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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 105769.01 04/24/2018 0552652   Employee Sustains Injuries From A Pressure Cooker
2 98503.015 08/26/2017 0213100   Two Employees Burned When Can Of Cooking Spray Ignites; One
3 96746.015 07/20/2017 0111400   Employee Is Boiling Water And Suffers Scalding Burns
4 98789.015 03/02/2017 0950615   Employee Is Cleaning Cooker And Lacerates Finger
5 93460.015 02/15/2017 1032500   Employee Is Burned By Hot Water While Operating Potato Peele
6 92983.015 09/19/2016 0950643   Employee Is Burned When Can Of Cooking Spray Explodes
7 202557559 12/26/2013 0950631   5812 Employee Is Scalded With Hot Water, Receives Multiple Burns
8 201079381 05/18/2013 0950632   8744 Employee Burns And Fractures Hip And Knee In Slip And Fall
9 202556668 05/12/2013 0950631   7992 Two Employees Suffers Burns When Butane Can Explodes
10 202674826 04/05/2013 0950621   761 Worker Burned While Cleaning Pressure Cooker
11 201024502 11/10/2012 0950615   5812 Employee Fractures Wrist And Forearm In A Food Grinder
12 202654018 11/03/2012 0950612   5812 Two Employees Receive Burns From Spray Can Explosion
13 201077690 02/15/2012 0950632   5411 Jammed Hot Tortilla Press Burns Employee'S Right Hand
14 202471355 01/25/2012 0950643   5812 Cook Gets Electric Shock While Cleaning Used Cooking Oil
15 201127438 02/10/2010 0950613   8051 Cook Is Burned By Hot Oil Spilled From Deep Fryer
16 200533313 01/25/2010 0751910   2038 Employee'S Finger Is Amputated In Cooker
17 202541348 10/10/2009 0950641   5812 Cook Is Burned When Propane Stove Flashes When Lit
18 201044252 07/04/2009 0953220   5812 Employee'S Body Is Burned With Hot Oil
19 202468096 05/03/2009 0950643   5812 Employee Is Burned By Boiling Water
20 202489225 04/21/2009 0950621   5812 Employee Experiences Heat Exhaustion While Grilling

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