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San Rafael, California, United States

Updated: January 14, 2021 12:00 PM

Covid-19 OSHA Complaint, Dry Kings Restoration of Marin, 1121 Francisco Boulevard East, SAN RAFAEL, CA, 94901, USA

Dry Kings Restoration of Marin, 1121 Francisco Boulevard East, SAN RAFAEL, CA, 94901, USA

January 14, 2021 12:00 PM

“1. The employer did not give notice to employees on their potential exposure to a COVID-19 positive case. Ref T8CCR 3205(c)(3)(B)(3). T8CCR 3205(c)(3)(B)(3). 3205. COVID-19 Prevention (c) Written COVID-19 Prevention Program. Employers shall establish, implement, and maintain an effective, written CO... See MoreVID-19 Prevention Program, which may be integrated into the employer's Injury and Illness Program required by section 3203, or be maintained in a separate document. The written elements of a COVID-19 Prevention Program shall include: (3) Investigating and responding to COVID-19 cases in the workplace. (B) The employer shall take the following actions when there has been a COVID-19 case at the place of employment: 3. Give notice of the potential COVID-19 exposure, within one business day, in a way that does not reveal any personal identifying information of the COVID-19 case, to the following: a.All employees who may have had COVID-19 exposure and their authorized representatives. b. Independent contractors and other employers present at the workplace during the high-risk exposure period. 2. The employer did not implement disinfecting protocols. Ref T8CCR 3205(c)(8). T8CCR 3205(c)(8) (c) Written COVID-19 Prevention Program. Employers shall establish, implement, and maintain an effective, written COVID-19 Prevention Program, which may be integrated into the employer’s Injury and Illness Program required by section 3203, or be maintained in a separate document. The written elements of a COVID-19 Prevention Program shall include: (8) Other engineering controls, administrative controls, and personal protective equipment. 3. The employer did not implement specific disinfecting protocols for areas where positive COVID-19 cases worked, touched or had been in contact with. Ref T8CCR 3205(c)(8)(C)(3). T8CCR 3205(c)(8)(C)(3) (c) Written COVID-19 Prevention Program. Employers shall establish, implement, and maintain an effective, written COVID-19 Prevention Program, which may be integrated into the employer’s Injury and Illness Program required by section 3203, or be maintained in a separate document. The written elements of a COVID-19 Prevention Program shall include: (8) Other engineering controls, administrative controls, and personal protective equipment. (C) Employers shall implement cleaning and disinfecting procedures, which require: 3. Cleaning and disinfection of areas, material, and equipment used by a COVID-19 case during the high-risk exposure period. NOTE: Cleaning and disinfecting must be done in a manner that does not create a hazard to employees. See Group 2 and Group 16 of the General Industry Safety Orders for further information. 4. The employer did not ensure employees are wearing facial coverings properly. Ref T8CCR 3205(c)(7)(A). T8CCR 3205(c)(7)(A). (c) Written COVID-19 Prevention Program. Employers shall establish, implement, and maintain an effective, written COVID-19 Prevention Program, which may be integrated into the employer’s Injury and Illness Program required by section 3203, or be maintained in a separate document. The written elements of a COVID-19 Prevention Program shall include: (7) Face coverings. (A) Employers shall provide face coverings and ensure they are worn by employees over the nose and mouth when indoors, when outdoors and less than six feet away from another person, and where required by orders from the CDPH or local health department. Employers shall ensure face coverings are clean and undamaged. Face shields are not a replacement for face coverings, although they may be worn together for additional protection. 5. The employer is not ensuring that employees are properly physically distanced. Ref T8CCR 3205(c)(6)(A) T8CCR 3205(c)(6)(A) (c) Written COVID-19 Prevention Program. Employers shall establish, implement, and maintain an effective, written COVID-19 Prevention Program, which may be integrated into the employer's Injury and Illness Program required by section 3203, or

Alleged Hazards: 5, Employees Exposed: 10
Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2020-12-10
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Covid-19 OSHA Complaint, Kohl's, 5010 Northgate Drive, San Rafael, CA 94903, USA

Kohl's, 5010 Northgate Drive, San Rafael, CA 94903, USA

November 18, 2020 12:00 PM

“The managers at the San Rafael store are not complying with or enforcing the proper wearing of face masks by employees and customers. Some people are pulling the masks down below their noses or removing them completely. The plastic barriers at the cash registers are not large enough to prevent custo... See Moremers from leaning around them and coming into contact with the employee. The employer did not maintain an effective Injury and Illness Prevention Program in that the employer did not ensure that COVID-19 precautions per the state executive and local public health department orders are being followed at the workplace in the following instances: 1. The employer did not enforce the proper use of face masks to protect employees from exposure to customers or other employees, T8 CCR 3203(a)(6). 2. The employer did not implement individual control measures and screenings. T8 CCR 3203(a)(6).

Alleged Hazards: 2, Employees Exposed: 1
Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2020-10-21
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One employee test positive for Covid-19, Coleman Elementary School, 800 Belle Avenue, San Rafael, California 94901, USA

Coleman Elementary School, 800 Belle Avenue, San Rafael, California 94901, USA

August 17, 2020 12:00 PM

“One staff member at Coleman Elementary School on 800 Belle Avenue San Rafael in California tested positive for Covid-19 as confirmed Monday. The staffer had returned to work at the school building last week with other school employees.

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Covid-19 OSHA Complaint, UPS Customer Center, 2985 Kerner Blvd, San Rafael, California 94901, USA

UPS Customer Center, 2985 Kerner Blvd, San Rafael, California 94901, USA

August 4, 2020 12:00 PM

“The employer did not maintain an effective Injury and Illness Prevention Program in that the employer did not ensure that COVID-19 precautions per the state executive and local public health department orders are being followed at the workplace in the following instances:

1. The employer failed t... See Moreo perform a detailed risk assessment and implement a site-specific protection plan. T8 CCR 3203(a)(4).

2. The employer did not train employees on how to limit the spread of COVID-19, including how to screen themselves for symptoms and stay home if they them. T8 CCR 3203(a)(7).

3. The employer did not implement individual control measures and screenings. T8 CCR 3203(a)(6).

4. The employer did not implement disinfecting protocols. T8 CCR 3203(a)(6).

5. The employer did not implement physical distancing guidelines. T8 CCR 3203(a)(6).

6. The employer did not post and distribute to their personnel a Social Distancing Protocol for their facility(ies)(located at). T8 CCR 3203(a)(3).
?3203(a)(3)(4)(6)(7).

Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2020-07-07
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