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•    Eau Claire Roofing Co. Inc., Eau Claire, must pay four scaffolding citations, totaling $3,000, because the period to contest the violations has ended. The company was issued the citations Nov. 23 during a roofing job at 2653 113th St., Chippewa Falls.
•    Cruz’s Roofing & Construction of Madison Inc., Madison, must pay two abatement-verification citations, totaling $800, because the period to contest the violations has ended. The company was issued the citations Nov. 20 after being cited during a roofing job at 3114 Oakridge Road, Madison.
•    Lightning Lighting LLC, Glendale, must pay a $1,500 vehicle-mounted-elevating-and-rotating-work-platforms citation and a $1,500 personal-protective-equipment citation because the period to contest the violations has ended. The company was issued the citations Dec. 18 during an electrical job at 6015 S. 60th St., Milwaukee.
•    Dale Bennett Construction LLC, Green Bay, must pay a $600 scaffolding citation because the period to contest the violation has ended. The company was issued the citation Nov. 24 during a single-family housing job at 1388 Bingham Drive, De Pere.
•    RMP Roofing, Appleton, must pay a $600 eye-and-face-protection citation and a $1,050 fall-protection citation because the period to contest the violations has ended. The company was issued the citations Nov. 24 during a roofing job in Appleton.
•    Nationwide Construction Inc., Fort Collins, Colo., reached an informal settlement with OSHA on Dec. 15 to reduce a $1,000 fall-protection citation to $700. The company was issued the citation Nov. 20 during a commercial and institutional building job at 819 W. Shorewood Drive, Eau Claire.
•    Primetime Construction LLC, New Glarus, reached an informal settlement with OSHA on Jan. 6 to reduce a $2,000 fall-protection citation to $800 and a $2,000 fall-protection-training citation to $800. The company was issued the citations Dec. 15 during a roofing job at 1100 E. Verona Ave., Verona.
•    PTS Contractors Inc., Green Bay, reached an informal settlement with OSHA on Jan. 13 to reduce a $1,225 specific-excavation-requirements citation to $857.50. The company was issued the citation Jan. 6 during a water- and sewer-line job in Oshkosh.
•    Lunda Construction Co., Black River Falls, reached an informal settlement with OSHA on Jan. 19 to reduce a $5,000 template-and-pilings citation to $2,500. The company was issued the citation Jan. 8 during a highway, street and bridge job in Oshkosh.
•    Lac Courte Oreilles Development Corp., Hayward, reached an informal settlement with OSHA on Jan. 20 to reduce a $500 annual-OSHA-injury-and-illness-survey-of-10-or-more-employers citation to $0. The company was issued the citation Dec. 23.
•    Roger Bowers & Sons Construction Co. Inc., paid a $450 specific-excavation-requirements citation Jan. 25. The company was issued the citation Jan. 13 during a water- and sewer-line job in Kaukauna.
•    Corporate Contractors Inc., Beloit, reached an informal settlement with OSHA on Jan. 28 to reduce 11 asbestos citations, totaling $29,500, to $16,000. The company and OSHA also agreed to dismiss eight asbestos citations, totaling $20,000. The company was issued the citations Jan. 11 during a nonresidential building job at 690 Third St., Beloit.
•    Pahlow Masonry LLC, Shiocton, reached an informal settlement with OSHA on Feb. 1 to reduce a $900 scaffolding citation to $630. The company was issued the citation Jan. 13 during a masonry job at 400 Office Court, Appleton.
•    Romi Construction Inc., New Berlin, reached an informal settlement with OSHA on Feb. 2 to reduce a $1,500 fall-protection citation to $1,000 and a $1,500 fall-protection-training citation to $0. The company was issued the citations Jan. 11 during a roofing job at 1718 Moccasin Trail, Waukesha.
•    Schweppe Construction, DeForest, reached an informal settlement with OSHA on Feb. 3 to reduce a $525 fall-protection citation to $250. The company was issued the citation Jan. 25 during a carpentry job at 2706 Birchwood Pass, Cross Plains.
