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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 104153.01 03/26/2018 0854910 X Employee Is Killed When Pyrotechnic Chemicals Explode
2 104117.01 03/15/2018 0626700   Employee Is Burned When Splashed With 93% Sulphuric Acid Whi
3 101958.01 12/13/2017 0950624   Restaurant Worker Sustains Chemical Burns To Face
4 105360.01 12/01/2017 0214500   Employee Falls From Ladder And Sustains Second And Third Deg
5 101177.01 11/18/2017 0950631   Employee Slips And Plunges Arm Into Corrosive Chemical Bath,
6 104455.01 11/15/2017 0950651   Employee Clearing Concrete Spray Line Is Struck In Eyes
7 100884.01 11/10/2017 0636900   Employee Suffers Chemical Burn To Hand From Propane Tank
8 101070.01 11/06/2017 0950614   Employee Splashed By Hot Oil Incurs Chemical Burns
9 100734.01 11/06/2017 0134000   Employee Is Splashed With Sodium Hydroxide While Transferrin
10 103478.01 11/04/2017 0950623   Employee Cleans Pasteurizer With Chemical Cleaner And Suffer
11 100379.01 10/25/2017 0523400   Employee Sustains Chemical Burns While Cleaning Out A Pressu
12 100155.01 10/19/2017 0522300   Employee Is Cleaning Equipment And Suffers Chemical Burns To
13 99783.015 10/09/2017 0316700   Employee Turns Valve Handle And Suffers A Chemical Burn
14 100106.01 10/09/2017 0522300   Employee Is Splashed With Chemical Mixture And Suffers Burns
15 100075.01 10/09/2017 0522300   Employee Is Splashed With Chemical Mixture And Suffers Burns
16 99753.015 10/05/2017 0524700   Employee Suffers Chemical Burns When Trying To Contain A Che
17 99820.015 09/29/2017 0830100   Employee Suffers Multiple Chemical Burns To Face And Body Wh
18 100497.01 09/26/2017 1054191   Employee Falls Into Acidic Fluids And Burns Both Feet
19 100804.01 09/10/2017 0355121   Employee Is Splashed In Face With Corrosive Liquid
20 98946.015 09/08/2017 0950614   Employee Sustains Second Degree Burns In An Explosion

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