• Lamd Contractors LLC, Minneapolis, must pay a $3,000 eye-and-face-protection citation, a $2,400 fall-protection citation and a $2,400 ladders citation because the period to contest the violations has ended. The company was issued the citations July 26 during a roofing job at 2520 W. Fourth St., Appleton.
• AG Excavating Inc., Green Bay, must pay a $3,000 specific-excavations-requirements citation and a $3,000 requirements-for-excavation-protective-systems citation because the period to contest the violations has ended. The company was issued the citations Aug. 16 during a water- and sewer-line job in Howard.
• Carlos Herrera, Madison, reached a formal settlement with OSHA on July 5 to reduce a $4,200 fall-protection citation to $500. The company was issued the citation Dec. 10, 2010, during a roofing job at 1721 W. Main St., Sun Prairie.
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