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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 200377612 06/01/2015 0454510   1623 Burn - Electrical Fault In Transformer
2 201623907 04/07/2014 1054116   1731 Worker Sustains Concussion In Fall Through Ceiling
3 202558094 03/19/2014 0950631   1731 Two Workers Are Burned In Electric Arc Flash
4 200536464 03/05/2014 0751910 X 1731 Electrical Foreman Is Electrocuted
5 202720348 03/01/2014 0950633   1731 Electrician Apprentice Incurs Partial Amputation Of Finger
6 202557609 02/06/2014 0950631   1731 Electrician Supervisor Incurs Fractures In Fall From Ladder
7 202532537 12/12/2013 0950664   2911 Falling Power Panel Crushes Electrician'S Toes
8 200376648 12/11/2013 0454510   1731 Worker Is Burned In Arc Flash From Electric Panelboard
9 202479499 11/14/2013 0950644   1731 Electrical Worker Is Injured In 12 Ft Fall From A Ladder
10 202615183 11/05/2013 1054112 X 1522,1731 One Employee Is Electrocuted And Another Is Not Injured
11 202556627 09/30/2013 0950631 X 1623 Worker Is Electrocuted While Working In Electrical Vault
12 202082426 09/30/2013 0453730   1731 Electrician Injured In An Arc Flash
13 202556635 09/24/2013 0950631 X 1731 Employee Suffers Electrocution When Contact 480 Volt Current
14 202715603 09/13/2013 0950633 X 1731 Worker Contacts Energized Conductor And Is Electrocuted
15 202715538 09/06/2013 0950633 X 1731 Electrical Worker Is Killed While Pulling Wire
16 202615100 09/05/2013 1054111   1731,1541,4911 Worker Is Burned In Arc Blast When Bolt Contacts Live Elect
17 202658464 09/05/2013 0950643   1731 Electrical Worker Is Shocked While Installing Switch Gear
18 202458287 08/27/2013 0950647 X 2099 Employee Dies From Electrocution In Amp Test
19 200075463 08/23/2013 0453720   4911 Lineman Is Shocked When Rod Contacts High Voltage Line
20 202556825 08/23/2013 0950631   1731 Worker Sustains Multiple Fractures In Fall From Ladder

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