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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 120021.01 08/30/2019 0653510 X Employee Is Electrocuted While Servicing Hvac Unit
2 114716.01 03/22/2019 0419400 X Employee Dies From Third-Degree Burns
3 114318.01 03/05/2019 0627510   Two Employees Are Caught In Propane Gas Heater Explosion And
4 114160.01 03/04/2019 0627510 X Two Employees Are Killed In Explosion
5 106900.01 06/07/2018 1050210   Employee Suffers Injuries In Fall From Elevated Platform Whi
6 104562.01 03/29/2018 0214500   Employee Is Caught In Equipment Fire And Is Hospitalized Wit
7 105207.01 02/06/2018 0418200   Employee Contacts An Energized Conductor Wire And Sustains
8 102209.01 01/09/2018 0627100   Employee Falls And Incurs Facial Burns During Maintenance To
9 101825.01 12/15/2017 0950633   Employee Falls From Ladder And Fractures Foot And Leg
10 101083.01 11/02/2017 0830500   Employee Clearing Clogged Boiler Line Is Burned By Scalding
11 104667.01 10/23/2017 0950643   Employee Falls From Roof And Injures Pelvis
12 99463.015 08/09/2017 0950612   Worker'S Finger Cut Becomes Infected And Requires Treatment
13 97223.015 07/16/2017 0523400   Employee Falls From Height While Installing Insulation
14 93864.015 02/16/2017 1054191   Three Employees Suffer Carbon Monoxide Inhalation From Fault
15 93871.015 01/28/2017 0751910   An Employee Is Poisoned By Excess Carbon Monoxide In A Break
16 92449.015 01/20/2017 0317500   Employee Is Overwhelmed By Fumes And Hospitalized With Respi
17 80724.015 10/17/2015 0636900 X Employee Is Killed In Fall From Apartment Building
18 62654.015 06/05/2014 0419400 X Employee Collapses From Heat Stress
19 60370.015 02/11/2014 0317500 X Employee Is Killed In Explosion At Well Site
20 59388.015 02/10/2014 0522300 X Employee Catches On Fire And Is Killed

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