Since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic through Nov. 5, the U.S. Department of Labor & # 39 ;s Occupational Safety and Health Administration has issued 204 citations from pandemic-related violations inspections, resulting in proposed penalties totaling 2.9 million dollars. 
According to a statement on Friday, OSHA inspections have resulted in the agency citing employers for violations that include not conducting written respiratory protection programs, failing to provide medical evaluations, respirator fitting tests, training in the proper use of respiratory protection and personal protective equipment, which do not reports or records injuries and deaths, among other violations. Several companies were also cited for failing to comply with OSHA's general customs clause, which requires employers to provide safe workplaces.
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OSHA has withdrawn at least one citation to a medical center in Rockville Center, New York, after the employer provided evidence of a good faith attempt to meet the current standard, according to the statement.
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