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• Feaker & Sons Co. Inc., De Pere, reached an informal settlement with OSHA on April 20 to reduce a $450 head-protection citation to $200 and two specific-excavation-requirements citations, totaling $2,250, to $1,400. The company was issued the citations April 14 during a water- and sewer-line job at 128 W. Wisconsin Ave., Neenah.

• JKL Roofing Inc., Big Bend, reached an informal settlement with OSHA on April 22 to reduce a $750 fall-protection citation to $525. The company was issued the citation April 20 during a roofing job at 1349 Rose Court, Waukesha.

• Moede’s Roofing & Insulation LLC, Waukesha, reached an informal settlement with OSHA on April 26 to reduce a $225 fall-protection citation to $157.50. The company was issued the citation April 20 during a roofing job at 18470 Surrey Lane, Brookfield.

• Halverson Brothers Plumbing & Heating Inc., Menomonie, reached an informal settlement with OSHA on April 27 to reduce a $1,000 safety-training-and-education citation to $500. The company was issued the citation April 19 during a plumbing, heating and air conditioning job at 515 Wilson Ave. W., Menomonie.

• Sims Roofing and Siding Inc., Cottage Grove, reached an informal settlement with OSHA on April 27 to reduce a $2,000 powered-industrial-trucks citation to $1,200 and a $2,000 scaffolding citation to $1,200. The company was issued the citations April 19 during a roofing job at 1103 Jenifer St., Madison.

• Alacran Contracting, Rockford, Ill., reached an informal settlement with OSHA on April 28 to reduce a $750 hazard-communication citation to $675 and two respiratory-protection citations, totaling $900, to $810. The company was issued the citations April 19 during a nonresidential building job at 2007 W. 12th St., Fort McCoy.

• Harold Tauschek & Sons Excavating & Snow Removal Inc., New Franken, reached an informal settlement with OSHA on May 3 to reduce a $450 head-protection citation to $315 and a $750 requirements-for-excavation-protective-systems citation to $525. The company was issued the citations April 20 during a water- and sewer-line job in Green Bay.

• Wes’ Masonry, Middleton, reached an informal settlement with OSHA on May 4 to reduce two scaffolding citations, totaling $3,000, to $1,800. The company was issued the citations April 19 during a masonry job in Madison.

• Home Renovation Plus, Milton, reached an informal settlement with OSHA on May 4 to reduce a $1,050 eye-and-face-protection citation to $735, a $1,500 fall-protection citation to $1,050, and two ladders citations, totaling $2,550, to $1,785. The company was issued the citations April 19 during a residential remodeling job in Janesville.

• Maas Brothers Construction Co. Inc., Watertown, reached an informal settlement with OSHA on May 5 to reduce a $1,400 material-handling-equipment citation to $840. The company was issued the citation April 14 during a nonresidential building job at 600 S. Church St., Watertown.

• Armor Shield Roofing Systems LLC, De Pere, reached an informal settlement with OSHA on May 10 to reduce a $1,050 fall-protection citation to $735. The company was issued the citations April 14 during a roofing job at 2902 Mt. View Ave., Schofield.

• Rhom Construction LLC, Eleva, reached an informal settlement with OSHA on May 10 to reduce a $1,000 safety-training-and-education citation to $500. The company was issued the citation April 19 during an industrial building job at 515 Wilson Ave. W., Menomonie.

• H&L Construction LLC, Sun Prairie, reached an informal settlement with OSHA on May 11 to reduce a $1,500 aerial-lifts citation to $900 and a $1,500 fall-protection citation to $900. The company was issued the citations April 19 during a siding job at 5194 E. Cheryl Parkway, Fitchburg.

• Wilderness Woodworks Inc., Hillsboro, reached a formal settlement with OSHA on May 14 to reduce a $450 housekeeping citation to $200; a $1,500 fire-protection citation to $800; a $1,500 scaffolding-training citation to $800; $1,500 stairways citation to $800; two fall-protection citations, totaling $1,950, to $1,000; and three scaffolding citations, totaling $4,500, to $2,400. The company was issued the citations Feb. 3 during a framing job at 402 Genesse St., Delafield.

• United Painting Inc., Forest Junction, will reach a formal settlement with OSHA on June 7 to reduce three lead citations, totaling $1,875, to $645 and four inorganic-arsenic citations, totaling $2,500, to $855. The company was issued the citations Dec. 15 during a painting and paper-hanging job in Richfield.

PREVIOUS OSHA REPORTS FROM THE DAILY REPORTER

The OSHA report from May 14, 2010

The OSHA report from May 7, 2010

The OSHA report from April 30, 2010

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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