Cal/OSHA Cites Santa Rosa Police, Bay Area Hospitals, Care Facilities Over COVID Violations

24 September 2020

OAKLAND (CBS SF) — Cal/OSHA has cited the Santa Rosa Police Department, along with several Bay Area hospitals and skilled nursing facilities for failing to protect employees from COVID-19, the agency announced Wednesday.

The safety and health citations come with proposed penalties ranging from $2,060 to $32,000, depending on the severity.

Aside from Santa Rosa Police, Sutter Health’s California Pacific Medical Center Davies Campus in San Francisco, and the Santa Clara Valley Medical Center main campus on S. Bascom in San Jose were cited for violations of the state’s COVID-19 protocols for workers exposed to the virus.

In addition, Hayward’s Gateway Care & Rehabilitation Center, and San Jose’s Canyon Springs Post-Acute and Ridge Post-Acute were also cited.

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