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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 113262.01 01/28/2019 0213100   Employee Sustains Chemical Burns When Coming In Contact With
3 113271.01 01/28/2019 0213100   Employee Sustains Multiple Chemical Burns After Coming Into
4 112325.01 12/31/2018 0950614   Four Employees Sustain Possible Chemical Exposure
5 110527.01 10/26/2018 0522000   Three Employees Sustain Multiple Burns During Flash Fire Whe
6 110112.01 10/02/2018 0626300   Employee Ingests Cleaning Solution And Later Dies
7 109287.01 08/05/2018 0355121   Employee Sustains Chemical Burn After Chemical Reaction
8 107560.01 06/28/2018 0552652   Employee Incurs Difficulty Breathing While Cleaning Windows
9 106414.01 05/08/2018 0950625   Employee Inhales Cleaning Chemical And Is Hospitalized With
10 104711.01 03/30/2018 0420600   Employee Is Preparing Cleaning Solution And Suffers Chemical
11 105130.01 03/26/2018 0627510   Employee Mixes Drink In Water Bottle And Is Hospitalized Aft
12 109380.01 03/15/2018 0950631   Employee Suffers Burns When Vapor Flash Occurs
13 102102.01 01/03/2018 0728900   Employee'S Hand Is Burned When Saturated With Cleaning Solve
14 103257.01 12/25/2017 0950624   Employee Is Splashed In The Eye With Chemical
15 101252.01 12/02/2017 0625700 X Employee Is Found Unresponsive And Later Dies
16 105360.01 12/01/2017 0214500   Employee Falls From Ladder And Sustains Second And Third Deg
17 102031.01 11/26/2017 0551800 X Employee Is Killed In Flash Fire While Cleaning With Solvent
18 103478.01 11/04/2017 0950623   Employee Cleans Pasteurizer With Chemical Cleaner And Suffer
19 102027.01 06/28/2017 0950632   Employee Is Hospitalized After Ingesting Coil Cleaner
20 93149.015 02/08/2017 0522500   Employee Is Caught Between Rotating Slitter Heads, Resulting

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