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Product: Chips

Updated: November 8, 2021 12:00 PM
1) Workers are exposed to injury and death in case of emergencies. The employer allows fire exits to be blocked throughout the warehouse. Applicable OSHA Standard: 29 CFR 1910.37 2) Workers are exposed to struck by hazards. The employer requires workers to work around improperly stacked pallets.... See More Applicable OSHA Standard: 29 CFR 1910.176 3) Workers are exposed to slip, trip, and fall hazards. The employer requires workers to work around loose, unsecured dockboards near the dock doors. Applicable OSHA Standard: 29 CFR 1910.22 4) Workers are exposed to unsanitary conditions. The employer allows trash accumulation in the chips and tray area. Applicable OSHA Standard: 29 CFR 1910.141 5) Workers are exposed to lifting injuries. The employer requires workers to manually lift and lower dock door 1 due to the powered remote controls not working. Applicable OSHA Standard: Section 5(a)(1) of the Occupational Safety & Health Act of 1970. 1) Workers are exposed to COVID-19. The employer does not enforce an adequate cleaning and sanitation policy as recommended in the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines. Applicable OSHA Standard: Section 5(a)(1) of the Occupational Safety & Health Act of 1970.

Alleged Hazards: 6, Employees Exposed: 10
Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2021-08-30
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I was cutting the dream chips and giving it to my dog when the scissors got stuck I look at one piece it did not seem to have anything but when I cut the second time the scissors didn't want to cut. Therefore I look onto the... See More piece closely and that is when I found the metal particles. I just hope my dog didn't consumed any metal prior of me looking really closely See Less
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1. Product storage, while somewhat stable, are not fully put together. The grey storage units shake violently when employees next door are operating their machines. Products have fallen from this. 2. Exhaust fumes from the repair bay next door leaks into the office and warehouse. 3. There... See More is no active ventilation in the storage area. 4. Products are haphazardly picked and placed by unqualified individuals, many heavy parts are sticking out and can be bumped and knocked off shelves. One employee had their toe smashed by a falling pin weighing about 70 pounds. 5. Some forklift drivers do not have a license for operating a forklift. 6. The building is falling apart. Paint chips and metal and other debris are falling from the ceiling. 7. Bathrooms stink like sewage multiple times a week. 8. There is a chemical bath fountain in the warehouse that employees use with gloves and the gloves aren't replaced when they become damaged. 9. Masks have not been worn since the beginning of COVID.


Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2021-02-08
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Potential concern implementing COVID Prevention Program for ensuring regularly cleaning/disinfecting/rotating out of frequently touched playing cards and chips. Title 8 CCR Sections 3203, & 3205

Alleged Hazards: 1, Employees Exposed: 1
Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2021-03-31 See Less
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1) The employer failed to maintain cleanable solid partitions that effectively reduce aerosol transmission between employees and other persons at fixed work locations, where it is not possible to maintain the physical distancing requirement at all times. The employer installed cleanable solid partitions made of plexiglass, but... See More customers are leaning on them and they are now broken and ineffective. T8 CCR 3205(c)(8)(A) 2) The employer failed to ensure that employees and other persons maintain six feet of distance and wear face coverings over the nose and mouth when outdoors. T8 CCR 3205(c)(6)(A) & (c)(7)(A) 3) The employer failed to reduce capacity to ensure that employees and other persons maintain six feet of distance. T8 CCR 3205(c)(6)(A) 4) The employer failed to evaluate the need for personal protective equipment to prevent exposure to COVID-19 hazards , such as gloves, goggles, and face shields, and provide such personal protective equipment as needed. Supervisors and employees are required to handle casino chips that players frequently handle. Players are not consistently washing or sanitizing their hands, creating a hazard to employees who are picking up the casino chips. T8 CCR 3205(c)(8)(E)1. 5) The employer failed to ensure that temporary wiring is supported in place at intervals to ensure that they will be protected from physical damage. Extension cords are being used for temporary outdoor lighting and, recently when it has been windy, some electrical cables are coming loose. T8 CCR 2405.2(i)

Alleged Hazards: 5, Employees Exposed: 1
Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2021-03-01
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1. The employer does not ensure that gaming machines including but not limited to Blackjack card tables and corresponding equipment are sanitized/cleaned to prevent the spread of COVID-19. 2. The employer has not educated or trained employees on COVID -19 rules/guidelines. This condition creates a hazard for... See More employee exposure to COVID-19. 3. The employer does not provide dealers with hand sanitizer while dealing cards and chips. This practice exposes employees to possible exposure to COVID-19. 4. The employer does not notify employees who have worked closely with other employees who have tested positive for COVID 19. This practice creates employee exposure to COVID-19.


Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2020-09-13
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1. On August 21, 2020, a player, with a bleeding hand, had blood on a dice table and chips. 2. The casino shift manager allowed the bleeding player to continue; and did not close the table down or remove the chips for proper cleaning, and sanitizing. 3.... See More On the same day, several Dice dealers and Supervisors were exposed to a Dealer that tested positive for COVID-19.

Alleged Hazards: 1, Employees Exposed: 1
Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2020-08-28
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Since January one employee has passed away from Covid. In the past few weeks at least 15 positive cases of Covid among employees. The casino is allowing guests to remove masks as they drink and smoke which creates a tremendous amount of grey area with the mask... See More enforcement. Employees are unable to keep up on sanitizing machines, chips carefully. Cleaning solutions for sanitation of areas has been put out for employees to use without gloves. The cleaning solution is not labeled. There is a walk through temperature check which is believed to not be working properly.


Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2020-08-18
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1. Visible mold growth is present on the walls in the kitchen area, inside the restroom toilets, and around the restroom sinks, thus exposing employees to respiratory hazards. 2. A foul odor is emitting throughout the restaurant due to a clogged sewage pipe, thus exposing employees to... See More respiratory and biological hazards. 3. The restrooms are not maintained in a sanitary condition in that there is dirt and debris accumulation on the floors and toilets, thus exposing employees to biological hazards. 4. Paint chips and black-colored dust is falling from the ceiling, thus exposing employees to respiratory hazards. 5. There is dust accumulation on the lamps in the dining room area, thus exposing employees to respiratory hazards. 6. The employer has not implemented the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines as they relate to the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) into the workplace to include elements such as, but not limited to: a) Enforcing the usage of facemasks or face coverings; b) Requesting employees that are sick or experiencing COVID-19 related symptoms to stay home; and c) Ensuring social distancing is practiced by employees to maintain at least six (6) feet from each other.


Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2020-12-30
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1.There are large amounts of hydraulic oil on the floor caused by leaks not being fixed. 2. A MIOSHA report was filed last year the employer repaired one leak and then said they solved the issue. A week later the machine was leaking again and hasn't been... See More repaired. 3. There are sections of the ceiling where large thick chunks of paint chips have fallen onto employees work and break areas. Some chips that have fallen were 2 feet by 2 and a half inches with a thickness of about 4 mm. The safety team has been notified of both issues for several years now. 4. The COVID-19 policy is not being enforced for people staying 6 feet apart. Several work stations have people within 1 foot of each other. 5. The mask policy is also relaxed and people are seen with thin bandanas just over the mouth. 6. They is one entrance and two exits. Both exits are in heavy fork truck traffic areas as well as sleep traffic areas because the exits are in the shipping and receiving docks. With the south exit requiring employee to walk behind open trailers that fork trucks go in and out of and pass in front of the same trailers that could have a semi truck coming to pick up.


Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2020-06-22
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