The citations that MIOSHA issued included:
- Failure to maintain social distancing when possible.
- Failure to require face coverings when social distancing cannot be maintained.
- Not having a COVID-19 preparedness and response plan.
- Failure to designate a COVID-19 workplace supervisor.
- Not training employees on COVID-19.
- Failure to maintain/retain records of daily health screenings.
General duty clause violations, which in Michigan carry a maximum penalty of $7,000, are typically used when there is not a safety standard specific to the condition being cited, and COVID-19 falls into that category in most states and at the federal OSHA level.