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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 101665.01 12/15/2017 0418400 X Employee Collapses In Oxygen Deprived Tanker Car And Is Kill
2 97919.015 07/03/2017 0830100   Employee Found Unconscious In Specialty Gas Room And Later D
3 95669.015 05/16/2017 0626600 X Employee Is Asphyxiated When Respirator Is Hooked To Nitroge
4 83792.015 03/20/2016 0522300 X Employee Is Asphyxiated By Faulty Ventilation Unit
5 83115.015 02/19/2016 0551800 X Employee Is Killed In Scrubber
6 83095.015 11/30/2015 0453710 X Two Employees Enter Oxygen Deficient Environment And Are Kil
7 78827.015 07/26/2015 0454712 X Employee Is Killed When Struck By Pressurized Hose
8 202570636 02/07/2014 0452110 X 4231 Employee Dies Of Chemical Poisoning In Gantrez Tank
9 53926.015 10/27/2013 0626700 X Employee Is Asphyxiated In Oxygen Deprived Confined Space An
10 202555553 01/02/2013 0950631   5984 Employee'S Finger Is Amputated Between Cylinder And Cart
11 200376119 06/26/2012 0454510 X 3356 Worker Is Asphyxiated When Cryogenic Box Lid Fails
12 20515.015 06/25/2012 0316400 X Employee Dies Of Asphyxiation After Supplied Air Hood Is Hoo
13 33816.015 06/25/2012 0830600 X One Employee Is Killed And Two Employees Are Injured When A
14 126200245 05/24/2012 0950644   2099 Employee Is Cut When Struck By Flying Object From Explosion
15 06455.015 02/16/2012 0830300 X Employee Dies While Pumping Nitrogen Into An Oil Well
16 200212967 08/13/2011 0626000 X 2869 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Flying Object
17 202613626 05/11/2011 1054111 X 2429 One Employee Is Killed, Another Is Injured During Repair
18 201023314 04/20/2011 0950615 X 2084 Employee Dies Of Asphyxia After Fall Into Wine Tank
19 201925377 02/07/2011 0626700 X 4231 Employee Is Asphyxiated After Fall Into Tank; Later Dies
20 202542296 01/21/2011 0950641 X 2834 Employee Is Asphyxiated By Deficient Oxygen Levels In Vessel

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