State cites two local employers for COIVD-19 violations

The Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration announced Friday that two St. Clair County employers were found not complying with the state’s pandemic orders. Michigan OSHA claims that Dana Incorporated in St. Clair and Complete Maintenance & Cabinetry in Algonac failed to protect their workers and take safety precautions. Dana will face a $4,000 fine for not requiring face coverings, not maintaining a record of employee COIVD-19 training, and not providing daily health screenings. Complete Maintenance & Cabinetry was fined $2800 for a lack of a preparedness and response plan, failing to train employees on COVID-19 control strategies, and lack of face coverings. Michigan OSHA provides online resources for workplace safety on their website, Michigan.gov/COVIDWorkplaceSafety.