Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources

The Tire Industry Association has developed list of governmental and other websites to provide members with links to important information and resources to help in managing the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Click on the following links:

 

Modern Tire Dealer Coronavirus Webinar  
Q & A from MTD Coronavirus Webinar

 

SESCO Management Consultnts - Reopening a Business Without Opening Employer Liability  

 

Payroll Protection Plan Information 

Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act - June 8, 2020  

 

Department of Homeland Security  

U.S. Small Business Association 

Health and Safety 

 

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)  

Department of Labor – OSHA 
Guidance on Preparing Workplaces for Covid-19 

 

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)  

 

Covid-19 Cleaning Products  

 

Crisis Communications/Risk Management/Miscellaneous

 

SESCO Managment Consultants 

SESCO Report Newsletter - March/April 2020

Virginia Requires Employees in Customer-Facing Areas to Wear Face Mask

 

Federated Insturance

COVID-19 Client Relief Credit  

Creating an Enduring Risk Management Culture  

 

Forrester 

All of us have been affected by the unprecedented health and economic crisis impacting the United States and the world because of the coronavirus, COVID-19. The resulting business shutdowns and calls for staying home have created confusion and hardships for Tire Industry Association members, their employees and the association itself. To help navigate these difficult times, TIA has created this COVID-19 resource page. It provides a list of pertinent state and federal websites to help TIA members as they research and determine the appropriate measures to take for their businesses, employees and local communities. We will update the page with new information as it becomes available. This is a time when pulling together makes a difference. TIA joins you in doing everything we can to help all of us in the tire industry, the U.S. and the world work through this crisis and look forward to better times ahead.

 

Roy Littlefield

TIA CEO