Nevada health and safety inspectors found that approximately 88% of the companies visited Monday follow state COVID-19 compliance measures.
The Nevada Occupational Safety and Health Administration observed COVID-19 protocols at 73 state-owned companies in a variety of public facilities to examine whether companies followed face-protection rules, maintained social distance, and followed guidelines for cleaning and disinfection. Nevada OSHA found that 100% of the casinos and hotel pools it inspected complied with COVID-19 health and safety recommendations, and that 92% of the observed restaurants followed recommended protocols.
Among other industries visited, inspectors observed COVID-1
- 83% of the 18 gyms visited
- 75% of four pools not visited hotel / casino
- 75% compliance in a water park
- No compliance at a car sales / service center  Nevada OSHA has received nearly 1,300 coronavirus-related complaints since mid-March, and the agency has surveyed nearly 1,800 companies in the state and found a cumulative compliance rate of about 80%, with 86 % compliance in northern Nevada and 74% compliance in southern Nevada.
The Agency has issued 98 citations from these investigations with average penalties between $ 4,390 and $ 5,880.
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