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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 109337.01 09/14/2018 0521100   Employee Drinks Corrosive Liquid And Sustains Internal Burn
2 109287.01 08/05/2018 0355121   Employee Sustains Chemical Burn After Chemical Reaction
3 106615.01 04/12/2018 0317900   Employee Is Chemically Burned By Sodium Hydroxide While Fill
4 103058.01 02/06/2018 0418200   Employee Is Sprayed With Sulfuric Acid And Sustains Burns
5 103443.01 01/24/2018 0551701   Employee Is Splashed By Corrosive And Sustains Chemical Burn
6 103717.01 01/18/2018 1054193   Employee Is Injured When Splashed By Corrosive Chemical
7 101811.01 12/17/2017 0627100   Two Employees Are Sprayed With Corrosive Chemicals And Susta
8 100734.01 11/06/2017 0134000   Employee Is Splashed With Sodium Hydroxide While Transferrin
9 97305.015 07/14/2017 0418200   Employee Is Splashed With Corrosive Chemicals And Receiving
10 95451.015 05/05/2017 0215600   Two Employees Sustain Respiratory Irritation, Chest Pain, An
11 66950.015 08/15/2014 0936300 X Employee Sustains Second Degree Burns From Chemicals, And La
12 202531612 10/24/2012 0950664   723 Two Refrigeration Technicians Sustain Corneal Burns
13 200361467 09/10/2012 0453710   5411 Employee Suffers Chemical Burn To Eyes
14 201023991 12/15/2011 0950615   5169 Worker Handling Sulfuric Acid Falls And Receives Burns
15 201496338 11/02/2011 0950625   5713 Employee Splashes Potassium Hydroxide In Face And Eyes
16 202551503 02/15/2010 0950631   7996 Stepped Into Bucket Causing Chemical Burns
17 200651685 02/09/2010 0521100 X 3471 Employee Is Killed, Two Are Burned In Dip Tank Explosion
18 202519773 09/26/2009 0950624   4214 Employee Suffers Burns When Contacts Molten Sulfur
19 202529558 07/10/2009 0950664   5191 Employee Is Burned By Acid When Hose Separates
20 201492659 03/29/2009 0950625   2099 Employee Sustains Chemical Burns While Cleaning

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