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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 118419.01 07/05/2019 0950643 X Employee Is Killed From Exposure To High Heat And Fatigue
2 116535.01 05/23/2019 0627100 X Employee Moving Materials Dies Of Possible Heat Stroke
3 108167.01 06/28/2018 0355111   Employee Dies Of Undisclosed Medical Event
4 106991.01 06/26/2018 0523100   Employee Installing Electric Pole Is Struck By Vehicle, Frac
5 106100.01 05/17/2018 0626700   Employee Is Suffering From Heat Stress Symptoms And Is Hospi
6 104797.01 04/17/2018 0950621   Employee Suffers From Dehydration And Is Treated For Infecti
7 105885.01 03/21/2018 0950631   Employee Feels Exhausted And Dizzy During Exercise Routine A
8 100466.01 10/03/2017 0522000   Employee Operating Bandsaw Incurs Thumb Amputation
9 98785.015 09/05/2017 0521100   Five Employees Are Hospitalized After Exposure To High Level
10 101702.01 07/11/2017 0950641   Employee Suffers From Heat Related Illness
11 97130.015 06/30/2017 0627700   Worker Installing Fence Collapses From Heat Stroke
12 96187.015 05/22/2017 0950624   Employee Suffers Rhabdomyolysis And Is Hospitalized
13 202658860 12/26/2013 0950643   1751 Employee Is Working From Ladder, Falls And Is Injured
14 202458568 08/01/2013 0950647   761 Worker Suffers Heat Illness While Removing Almonds From Tree
15 202653721 10/01/2012 0950612 X 161 Farm Worker Collapses Later Dies Possible Heat Related
16 201078235 08/07/2012 0950632   3993 Employee Sustains A Heat Related Incident
17 201615200 07/10/2012 1054113   851 Ten Woodland Firefighters Are Injured In Traffic Accident
18 201495678 09/02/2011 0950625   172 Employee Feels Lightheaded While Picking Grapes
19 201495587 06/28/2011 0950625   172 Employee Is Treated For Heat-Related Illness
20 202005526 06/23/2011 0317000 X 1771 Employee Dies Form Hypertensive Cardiovascular Disease

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