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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 101936.01 08/02/2017 0950641   Worker, Hit By Shotcrete Spray, Incurs Abrasions/Burns
2 101395.01 08/01/2017 0950641   Worker Operating Nail Gun Shoots Nail Into Knee
3 97973.015 07/31/2017 0522500   Employee Suffers Fractures To Leg When Struck By Pressurized
4 98531.015 07/29/2017 0524500   Employee Suffers Amputation Of Two Fingertips When Caught In
5 97353.015 07/14/2017 0317900   Employee'S Knee Is Struck And Lacerated By Falling Forklift'
6 97075.015 07/06/2017 0627510   Employee Tripped And Fell On To A Hose Guard And Was Stabbed
7 97110.015 07/06/2017 0830500   Employee Is Struck By Bazooka Reel And Suffers Multiple Inju
8 101779.01 06/29/2017 0950632   Several Employees Are Struck And Injured By Ruptured Hose An
9 100933.01 06/27/2017 0950647   Two Employees Sustain Burns In Sulfuric Acid Exposure
10 97008.015 06/26/2017 0626700   Employee Handling Blasting Hose Is Struck By Blasting Media
11 98340.015 06/13/2017 0950633   Employee Falls From Roof, And Sustains Multiple Fractures
12 96345.015 06/08/2017 0355123   Employee Checking Sewer Pump Is Burned By Hot Water
13 96006.015 05/25/2017 0418300   Employee Is Sprayed By Hot Water And Receives First And Seco
14 96324.015 05/22/2017 0950623   Employee Sustains Burn From Release Of A Pressure Hose On An
15 95835.015 05/04/2017 0552651   Employee Is Struck By Concrete Hose And Is Hospitalized
16 95300.015 04/20/2017 0626600   Employee'S Eye Is Struck By Hose And Sustains Severe Lacerat
17 97482.015 04/15/2017 0523900   Employee'S Finger And Arm Are Fractured When Cleaning Inside
18 94922.015 04/07/2017 0950624   Employee Falls From Platform And Is Injured
19 94367.015 03/08/2017 0418400   Worker Handling Container Of Hot Oil Sustains Burns
20 95767.015 03/07/2017 0950647   Employee Inflating Tire Incurs Fractures When Tire Flies Up

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