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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 109272.01 03/25/2018 0112600 X One Employee Dies, Another Is Hospitalized From Carbon Monox
2 102977.01 01/31/2018 0728900 X Employee Dies After Exposure To Hydrogen Sulfide And Carbon
3 101649.01 12/13/2017 0521100   An Employee Becomes Unconscious While Washing The Interior O
4 100538.01 11/03/2017 0728500   Four Employees Are Exposed To Elevated Carbon Monoxide Level
5 100645.01 10/24/2017 0111500   Employee Is Hospitalized After Exposure To Carbon Monoxide
6 100499.01 10/05/2017 1054193   Employee Is Poisoned By Carbon Monoxide From Compressor
7 104017.01 09/21/2017 0950644   Employee Clearing Drain Is Poisoned By Carbon Monoxide
8 98785.015 09/05/2017 0521100   Five Employees Are Hospitalized After Exposure To High Level
9 100433.01 08/26/2017 0352420   Employee Is Hospitalized After Carbon Monoxide Exposure
10 100432.01 08/26/2017 0352420   Employee Is Exposed To Carbon Monoxide Vapors
11 101862.01 08/16/2017 0419400   Two Employees Are Overcome By Carbon Monoxide And Rendered U
12 98118.015 08/11/2017 0352420   Worker Operating Power Saw Is Poisoned By Carbon Monoxide
13 96997.015 06/28/2017 0729300   Employee Using A Welder Is Overcome By Carbon Monoxide
14 94453.015 04/03/2017 0523300 X Employee Is Killed From Exposure To Carbon Monoxide
15 95203.015 03/23/2017 0355123   Employees Become Ill After Exposure To Exhaust From Gas Powe
16 93850.015 02/28/2017 0830300   Worker Is Hospitalized After Sustaining Carbon Monoxide Pois
17 93864.015 02/16/2017 1054191   Three Employees Suffer Carbon Monoxide Inhalation From Fault
18 92847.015 02/03/2017 0950643 X Employee Is Overcome By Fumes And Is Killed
19 95879.015 02/02/2017 0316700   Two Workers In Enclosed Space Are Poisoned By Carbon Monoxid
20 93871.015 01/28/2017 0751910   An Employee Is Poisoned By Excess Carbon Monoxide In A Break

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