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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 115060.01 11/30/2018 0830600   Employee Sustains Burns When Caught By Flash Fire Of Thc Pro
2 111449.01 11/17/2018 0420600   Employee Sustains Third Degree Burns When Caught By Fire Fro
3 110330.01 10/08/2018 0420600   Employee Sustains Burns To Face And Arms When Butane Ignites
4 109402.01 04/12/2018 1054115   Employee'S Hands, Arms, And Face Are Burned While Vaporizing
5 101492.01 06/23/2017 0950635   Three Employees Are Caught In A Butane Canister Fire And Suf
6 202638235 03/28/2014 0551800 X 1541 Worker Dies From Burns After Spark Ignites Cigarette Lighter
7 202556668 05/12/2013 0950631   7992 Two Employees Suffers Burns When Butane Can Explodes
8 200981207 05/08/2012 0855610   2911 Four Employees Are Burned During Chemical Flash Fire
9 202550034 04/09/2009 0950631   9229 Employee Suffers Asthma Attack After Exposure To Chemicals
10 201167616 01/09/2006 0950641 X 2851 One Employee Dies, Two Are Injured In Paint Factory Fire
11 202357786 11/04/2005 0352450   5812 Two Employees Are Burned When Butane Cylinder Explodes
12 201125481 05/14/2005 0950613   5812 Employee Is Burned When Butane Gas Tank Explodes
13 201118817 12/22/2004 0950643   1389 Employee Falls From Scaffold
14 201146222 12/19/2004 0950631   5963 Three Employees Are Burned In A Propane Tank Explosion
15 201034667 12/08/2002 0950635   2911 Employee Gets Burns When Hot Condensate Gushes Out
16 201572203 09/24/2002 0830500   4213 Three Employees Are Burned In Butane Explosion
17 201351905 09/03/2002 0419700 X 5511 Employee Dies After Intentionally Inhaling Butane
18 201953270 06/28/2002 0522000 X 1623 Employee Dies Of Asphyxia From Butane Inhalation
19 201154374 03/07/2001 0950633   7011 Employee Suffers Second Degree Burns In Gas Fire
20 201770286 11/29/1997 0213900 X 2821,1389 Employee Killed In Explosion Of Polypropylene Dust

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