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1. Employees are exposed to health hazards in that the employer is allowing employees who have tested positive for COVID-19 to work with symptoms of the virus, such as fever.

Alleged Hazards: 1, Employees Exposed: 15
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1. Employees are being exposed to COVID-19 in the workplace. Employees who exhibit symptoms are not being sent home and are allowed to continue to work. Employees are allowed to return to work without proving proof they are negative for COVID-19 after exhibiting symptoms.


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1. The employer is allowing employees exposed to family members who are COVID-19 positive to work.

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Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2021-01-03 See Less
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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.


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1. There have been employees that were tested positive for COVID-19 in the facility and other employees have been exposed. Employees have received no communication or guidance regarding COVID-19 from the employer.

2. Cooks are not wearing gloves.


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