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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 98127.015 07/18/2017 0950621   Employee Is Installing Pipe Valve And Suffers Multiple Burn
2 96888.015 06/21/2017 0523900   Employee'S Fingertip Is Amputated When Caught By Nip Point
3 96649.015 06/17/2017 0551701   Employee Is Exposed To Chlorine When Cylinders Leak
4 96417.015 06/12/2017 0950633   Employee'S Finger Is Caught By Falling Metal Pallet And Ampu
5 96407.015 06/12/2017 0830300   Employee Is Struck By A Cap When Vapors Ignite While Cutting
6 95910.015 05/18/2017 0830600   Employee Is Sprayed With Hot Oil And Is Hospitalized
7 95211.015 04/28/2017 0418800   Employee Receives Burn From Propane When Schedule 80 Couplin
8 93697.015 03/06/2017 0950633 X Employee Is Struck By Pressurized Steel Cover And Is Killed
9 93530.015 02/17/2017 0626000   Employee Suffers Severe Body Damage Due To Air Pressure Rele
10 93373.015 02/15/2017 0522500   Employee Is Injured By Flying Metal Shards And Suffers Multi
11 93073.015 02/07/2017 0729700   Employee Is Sprayed With Ammonia (Nh3) And Is Hospitalized
12 93043.015 02/06/2017 0523900 X Employee Catches Fire And Is Killed During Welding Operation
13 96656.015 02/06/2017 0950632   Worker Carrying Cylinder Falls From Ladder And Fractures His
14 92194.015 01/10/2017 0627100   Employee Is Burned When Over-Pressurization Of Pump Ignites
15 94252.015 01/09/2017 0111100   Employee Sustains Burns While Delivering Propane Gas To Resi
16 92182.015 01/06/2017 0418100   Employee Is Burned And Hospitalized When Forklift Catches Fi
17 88626.015 09/13/2016 0155010 X Employee Is Killed When Roof Collapses
18 93654.015 09/09/2016 0950643   Employee Is Injured When Gas Cylinders Falls Of Landing
19 84392.015 04/12/2016 0626000 X Employee Is Struck And Killed When Pipeline Hot Tap Install
20 84627.015 04/12/2016 0626000 X Two Employees Killed When High-Pressure Gas Pipeline Explode

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