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• Herrera Roofing LLC, Milwaukee, must pay a $375 fall-protection citation because the period to contest the violation has ended. The company was issued the citation Feb. 26 during a roofing job at 4230 W. Oklahoma Ave., Milwaukee.
• Kintgen & Son Construction Inc., Two Rivers, must pay a $1,500 aerial-lifts citation because the period to contest the violation has ended. The company was issued the citation Feb. 24 during a siding job in Mishicot.
• C.P.R. Inc., Elkhorn, reached an informal settlement with OSHA on March 4 to reduce a $750 hazard-communication citation to $450, a $750 occupational-noise-exposure citation to $450, a gases-vapors-fumes-dusts-and-mists citation to $450 and two respiratory-protection citations, totaling $1,500, to $900. The company was issued the citations Feb. 22 during a concrete job in Barneveld.
• Vosberg Construction LLC, Columbus, reached an informal settlement with OSHA on March 29 to reduce an $800 eye-and-face-protection citation to $400 and a $4,000 fall-protection citation to $1,800. The company was issued the citations March 24 during a single-family housing job at 825 Cheshire Castle Way, Verona.
• Creative Designs Inc., Marshall, reached an informal settlement with OSHA on April 1 to reduce a $1,500 fall-protection-training citation to $1,000; a $1,050 electrical-installation-safety-requirements citation to $0; two fall-protection citations, totaling $2,550, to $1,600; and two ladders citations, totaling $2,100, to $1,000. The company and OSHA also agreed to dismiss two ladders citations, totaling $2,100. The company was issued the citations March 25 during a multifamily housing job in Windsor.
• RLD Construction, Pardeeville, reached an informal settlement with OSHA on April 7 to reduce a $1,500 fall-protection citation to $1,050. The company was issued the citation March 25 during a multifamily housing job at 3818 Dawn Road, Madison.
• RBI Construction Inc., Sparta, reached an informal settlement with OSHA on April 9 to reduce a $1,050 eye-and-face-protection citation to $600, a $1,050 fall-protection citation to $600 and two scaffolding citations, totaling $3,000, to $1,600. The company was issued the citations March 24 during a multifamily housing job in Sparta.
• Exterior Renovations LLC, Middleton, reached an informal settlement with OSHA on April 13 to reduce a $1,500 fall-protection citation to $750 and a $1,500 fall-protection-training citation to $750. The company was issued the citations March 25 during a roofing job at 5303 Tonyawatha Trail, Monona.

PREVIOUS OSHA REPORTS FROM THE DAILY REPORTER

The OSHA report from April 23, 2010

The OSHA report from April 16, 2010

The OSHA report from April 9, 2010

The OSHA report from April 2, 2010

The OSHA report from March 26, 2010

The OSHA report from March 19, 2010

The OSHA report from March 12, 2010

The OSHA report from March 4, 2010

The OSHA report from Feb. 26, 2010

The OSHA report from Feb. 19, 2010

The OSHA report from Feb. 11, 2010

The OSHA report from Feb. 5, 2010

The OSHA report from Feb. 1, 2010

The OSHA report from Jan. 22, 2010

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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