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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 99938.015 09/14/2017 0636900   Employee Climbing Frame Falls And Incurs Multiple Fractures
2 98595.015 08/24/2017 0215000   Worker Erecting Scaffold Falls And Incurs Multiple Fractures
3 103229.01 08/22/2017 0950641   Worker Falls Down Stairs And Fractures Ankle
4 100147.01 08/09/2017 0950625   Worker Erecting Beam Falls And Fractures Ribs
5 101191.01 08/05/2017 0950612   Employee Falls While Securing Scaffold, Incurs Multiple Inju
6 99926.015 07/27/2017 0625700   Worker Falls While Erecting Scaffold, Fractures Pelvis And S
7 102105.01 07/27/2017 0950612   Worker Erecting Joists Falls And Incurs Multiple Injuries
8 97540.015 07/19/2017 0524500   Construction Worker Is Feeling Ill From The Outdoor Heat
9 97718.015 07/18/2017 0950633   Employee Unloading Truck Falls And Fractures Spine
10 96745.015 06/06/2017 0524700   Employee Erecting Scaffold Falls, Incurs Multiple Fractures
11 95053.015 03/07/2017 0950624   Worker Is Struck By Falling Metal And Leg Is Fractured
12 92692.015 01/28/2017 0950615   Worker Operating Nail Gun Shoots Self In Head
13 77760.015 01/20/2015 0728900   No Workers Were Injured When Improperly Erected Scaffold Col
14 202676045 03/15/2014 0950621 X 1799 Construction Helper Is Electrocuted While Erecting Scaffold
15 202082418 08/24/2013 0453730   7363 Temporary Worker Is Injured In Fall While Erecting Shelves
16 202509998 08/21/2013 0950622   1791 Steel Beam Erector Falls And Fractures Both Arms
17 200536027 07/17/2013 0751910   1629 Worker Falls And Breaks Foot When Ladder Falls
18 202544771 02/08/2013 0950641   1791 Employee Breaks Leg While Using Hand Held Remote Moving Iron
19 200626752 01/02/2013 0454716 X 1791 Worker Falls From Scaffold And Is Killed
20 201495348 07/26/2011 0950625   1731 Two Employees Are Injured In Structural Collapse

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