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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 83326.015 02/25/2016 0625500 X Employee Electrocuted While Repairing A Hotel Air Conditioni
2 57788.015 02/06/2014 0625700 X One Employee Killed And Two Injured By Electrical Shock And
3 47926.015 07/09/2013 0627500 X Employee Touches Energized Wire With Uninsulated Tool And Is
4 202508529 06/06/2011 0950622   1721 Electric Shock - Contact With Energized Conductor
5 202363297 09/26/2007 0352450   1731 Employee Lacerates Thumb When Shocked By Energized Wire
6 202465266 06/05/2007 0950643   1731 Employee Burned By Electrical Arc From Circuit Breaker Panel
7 200812196 08/06/2006 0627400 X 1731 One Employee Killed, One Coworker Injured In Arc Flash
8 201762663 07/12/2006 0626600 X 1731,1542 Employee Electrocuted While Installing Lighting Fixture
9 201148244 07/10/2006 0950631   1711 Employee Burned By Shock From Contact With Hvac Capacitor
10 200758266 06/20/2006 0522500   1731 Employee Burned By Arc Flash In Repair Of Hvac Pump Switch
11 202359691 02/03/2006 0352430   1731 Employee Burned By Arc Flash From Electrical Box
12 201506268 01/10/2006 0950614   1731 Employee Burned When Short Circuit Causes Fire
13 202315560 12/14/2005 0950612   1731 Employee Burned In Arc Flash From Switchboard
14 201020310 09/24/2004 0950615   1761 Employee Fractures Hip In Fall From Storage Area
15 201117512 09/04/2004 0950643 X 1521 Employee Electrocuted While Working In Crawl Space
16 201202645 08/09/2004 1054114   1731 Employee Burned By Contact With Overhead Power Line
17 200552651 07/31/2002 0625700 X 5211 Employee Is Killed When Shocked And Fall From Ladder
18 120164991 06/23/2002 0950631   9631 Utility Worker Receives Electric Shock From Power Line
19 201155868 06/05/2002 0950633   1731 Employee Burned By Arc Flash Working On Circuit Panel
20 201281342 05/10/2002 0418100 X 1731 Employee Electrocuted While Replacing A Light Fixture

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