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A fitness center, a children’s clothing store, two large prisons and several medical facilities are among those that have received COVID-19-related workplace safety citations from the California Division of Occupational Safety and Health.
Cal/OSHA on Thursday released details of the citations, with fines ranging from $15,125 to $421,880. The agency said it opened the inspections after learning of COVID-19 illnesses and fatalities, receiving complaints, and during targeted inspections.
The violations include failing to notify Cal/OSHA of COVID-19 fatalities and failing to create a proper safety program, according to several of the citations.
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The California Division of Occupational Safety and Health slapped a food manufacturer and its staffing company with more than $400,000 in combined penalties for allegedly failing to protect workers at two plants from COVID-19, the agency said in a statement Wednesday.