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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
181 100030162 01/17/1997 0521700   4932 Two Employees Exposed To Phosgene Gas
182 200033520 10/20/2009 0521700 X 7538 Employee Is Killed When Crushed By Sweeper Hopper
183 014357966 03/14/1995 0521700   4231 Employees Treated For Potenial Nitric Oxide Exposure
184 127576.01 07/08/2020 0521700 X One Employee Is Killed And Other Incurs Hearing Loss When Co
185 200031342 10/19/2001 0521700 X 7538 Employee Killed When Crushed By Dump Truck
186 201953486 05/09/2003 0522000   8734 Employee Is Burned From Cylinder Explosion
187 000700005 08/22/1996 0522000 X 3462 Employee Killed When Struck By Cylinder Cover
188 201953056 08/17/1998 0522000 X 3465 Employee Killed When Struck By Baffle Plate
189 014369698 12/07/1998 0522300 X 4212 Employee Killed In Fall From Boom Truck
190 114839.01 03/19/2019 0522300   Two Employees Are Injured When Caught By Cylinder Explosion,
191 85762.015 06/03/2016 0522300 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By Pressurized Valve
192 141799.01 12/02/2021 0522300   Employee Partially Amputates Finger When Rebuilding Hydrauli
193 000852236 11/04/1989 0522300 X 3069 Employee Killed When Crushed In Elevator Shaft
194 118120.01 07/10/2019 0522300   Employee Falls And Incurs Multiple Fractures
195 200758415 03/03/2007 0522500   2752 Employee'S Foot Is Amputated By Paper Baler
196 200752293 05/29/2001 0522500 X 5093 Oxygen Cylinder Exploded While Being Cut
197 32876.015 06/06/2012 0522500   Employee Sustains An Amputation Of The Right Middle Finger W
198 116436.01 05/15/2019 0522500   Employee Amputates Finger From Wood Splitter
199 200801223 10/10/2004 0523300 X 3471 Employee Is Killed When Caught In Finish Grinder
200 014372924 05/05/1993 0523310   1711 Employee Burned When Cigarette Ignites Oxygen Explosion

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