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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 140416.01 10/21/2021 0625700 X Employee Is Killed When Sprayed By Hydrogen Fluoride
2 138480.01 08/24/2021 0355124   Employee Incurs Chemical Burns When Sprayed By Sodium Hydrox
3 134640.01 04/08/2021 0522500 X One Employee Is Killed, Nine Are Injured In Resin Plant Expl
4 134072.01 03/15/2021 0830100 X One Employee Is Killed And Another Incurs Burns After Oil Ta
5 131489.01 11/13/2020 0454713 X Employee Is Burned In Hydrochloric Acid Release
6 128788.01 08/17/2020 0521400   Employee Incurs Burns From Caustic Exothermic Reaction
7 128789.01 08/12/2020 0418300   Employee Is Severely Burned During Line Break
8 128342.01 08/04/2020 0521700   Employee Incurs Multiple Burns After Exposure To Hot Sulfur
9 132027.01 07/29/2020 0950632   Two Employees Are Injured By Burns During Maintenance
10 128581.01 07/25/2020 0950633   Employee Suffers Chemical Burn While Transferring Sanitizer
11 128163.01 07/24/2020 0454713   Two Employees Suffer Chemical Burns While Connecting Pipes
12 130948.01 07/23/2020 0453720 X Employee Dies After Suffering Caustic Chemical Burn On Legs
13 128189.01 07/23/2020 0418100   Employee Suffers Chemical Burns During Mixing Operations
14 127609.01 07/06/2020 0352410   Employee Burns Eyes, Face When Struck By Propane With No Ppe
15 126160.01 05/12/2020 0352460 X Employee Dies After Falling Into Industrial Paint Remover
16 123249.01 01/10/2020 0453730 X Two Employees Are Exposed To Ammonia; One Is Killed, Other I
17 123497.01 07/31/2019 0950624   Employee Burns Eyes And Face Due To Chemical Reaction
18 120512.01 07/31/2019 0950633   Employee Sustains Chemical Burns When Splashed With Caustic
19 118902.01 07/16/2019 0352420   Employee Incurs Chemical Burns During Bathtub Refinishing
20 118767.01 07/11/2019 0552652   Employee Is Burned When Pit Moving Acid Drum Hits Floor Hole

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