quiet, but hope is not a method. Preparation is key. Content for this newsletter will follow the READY.GOV calendar, which makes the focus for August, Back to School Preparedness, and … Continue reading LABEOC Message: Greeting from Jim Williams
As we continue through this hurricane season, it is never too late to review your insurance policy, especially if there are any changes to your underwriter. It is useful to remember that there are two important entities that support the Louisiana Insurance consumers. The Louisiana Guaranty Association (LIGA) was designed to create a safety net … Continue reading Review and Update Insurance Coverage
Prep for #HurricaneSeason2022 1. Register for the LABEOC Business Network - https://wordpress.com/view/labeoc.org 2. Download the Hurricane Toolkit for Business - https://www.ready.gov/sites/default/files/2020-04/ready_business_hurricane-toolkit.pdf 3. Visit http://getagameplan.org
Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration August 29, 2021 REGIONAL EMERGENCY DECLARATION No. 2021-008 ALABAMA, ARKANSAS, LOUISIANA, MISSISSIPPI, TENNESSEE, TEXAS The Regional Field Administrators for the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s (FMCSA) Southern and Western Service Centers hereby declare that an emergency exists that warrants issuance of a Regional Emergency Declaration and an exemption from certain … Continue reading Federal Motor Carrier Safety Admin: Emergency Declaration No. 2021-008 AL, AR, LA, MS, TN, TX
Click on the link below: Parish OHSEP Contacts (la.gov)
As emergency responders continue to assess damages, identify closed roads, downed trees and downed power lines it is important that residents DO NOT attempt to travel at this time.
Since 2006, the Statewide Credentialing / Access Program document has been used to facilitate post disaster re-entry. The concepts and procedures associated remain valid and therefore may still be utilized. Attached is the next generation document in the form of a Joint Standard Operating Procedure (JSOP) for disaster re-entry. This JSOP was a collaborative effort … Continue reading LOUISIANA STATEWIDE CREDENTIALING/ACCESS PROGRAM
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Two disturbances in the Atlantic have potential for further development over the next 5-days. While there is no immediate threat to Louisiana, the potential is there in the next 7-10 days. Everyone should remain vigilant and listen to guidance provide by your local emergency officials.