What the Seafood Industry Can Learn From National Frozen Foods’ COVID-19 Safety Violation
Consumers are not the only ones navigating the “new normal” brought on by the coronavirus pandemic. Employers are being required to implement safety measures to protect their workers from contracting COVID-19. And now, one food processor has actually been cited for violating COVID-19 safety rules.
Oregon OSHA announced earlier this week that they have cited National Frozen Foods for failing to implement physical distancing measures to protect their workers from the spread of the virus. National Frozen Foods is located in Albany...
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