•    Bechtel Construction Co., San Francisco, reached an informal settlement with OSHA on Feb. 3 to pay a $1,875 electrical-installation-safety-requirements-hazardous-locations citation. The company was issued the citation Jan. 25 during an industrial building job at 11050 S. Chicago Road, Oak Creek.
•    Sun Roofing Inc., Appleton, reached an informal settlement with OSHA on Feb. 4 to reduce a $750 fall-protection citation to $525. The company was issued the citation Dec. 22 during a roofing job in Eagle River.
•    Appleton Acoustical Systems Inc., Appleton, reached an informal settlement with OSHA on Feb. 4 to reduce a $2,000 fall-protection citation to $1,400. The company was issued the citation Jan. 21 during a specialty trade job at 400 Office Court, Appleton.
•    LaLonde Contractors Inc., Milwaukee, paid a $2,500 mechanical-power-transmission-apparatus citation Feb. 8. The company was issued the citation Dec. 21 during a highway and street construction job at 4159 W. Lisbon Ave., Milwaukee.
•    Hagen Contractors LLC, Sturtevant, reached an informal settlement with OSHA on Feb. 11 to reduce a $600 power-operated-hand-tools citation to $200 and a $750 fall-protection citation to $350. The company was issued the citations Jan. 25 during a framing job in Kenosha.
•    Jose Enriquez Construction, St. Paul, Minn., reached an informal settlement with OSHA on Feb. 11 to reduce a $600 powered-industrial-trucks citation to $300, a $600 eye-and-face-protection citation to $300 and two fall-protection citations, totaling $1,350, to $675. The company was issued the citations Jan. 25 during a roofing job in Hudson.
•    Market & Johnson Inc., Eau Claire, reached an informal settlement with OSHA on Feb. 11 to reduce a $3,500 scaffolding citation to $1,400 and to dismiss a $3,500 scaffolding citation. The company was issued the citations Jan. 25 during a nonresidential building job at 314 Jay St., La Crosse.
•    4 Seasons Exteriors Inc., New Berlin, reached an informal settlement with OSHA on Feb. 12 to reduce a $1,500 fall-protection citation to $750 and a $750 fall-protection-training citation to $0. The company and OSHA also agreed to dismiss a $1,500 fall-protection citation and a $750 fall-protection-training citation. The company was issued the citations Jan. 19 during a roofing job at 5018 W. State St., Milwaukee.
•    Consolidated Construction Co. Inc., Appleton, reached an informal settlement with OSHA on Feb. 17 to reduce a $1,125 fall-protection citation to $787.50 and to dismiss a $900 stairways-and-ladders citation. The company was issued the citations Jan. 21 during a roofing job at 2204 Crooks Ave., Kaukauna.
•    Action Quality Contractors, Beaver Dam, reached a formal settlement with OSHA on Feb. 26 to reduce a $1,050 eye-and-face-protection citation to $420, a $1,500 fall-protection citation to $600, a $1,500 fall-protection-training citation to $600 and a $750 ladders citation to $300. The company was issued the citations Nov. 19 during a roofing job at 121 Milwaukee St., Theresa.
•    J&J Construction, Madison, will reach a formal settlement with OSHA on March 12 to reduce a $750 eye-and-face-protection citation to $0, a $750 fall-protection citation to $300 and a $600 fall-protection-training citation to $300. The company was issued the citations Oct. 29 during a roofing job at 3133 Old Gate Road, Madison.

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The OSHA report from Jan. 18, 2010

The OSHA report from Jan. 11, 2010

The OSHA report from Dec. 31, 2009

The OSHA report from Dec. 24, 2009

The OSHA report from Dec. 18, 2009

The OSHA report from Dec. 11, 2009

The OSHA report from Dec. 4, 2009

The OSHA report from Nov. 25, 2009

The OSHA report from Nov. 20, 2009

The OSHA report from Nov. 13, 2009

The OSHA report from Nov. 5, 2009

The OSHA report from Oct. 30, 2009

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