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Rodents

Updated: September 20, 2022 3:36 PM
Open door to community dumpster is located right where guests enter complex. Overflowing and trash left on the grounds.  Different rodent species in different bldgs. See Less
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Family dollar of Hendersonville Nc didtrict manager had covid no mask manager had covid no mask employees not wearing mask and they have a rat infestation meal moth infestation which comes in the rice from China rat sh*t is on one of they’re Cretan shelves expired food... See More in te bottom of the trfrigatir expiring nope See Less
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3205(c)(3)(B): No written communication from employer of a Covid-19 case. 3205: Employer is not enforcing face coverings. 3362(f): Rodents, roaches and moths in the workplace. 3203: Employees required to conduct electrical repairs without being properly trained or certified. 3205(c): No written Covid-19 policy.


Source: Osha.gov | Receipt... See More Date: 2021-09-24 See Less
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Item #1: There is no COVID-19 policy in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19. There is no mask requirement and no safe-distancing measures. Item #2: There is a rodent infestation above the ceiling. Rodent droppings fall onto the employees' desks. Item #3: The carpet, furniture, and... See More walls are dirty, exposing employees to unsanitary conditions.

Alleged Hazards: 3, Employees Exposed: 15
Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2021-10-07
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With the teachers returning back to work, they do not feel they have safety measures in place. Employees are required to provide their own face masks, gloves, and PPE needed to keep them safe. Employees feel they are being put in a situation that could be harmful... See More or dangerous to teachers and students. They are not following the regulations for COVID-19 regarding re-entry. Employees are unclear on the cleaning procedures. They do not have enough staff to properly clean. The teachers are being told they will have to clean desks between each class period. Social distancing is indicated as only maintaining three feet or less of distance between teachers and students in a classroom, assuming that students will wear face masks all day long. They have one lunchroom for kindergarten through sixth grade and it will be near impossible to maintain social distancing between kids in the gym/cafeteria. The air conditioning and heating system units are old and problematic, they often break down and are not working. There are bug and mice infestations in the classrooms.


Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2020-07-27
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1. There is visible mold present on the ceiling tiles in the bathrooms and the carpet in the office area is stained. Some employees have become sick and it is suspected to be due to exposure to the mold. 2. Ceiling tiles are broken, causing the space... See More above the suspended ceiling to be exposed. There have been roaches, ants and mice present and the employer has not taken any action. 3. There are concerns that the employer is not cleaning and sanitizing the office properly for employees to work safely, even though it has been stated that this is being done.


Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2021-07-13
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1. They are not sanitizing patient equipment given to patients. 2. They have holes in the ceiling where mice are coming in and they are not cleaning. 3. They are not sanitizing pens after patient use. 4. They do not have proper lighting outside of the building,... See More it is pitch black at night. 5. They are not distancing employees 6 feet apart. 6. Many employees are not wearing their masks. 7. The CEO is coming into work for meetings while being positive for COVID.


Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2020-12-17
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1. The employer is not adhering to the following CDC guidelines to prevent employee exposure to COVID-19: - Sending sick people home. - Informing employees as to others that are symptomatic or have tested positive. 2. The roof over the main dining room is leaking water; therefore... See More exposing employees to a slip and fall hazard. 3. The facility is infested with rodents/ mice, and the stock room is infested with insects/ vermin, and an effective extermination program has not been instituted; therefore exposing employees to biological/ health hazards.

Alleged Hazards: 3, Employees Exposed: 1
Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2021-08-15
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1) The employer is not taking action to slow the spread of Covid-19 in the workplace. 2) The employer is exposing employees to health hazards by failing to control vermin (Rats) in the workplace. 3) The employer is exposing employees to heat stress hazards and has not... See More put in place controls to protect employees from heat related illnesses, such as but not limited to: a. Having a written heat stress prevention program, b. Training employees on the signs and symptoms of heat stress, c. Having an adequate supply of potable drinking water, d. having in place an area away from the heat employees can rest if they begin suffering the signs of heat exhaustion, e. and having in place a medical response plan to handle heat related illnesses.

Alleged Hazards: 3, Employees Exposed: 10
Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2021-08-02
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