Some Covid-19 restrictions were eased a week ago, but the state of Michigan is still aggressively enforcing all current Covid-19 orders. Their investigations have been proceeding for months, and they just released information on 20 businesses cited for coronavirus safety violations, according to the Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Department. Included with each business listed is a link to read their full citation.
Here are the latest round of violations that was released on February 5th:

Kortman Masonry, Inc. of Grandville Total penalties, including other workplace violations, are $2,000. READ FULL CITATION

Orchard Hill Mechanical, Inc. of Casnovia Total penalties, including other workplace violations, are $1,400. READ FULL CITATION

Artistic Decorating, Inc. of Flint Total penalties, including other workplace violations, are $1,000. READ FULL CITATION

F M Carpenters, LLC of Detroit Total penalties for other workplace violations are $800. READ FULL CITATION
F. Corporation DBA D.F. Floor Covering of Flint, was fined $1,000 for violations of COVID-19 workplace safety requirements. READ FULL CITATION
Victor Carmona Services, LLC of Allendale, was cited for violations of COVID-19 workplace safety requirements for lack of a preparedness and response plan. Total penalties, including other workplace violations, are $1,000. READ FULL CITATION
National Parts Depot-Michigan in Canton, was fined $4,900 for violations of COVID-19 workplace safety requirements. READ FULL CITATION
United Construction Services LLC of Harbor Springs Total penalties, including other workplace violations, are $800. READ FULL CITATION

JRN Construction Services, LLC of Flint Total penalties, including other workplace violations, are $800. READ FULL CITATION
Christian Etheridge State Farm in Temperance, was cited for other-than-serious violations of COVID-19 workplace safety requirements including not documenting their remote-work policy, not performing a health surveillance screening protocol on the day the MIOSHA inspector arrived, and not maintaining documentation for employee training related to COVID-19.  READ FULL CITATION
House of Pets, Inc. in Westland, was fined $400 for violations of COVID-19 workplace safety requirements. READ FULL CITATION
Tri State Development Inc. of Saginaw, was fined $1,000 for violations of COVID-19 workplace safety requirements. Total penalties including other workplace violations are $2,800. READ FULL CITATION
Jose Torres Construction, LLC of Grand Rapids, was fined $2,100 for violations of COVID-19 workplace safety requirements. Total penalties, including other workplace violations, are $9,000. READ FULL CITATION
J. McQuestion & Sons, Inc. of Leroy, was fined $2,800 for violations of COVID-19 workplace safety requirements. READ FULL CITATION
Country Boy Builder, LLC of Sheridan, was fined $2,100 for violations of COVID-19 workplace safety requirements. Total penalties, including other workplace violations, are $8,300. READ FULL CITATION
C&M Exterior, LLC of Kalamazoo, was fined $2,800 for violations of COVID-19 workplace safety requirements, iTotal penalties, including other workplace violations, are $6,100. READ FULL CITATION
Eastbrook Homes Inc. of Grand Rapids, was fined $3,500 for violations of COVID-19 workplace safety requirements. Total penalties, including other workplace violations, are $5,500. READ FULL CITATION
High Point Roofing, LLC of Holton, was fined $2,100 for violations of COVID-19 workplace safety requirements. Total penalties including other workplace violations, are $5,300. READ FULL CITATION
Sid’s Professional Roofing & More, LLC of Covert, was fined $2,100 for violations of COVID-19 workplace safety requirements. Total penalties, including other workplace violations, are $8,200. READ FULL CITATION
Michigan Web Press DBA Stafford Media Solutions in Greenville, will be fined $4,200 for violations of COVID-19 workplace safety requirements. Total penalties, including non-COVID citations, are $7,800. READ FULL CITATION
The State of Michigan is not fooling around with violators of Health Safety orders. They have been and will continue to monitor Michigan businesses to assure the safety of all of our residents and people in the workforce. Covid-19 may be trending down at this time, but we can’t let our guard down for a minute. The more aggressive strain of Covid-19 has already been identified here in Michigan.

Links and citation attachments courtesy of MLive.

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