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LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- Nevada OSHA issued 11 workplace citations for the week beginning Aug. 10, nine of which were related to COVID-19 noncompliance.

Citations include: 

  • 8/11, Purcell Tire & Rubber Company, 1505 Newlands Drive, Fernley, NV 89408, $5,162
  • 8/13, The Tap (referral), 704 Nevada Way, Boulder City, NV 89005, $4,858
  • 8/13, Metro Pizza Northwest (referral), 6720 Sky Pointe Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89131, $6,073
  • 8/13, Mesquite Ford Lincoln RV, 76 Auto Mall Circle, Mesquite, NV 89027, $8,501
  • 8/13, Walmart #3847, 1120 West Pioneer Blvd., Mesquite, NV 89027, $12,617
  • 8/13, Neiman Marcus, 3200 S. Las Vegas Blvd., Suite 100, Las Vegas, NV 89109, $8,501
  • 8/13, Mesquite Lumber & Supply, 102 West Mesquite Boulevard, Mesquite, NV 89027, $8,501
  • 8/13, Rock’s 76, 8615 West Flamingo Road, Las Vegas, NV 89147, $6,073
  • 8/13, 7-Eleven Store #29633D, 4890 West Tropicana Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89103, $6,073
  • 8/13, U. S. Tire Center & Auto Repair, Inc., 1501 North Eastern Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89101, $2,892
  • 8/13, El Tarahumara Auto Service, 1250 North Eastern Avenue, Suite #3, Las Vegas, NV 89101, $4,048

According to Nevada OSHA, citations for Metro Pizza and The Tap were related to alleged workplace safety hazards. Nevada OSHA did not share what violations were alleged for any of the citations.

Neiman Marcus at Fashion Show Mall faced a citation just a week after other stores in the mall faced fines. Last week, Nevada OSHA announced that three Fashion Show Mall stores were fined $8,500 each for COVID-19 compliance issues. Representatives with Fashion Show Mall didn't respond to a request for comment last week.


Cities with compliance rates below the statewide average of 87 percent during the week beginning Aug. 10 include:

  • Dayton- 50 percent
  • Mound House- 50 percent
  • Carlin- 60 percent
  • Stagecoach- 60 percent
  • Battle Mountain- 83 percent
  • Virginia City- 85 percent
  • Jackpot- 86 percent
  • Las Vegas- 86 percent
  • Henderson- 86 percent

Cities with initial observed compliance rates at or above 90 percent during the week beginning Aug. 10 include:

  • Boulder City- 100 percent
  • Carson City- 100 percent
  • Silver Springs- 100 percent
  • Spring Creek- 94 percent
  • Wells- 92 percent
  • Wendover- 92 percent
  • Reno- 91 percent
  • Elko- 90 percent


Initial compliance rates for business sectors across the state (where 25 or more observations were conducted, except where noted) during the week beginning Aug. 10 include:

  • Automobile Sales and Service- 68 percent compliance
  • Other- 77 percent
  • Medical- 83 percent
  • General Retail- 85 percent
  • Clothing Stores- 90 percent
  • Hair, Nail and Tattoo Salons- 91 percent
  • Convenience Store- 91 percent
  • Grocery Stores- 92 percent
  • Restaurants- 94 percent
  • Gyms (22 observations)- 96 percent

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Article I, Section 10, Clause 1 of the United States Constitution, known as the Contract Clause, imposes certain prohibitions on the states. These prohibitions are meant to protect individuals from intrusion by state governments and to keep the states from intruding on the enumerated powers of the U.S. federal government.

You must first learn the meaning of the word STATES!! They have no jurisdiction unless you VOLUNTEER!! the people are being fooled!!


Pure communism. This is why you move your business to China if you can. Never again will i have employees or a office in America because of this corruption and communism


Only businesses they should be going after: big name grocery stores (Smith's, Albertsons), Walmart, Lowe's, home depot, Walgreens, CVS, And gas stations.


Why? Starmc26? In fact, WHY do we even have to wear a mask, when in reality, its all about control? Hmmm? I say NO MASK period. I don't like my rights being taken away, but YOU apparently DO.


You will obey or we will fine you out of business! Unlawful directives from Sissylak are unlawful. You ain't our daddy.


It is lawful, the state constitution allows the governor to restrict businesses in times of crisis including disease. He's not even the first Nevada governor to do require masks. These public health issues were settled by the supreme court over 100 years ago.


The county and state need money so go after businesses who are already struggling. Great job SISOLAK. Everyone can see what your really doing here to cover you failed COVID-19 leadership. You failed SISOLAK.

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