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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
81 200201283 12/11/2000 0418200   3273 Employee Struck By Bobcat
82 014348015 06/29/1988 0418300 X 3341 Employee Dies Of Burns Sustained Cleaning Incinerator Tank
83 201270733 04/05/1999 0418300 X 3341 One Employee Killed, Another Injured In Flash Fire
84 105638.01 05/09/2018 0418300   Employee Is Caught In Combustible Dust Fire And Suffers Mult
85 117152.01 06/04/2019 0418400   Employee Amputates Finger While Using Saw
86 014352264 10/24/1985 0418400 X 2861 Vinsol(Resin) Dust Explosion Burned Employee To Death
87 200450294 07/08/1997 0418600   2869 Employee Burned When Exposed Wiring Ignites Chemical
88 014352512 03/25/1985 0418600   3792 Employees Inhaled Large Quantities Of Dry Extinguisher Dust
89 200670032 11/05/1995 0418800 X 5032 Employee Killed In Fall From Elevated Pipe
90 101360774 07/01/1998 0419400   3841 Four Employees Injured In Flash Dust Fire
91 201361813 05/16/2002 0419400 X 3069 Twelve Employees Injured In Bagging Bin Explosion
92 101023.01 11/17/2017 0419400   Employees Are Burned By Fire Ball From Coal Pulverizer
93 101033.01 11/17/2017 0419400   Employee Is Caught By A Combustible Dust Fire And Suffers Se
94 201361847 08/08/2002 0419400 X 4221 Employee Is Killed In Fire Caused By Electrical Spark
95 123188.01 01/13/2020 0419700   Employee Cuts Two Fingers In Chop Saw Blade
96 201352242 08/18/2003 0419700 X 3089 Employee Died From Explosion Of A Dehydration System
97 201350196 11/14/1996 0419700 X 2899 Two Employees Killed In Explosion
98 014518161 05/12/1986 0419700   4213 Inhalation Of A Toxic Dust. (P-Nitroaniline)
99 014342471 07/11/1996 0420600 X 3732 Employee Of Fiberglass Boat Plant Dies Of Lung Cancer
100 014338586 01/09/1996 0420600 X 3714 Employee Dies After Being Burned In Flash Fire

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