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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 100504.01 10/31/2017 0751910   Employee Sustains Burns From Splash Of Anhydrous Ammonia
2 101383.01 10/31/2017 0751910   Employee Contacts Anhydrous Ammonia And Sustains 2nd Degree
3 99397.015 09/27/2017 0627510   Employee Inhales Chemical Gasses When A Pipe Broke
4 102107.01 07/11/2017 0950625   Two Employees Are Exposed To Ammonia Vapor Release
5 97062.015 07/05/2017 0751910   Employee Is Splashed By Anhydrous Ammonia And Suffers Chemic
6 96202.015 06/08/2017 0729700   Employee Is Overcome By Chemical Fumes And Suffers Respirato
7 95869.015 05/20/2017 0418100   Employee Is Sprayed With Ammonia From The Refrigeration Line
8 97568.015 05/11/2017 0950671   Uncontrolled Release Of Anhydrous Ammonia And No Employee Wa
9 94253.015 03/22/2017 0524500   Employee Suffers Burns From An Anhydrous Ammonia Splash
10 93968.015 03/13/2017 0627510   Employees Is Burned When Sprayed With Liquid Ammonia
11 92956.015 02/08/2017 0636900   Anhydrous Ammonia Leak At Plant With No Injuries
12 93073.015 02/07/2017 0729700   Employee Is Sprayed With Ammonia (Nh3) And Is Hospitalized
13 92607.015 01/09/2017 0636900   Worker Discovers Leak Of Anhydrous Ammonia And Escapes Injur
14 92100.015 01/09/2017 0636900   Worker Discovers Leak Of Anhydrous Ammonia, And Escapes Inju
15 86073.015 03/24/2016 0111400 X Employee Dies From Inhaling Chemical Vapors
16 202692570 03/25/2014 0950624   1711 Refrigerator Repair Worker Is Burned In Chemical Explosion
17 59508.015 03/20/2014 0728900 X One Employee Killed; Two Injured In Ammonia Explosion
18 202369633 09/16/2013 1055360   5191 Two Employees Suffer Chemical Burns
19 202532214 09/03/2013 0950635   2022 Employees Suffers Chemical Exposure
20 47186.015 06/24/2013 1032100 X Employee Is Severely Burned While Draining Oil, Later Dies

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