The owner of The New Blue Hen, which does business as Little Brown Hen, allowed indoor dining when it was prohibited in December and January, according to OSHA.
FLORENCE, Ore. — A restaurant in Florence, on the central Oregon Coast, was fined $17,800 for potentially exposing employees to COVID-19 by having indoor dining when it was prohibited earlier this year, according to the Oregon Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
After reports of safety concerns, two compliance offers with Oregon OSHA began the inspection process of The New Blue Hen, which does business as Little Brown Hen, on Jan. 4.
When compliance officers arrived
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