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Updated: March 15, 2022 12:00 PM
Employees were, or could have been, exposed to the COVID-19 virus in the workplace due to employees being permitted to come back to work while still symptomatic after testing positive for/being diagnosed with COVID-19.


Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2022-01-07 See Less
41


1. Employees are exposed to COVID-19 hazards due to employees not quarantining after a known COVID-19 close contact exposure event. 2. Employees are exposed to a COVID-19 hazard due to employees not being tested for COVID-19 after a close contact exposure event. 3. Employees are exposed to... See More a COVID-19 hazard because employees are allowed to work before a 5 day isolation period has been completed after presenting COVID-19 symptoms or a COVID-19 positive test after an exposure event. 4. Employees are exposed to a COVID-19 hazard due to employees not being required to wear face coverings in accordance with CDC guidelines after testing positive for COVID-19.

Alleged Hazards: 4, Employees Exposed: 40
Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2022-01-07
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150


Workers coughing while handling food, workers working while positive with covid, lack of cleanliness, improperly cleaned equipment, lack of covid protocols being followed

Alleged Hazards: 1, Employees Exposed: 11
Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2021-12-20 See Less
2.3K


1. The employer did not follow Pennsylvania Department of Health (DOH) and Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Prevention guidelines for quarantining employees who have tested positive for COVID-19. The employer is allowing employees who have tested positive for COVID-19 continue to work at the facility.

Alleged... See More Hazards: 1, Employees Exposed: 5
Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2021-12-03
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1. Employees are exposed to respiratory illness, in that, personal protective equipment, i.e., respirators, face masks and gloves are not provided nor their use enforced and/or employees are not socially distanced. 2. The workplace is not kept in a clean, orderly, and sanitary condition. Food and trash... See More is on the floors and counter tops and the tables are not being cleaned and sanitized.

Alleged Hazards: 2, Employees Exposed: 24
Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2021-09-07
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1.1K


1. Employees displaying symptoms of COVID-19 are being asked to return to work prior to quarantining or obtaining negative COVID test results.


Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2021-09-20 See Less
1.2K


1). Employees were exposed to a positive case of COVID-19 in the workplace. 2). Employees with symptoms of COVID-19 were allowed to return to work despite not quarantining for the time recommended by CDC guidelines.


Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2021-09-20 See Less
990


1. The employer is exposing employees to SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, in that the employer is not following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines to protect employees by enforcing and maintaining physical/social distancing in the workplace. 2. The employer is exposing employees... See More to SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, in that the employer is not following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines to protect employees in that the employer is having employees who tested positive, exhibiting symptoms for COVID-19 to come back to work after being quarantined without a negative test for COVID-19. 3. The employer is exposing employees to SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, in that the employer is not following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines to protect employees in that the employer did not clean/sanitize the facility after an employee tested positive for COVID-19.

Alleged Hazards: 3, Employees Exposed: 15
Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2021-09-15
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949


1. Last week, an employee tested positive for COVID and continues to work on site. No quarantining. 2. The work area has not been cleaned and disinfected. 3. Facial masks are not consistently worn by all employees.

Alleged Hazards: 3, Employees Exposed: 30
Source: Osha.gov | Receipt... See More Date: 2021-10-05 See Less
2.3K


1. Employees in the facility are exposed to COVID-19. The employer does not ensure that managers and employees are wearing adequate face coverings as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Applicable OSHA Standard: Section 5(a)(1) of the 1970 OSH Act 2. Employees are exposed to... See More COVID-19. The employer does not clean and sanitize all areas of the facility as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) after COVID-19 cases are identified or confirmed. Applicable OSHA Standard: Section 5(a)(1) of the 1970 OSH Act 3.The employer fails to provide tepid water due to malfunctioning hot water heater. Applicable OSHA Standard: 1910.141

Alleged Hazards: 3, Employees Exposed: 10
Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2021-01-12
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133


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