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Charlotte, North Carolina, United States

Updated: November 25, 2021 5:53 PM
1,724 Duke Energy customers lost power shortly before 11 a.m. Thursday.

The outage affected homes in the Mineral Springs/Rumble Road area, which sits just north of Interstate 85 and east of W.T. Harris Boulevard.

Source: charlotteobserver.com
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A number of employees who were compelled to come into work despite having a 100 degree or higher fever were later diagnosed with Covid-19: the rest of the employees were put at risk.


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In the past two weeks, there have been two confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in the call center. The employer has not taken the proper steps to keep employees safe and has not had the areas cleaned. Employees have not been quarantined after being exposed to the... See More virus.


Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2021-09-09
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1. Employees have tested positive for COVID-19 and the area is not well ventilated. Cleaning has not been done by anyone but the employees, with no supervision or advice from the employer. 2. Employees are not given time to be tested and are considered to have called... See More out of work if they leave to be tested. 3. There are no North Carolina Workplace Labor Laws posters in the facility.


Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2021-09-08
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1. The wall in the back of the store is crumbling. The employer placed yellow tape around the area and told employees to keep customers away. Pieces of the wall and ceiling fall when it rains and employees can hear a "cracking noise" from the wall. There... See More is concern that the wall could collapse and injure employees and/or customers. 2. The store is not maintained in a sanitary, clean manner. It is extremely dirty inside the store and the trash is not taken out. 3. The store is always crowded and patrons are not being required to wear face masks, which is putting employees' health at risk.


Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2021-09-02
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1. In the last few weeks, two employees have had COVID-19 and one is still in the hospital ICU. Other employees were not notified so that they would be aware if they had been exposed. Some of the employees have not been wearing face masks, since they... See More thought they were "in the clear". 2. The ceiling of the back room in the lobby leaks and there is black mold present.


Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2021-09-02
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There have been COVID-19 cases, however the employer is not cleaning the shop or enforcing the wearing of mask.


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The employer is not notifying employees if they have been exposed to an employee that has tested positive for COVID-19. The employer is not requiring face masks to be worn, so employees have a greater chance of contracting the virus now.


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Employees could be, or could have been, exposed to the COVID-19 virus in the workplace, due to: 1. New cases among members of the workforce are being announced on a weekly basis; 2. Employees in cubicles are less than 6 feet apart; 3. The wearing of masks... See More is not enforced.


Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2021-08-24
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The employer is allowing employees to report to work that have tested positive for the Covid-19 virus. There is a concern that this is exposing all employees in the facility to the virus. They are also not cleaning areas where known positive employees worked.


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