Nevada Department of business and Industry

Nevada OSHA Increases Penalties for Workplace Violations

Nevada OSHA

New OSHA penalty amounts became effective on January 17, 2023. OSHA’s maximum penalties for serious and other-than-serious violations will increase from $14,502 per violation to $15,625 per violation. The maximum penalty for willful or repeated violations will increase from $145,027 per violation to $156,259 per violation.  
To learn more about what you can do to avoid penalties, call SCATS today to request a safety consultation visit at no cost to you. 


LV super bowl host committee

In partnership with the National Football League, the Las Vegas Super Bowl LVIII Host Committee has launched open registration for the Super Bowl LVIII Business Connect Program. The NFL is looking for a wide range of sub-contractors and vendors that are: experienced, provide excellent service, event-ready, 51% or more “diverse-owned”, have established offices, and are a direct source for their goods/services.
Applications are due on Friday, February 17, 2023!

National Mentoring Month

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January is National Mentoring Month! Starting a business requires a tremendous amount of dedication and ambition, but these traits alone are often not enough. During National Mentoring Month, connect with an SBA resource partner to help you along your business journey. Whether you’re seeking training, opportunities or funding, the Nevada Department of Business & Industry, SBA and other resource partners are here to serve as your trusted advisors and mentors.

Governor Lombardo Orders Freeze on New


Governor Joe Lombardo recently signed two executive orders aimed at reducing the state’s regulatory burdens. One order requires all executive branches to decrease the number of existing state regulations, while another prevents licensing boards from creating new regulations.  For more information take a look at Executive Order 2023-003 and Executive Order 2023-004.