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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 128975.01 08/25/2020 0522300 X Employee Is Killed After Exposure To Chemical Vapors
2 131994.01 06/30/2020 0830500 X Worker Is Killed By Chemical Inhalation While Stripping Surf
3 127236.01 06/18/2020 0636900 X Employee Inhales Toxic Fumes And Is Killed
4 130916.01 05/28/2020 0653510 X One Employee Is Killed And Two Are Injured In Tank Explosion
5 123249.01 01/10/2020 0453730 X Two Employees Are Exposed To Ammonia; One Is Killed, Other I
6 123217.01 01/06/2020 0418800 X Employee Is Asphyxiated While Changing Laundry Chemicals
7 125188.01 12/11/2019 0523300 X Employee Is Killed After Losing Consciousness From Chemical
8 121914.01 11/18/2019 0626000 X Employee Dies From Chemical Vapor Inhalation
9 121529.01 11/07/2019 0134000 X Employee Is Killed When Incompatible Cleaning Chemicals Are
10 120550.01 10/07/2019 0418100 X Employee Is Killed By Exposure To Dangerous Toxins While Res
11 120099.01 07/09/2019 0950411 X Employee Dies From Hazardous Chemical Inhalation
12 117602.01 06/25/2019 0257220 X Two Employees Are Killed In Oil Tank Explosion
13 117577.01 06/15/2019 1054191 X Employee Dies Of Cardiac Arrest, Possible Carbon Monoxide Po
14 117163.01 06/14/2019 0521400 X Employee Dies After Inhaling Concrete Sealant Vapors
15 116731.01 05/31/2019 0317700 X Employee Is Overcome In Solvent Railroad Car And Is Killed
16 116112.01 05/03/2019 0112000   Employee Inhales Chlorine Gas And Is Hospitalized
17 115665.01 04/23/2019 0317700   Electroplating Facility Employees Are Exposed To Nitric Acid
18 115014.01 04/02/2019 0626600 X One Employee Is Killed And Two Others Are Injured In Explosi
19 114383.01 03/11/2019 0213600   Four Employees Are Overcome By Chemical Vapors
20 114068.01 02/18/2019 0418200   Employee Experiences Loss Of Breath After Inhaling Material

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