The new Apple headquarters features 45-foot-tall and curved panels of safety glass. According to Time, some staffers started to stick Post-It notes on the glass doors but were asked to remove them because “they detracted from the building’s design.” Another person familiar with the situation told Time there are other markings on the panels to identify the glass.
If the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration finds Apple has violated the law, the company could be subjected to fines, a spokeswoman from the California Department of Industrial Relations said.
According to the Verge, this wouldn't be the first time the company got in trouble for putting its "architectural vision before prioritizing safety." In 2012, an 83-year-old woman sued Apple after walking into a clear door at an Apple Store and breaking her nose.
Built by famed architect Norman Foster, the building is designed to house about 13,000 employees.
Last year, Wired magazine called the structure a "statement of openness, of free movement." In 2011, Apple co-founder Steve Jobs called the vision "a little like a spaceship landed."
The new campus was slated to open last year, but several employees began moving into the structure early this year.