• Impact of Stay-at-Home Order on Manufacturing

    Do Your Due Diligence & Review CISA Standard

    With Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz's executive order, we will be entering a two-week period under a Stay-at-Home order that begins Friday.

    Our general guidance to members:

    • Review the CISA standard.
    • Do your due diligence - obtain letters of essential status from your customers, if applicable.
    • If you believe you meet the CISA standard (or have been told you do by your customers), remain operational until you’re clearly told otherwise.
    • Produce letters to your employees that they can keep on their person when traveling to and from work.
    • Go to https://mn.gov/deed/critical/ if you are unsure if you meet the standard, or if you need to apply for a waiver if you don’t meet the standard, but believe you should be deemed essential. You will need to know your NAICS codes.
    • DEED's statement is that if you meet the criteria, you do NOT need to apply for approval/waiver.

     

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  • Welcome to Tri-State Manufacturers’ Association!

    Tri-State Manufacturers’ Association is a membership organization serving west central Minnesota and eastern North Dakota and South Dakota.  Member capacity ranges from welding to machining, turning to grinding, plating to engineering, and more.

    Member manufacturing companies benefit from industry education, networking, manufacturing tours, job/career awareness, training programs, marketing options, legislative advocacy, and collaboration.  TSMA supports Dream It. Do It., a program designed to change public perception about manufacturers in MN, ND and SD.

     

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