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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 100379.01 10/25/2017 0523400   Employee Sustains Chemical Burns While Cleaning Out A Pressu
2 99114.015 09/16/2017 1054196   Two Employees Are Overcome By Vapors When Two Cleaning Chemi
3 97208.015 07/06/2017 0352420   Employee Is Sprayed With Corrosive Chemicals And Suffers Che
4 97010.015 07/03/2017 0728500   Employee Is Burned From Chemical Reaction While Mixing Clean
5 95926.015 05/19/2017 0552652 X Employee Is Struck By Lid During Welding And Is Killed
6 98663.015 05/16/2017 0150900   Employee Is Overcome By Fumes And Suffers Seizure
7 91956.015 01/09/2017 0418800   Employee'S Leg And Arm Are Amputated In Chemical Explosion
8 88630.015 08/23/2016 0420600 X Employee Dies From Asthma After Exposure To Chemicals At Wor
9 74768.015 03/11/2015 0418300 X One Employee Is Killed And One Is Burned From An Explosion A
10 201130309 01/08/2014 0950613   8731 Three Employees Suffer Burns In Laboratory Explosion
11 202692315 12/17/2013 0950624   2022 Employees Suffer Chemical Inhalation When Exposed To Gas
12 202532305 09/23/2013 0950635   2821 Two Employees Are Injured In Chemical Fire
13 202691572 07/03/2013 0950624   161 Two Employees Suffer Lung Poisoning When Peroxide Explodes
14 48226.015 07/03/2013 0830300 X Employee Suffers A Reaction To Chemical Exposure And Later D
15 201129715 05/15/2013 0950613   4953 Employee Burned In Chemical Fire
16 27155.015 08/24/2012 0625700 X Employee Is Burned In Chemical Fire
17 202457867 07/20/2012 0950647   3479 Worker Mixing Chemicals Is Burned When Solution Erupts
18 202614475 05/30/2012 1054191   5169 Chlorine Gas Leak Causes Inhalation Burns To Worker
19 202614442 05/30/2012 1054191   2026 Truck Driver Sustains Burns From Inhaled Chemicals
20 200074987 04/23/2012 0453720   5169 Employee Is Hospitalized After Chemicals Splashed His Arms

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