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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 92322.015 01/04/2017 0352440   Employee Is Exposed To Carbon Monoxide, And Becomes Dizzy,
2 202546057 01/06/2014 0950641   2399 Employee Amputates Finger In Rotating Exhaust Fan
3 202556338 07/22/2013 0950631 X 1521 Handyman Installing Attic Exhaust Fan Is Found Dead
4 202545885 07/03/2013 0950641   7996 Employee Amputates Finger-Tip When Caught Pulley
5 201496882 06/02/2012 0950625   4911 Worker Sustains Burn From Leaking Heat Exchanger
6 201077922 04/05/2012 0950632   1799 Employee Injures Lungs After Inhaling Hot Air From Turbine
7 202492955 01/25/2012 0950621   3714 Employee Partially Amputates Finger Using Hydraulic Ram
8 200533735 09/10/2010 0751910   7011 Employee'S Fingers Are Amputated By Belt And Pulley
9 202456265 03/08/2010 0950642   3499 Employee Suffers Pinched Finger In Clamp Die
10 202613071 03/05/2010 0950633   1542 Employee Suffers Multiple Injuries In Fall From Roof
11 202540951 11/11/2009 0950641   5812 Employee Is Injured In Fall From Fixed Ladder
12 200358141 10/28/2009 0453710 X 3564 Employee Working In Confined Space Collapses, Later Dies
13 202529822 09/29/2009 0950635   8412 Employee Amputates Finger When Caught In Belt Drive
14 202468161 05/20/2009 0950643   5812 Employee'S Finger Is Amputated By Fan Belt And Pulley
15 200074029 03/20/2009 0453720   3365 Fire And Explosion Occurs In Foundry Exhaust Bag House
16 170835680 03/27/2008 0950615   3444 Employee Is Injured In Fall Through Skylight On Roof
17 201613650 12/02/2007 1054193   2611 Employee Is Exposed To Chlorine Dioxide Gas At Pulp Mill
18 200032944 05/04/2007 0521700   3369 Employee Is Injured When Exposed To Acid
19 202464897 04/06/2007 0950643   7992 Employee'S Finger Is Amputated By Unguarded Exhaust Fan Belt
20 201148533 10/31/2006 0950631   1771 An Overhead Exhaust Vent Falls On Worker Who Is Hospitalized

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