Ferguson's Legislation Information Center
Your company's credibility relies on complying with government regulations that outline industry standards. Let Ferguson's Legislation Center help you stay up to date with important legal changes that matter to you and your business. Discover the most recent changes to legislation related to your area of expertise and see how new laws might impact you and the way you serve your customers.
IIJA funds for water infrastructure - Learn how funds are allocated and distributed in the 2021 Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act for water, wastewater, stormwater and related projects and how Ferguson can help you access them.
2023 HVAC SEER2 standards - Discover how your next residential heating and cooling unit purchase or installation is affected by the new energy efficiency standards implemented in January 2023.
Pandemic Relief Funds - Find details about bills passed by the Federal government that allocate funds for schools and shuttered venues in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and get information about accessing funds.
2018 OSHA violation fines increase - OSHA penalties increased for the third time in three years in January of 2018. Learn about the new penalty structure and get resources to help you stay free from fines.
2017 OSHA Silica Dust Regulations - On June 23, 2017, OSHA’s new requirements for removing silica dust from work spaces will go into effect. Read what you need to know to make sure you’re compliant.
2017 OSHA violation fines increase - Find the information you need about the recent penalty increase that you could be responsible for paying if you are found in violation of an OSHA regulation.
2016 OSHA Penalty Increase - For the first time in 16 years, OSHA increased the penalty for contractors who are found in violation of safety regulations by 78 percent.
2015 NAECA water heater regulations - Learn about the changes to the NAECA water heater standards that were passed in 2015 and see how they will impact your next water heater purchase.
2014 Lead law - See which kinds of plumbing products you can install for potable use based on the new laws designed to reduce the amount of lead in drinking water.
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