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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 101981.01 12/07/2017 0636900   Employee Spills Molten Aluminum During Pouring Operations An
2 102459.01 09/18/2017 0950614   Employee Sustains Second Degree Burns From Molten Zinc
3 98328.015 08/11/2017 0524700   Employee Steps Into Molten Metal Reservoir And Suffers Secon
4 97382.015 07/17/2017 0336000   Employee Receives Leg Burns When Jeans Catch Fire From Radia
5 96423.015 06/08/2017 0950624   Employee Is Burned By Molten Metal While Clearing Jam
6 96410.015 05/31/2017 0552652   Employee Is Burned When Molten Metal Explodes
7 95996.015 05/24/2017 0627510   Employee Is Struck By Molten Sulfur And Suffers Serious Faci
8 95910.015 05/18/2017 0830600   Employee Is Sprayed With Hot Oil And Is Hospitalized
9 94962.015 04/10/2017 0418300   Employee Sustains Burns To His Foot From Molten Metal
10 95595.015 04/05/2017 0317500   Employee Receives Multiple Burns When Molten Copper Splashes
11 97608.015 01/31/2017 0523400   Three Employees Are Burned When Pouring Molten Stainless Ste
12 94103.015 01/24/2017 0522300   Employee Is Burned When Molten Metal Splashed Onto Face
13 92852.015 12/13/2016 0728900 X Employee Suffers Electrical Burns From Arc Flash And Dies La
14 65910.015 08/06/2014 0625400 X One Employee Killed And One Burnt When Splashed By Molten Me
15 201392982 12/15/2013 0552652 X 3312 Molten Metal Explodes From Moisture, Fire Kills Steel Worker
16 202654976 11/13/2013 0950612   3711 Three Employees Sustain Burns Opening Pressurized Chamber
17 202715876 07/24/2013 0950633   3339 Employee Suffers Burns On Both Legs When Hot Water Sprays
18 202673323 10/31/2012 0950633   3621 Employee'S Ankle Is Burned When Weld Mold Falls
19 32455.015 06/07/2012 0336000   Employee Is Severely Burned When Ladle Full Of Molten Metal
20 15715.015 04/18/2012 0522000   Employee Receives First And Second Degree Burns During Railr

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