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McDonald's, 4514 Telegraph Avenue, OAKLAND, CA, 94609, USA

Latest report: March 10, 2021 12:00 PM
#coronaviruscovid19 #osha #mcdonalds #4514telegraphavenue #oakland #california #unitedstates
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Covid-19 OSHA Complaint

1 year ago

1. The employer has failed to ensure that employees exhibiting flu-like symptoms are sent home to self-quarantine. T8 CCR 3203(a)(6) 2. The employer failed to ensure that employees received proper guidance on how to maintain social distancing and wearing their face coverings while working in the restaurant.... See More T8 CCR 3203(a)(3) 3. The employer failed to provide employees with training on how to properly use face masks. T8 CCR 3203(a)(7)(D) & (E)


Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2020-06-01
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Covid-19 OSHA Complaint

1 year ago

T8 CCR 3203(a)(4) & (6) The employer failed to implement CDC, Local Health Department and Cal/OSHA guidance on requirements to protect workers from COVID-19 to prevent the spread between person to person and close contact, sanitizing of area and/or provide personal protective equipment from COVID-19 in the... See More following ways: -The employer is allowing employees with symptoms to work. -The employer is having exposed employees report to work who are awaiting results. -The employer, on multiple occasions, is not sanitizing and deep cleaning after it is known that an employee tested positive for COVID-19. -The employer is not performing wellness checks on employees as they report to work for symptoms. -The employer is failing to ensure that the store has the proper amount of cleaning supplies to sanitize a store. -The employer has not informed employees of a plan to stay safe and maintain social distance when they can.


Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2020-06-12
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Multiple workers have tested positive for COVID-19

2 years ago

At least six workers at the McDonald’s on Telegraph Avenue in Oakland have tested positive for COVID-19 and all workers have been exposed. If you visited the restaurant recently, please report it and any other location that you visited.

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