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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 114656.01 03/15/2019 0352420   Employee Sustains Burns To Arms When Caught By Propane Gas I
2 103846.01 01/05/2018 0522300   Employee Doing Furnace Maintenance Is Burned
3 101429.01 12/05/2017 0830500   Two Employees Are Injured While Relighting Incinerator
4 202657219 02/06/2013 0950643   5812 Employee Receives Burns While Relighting Pizza Oven
5 202081527 06/29/2012 0453730 X 7699 Employee Is Killed When Acetone Catches Fire
6 201495611 03/28/2011 0950625   6531 Worker Is Burned When Paint Primer Ignites From Pilot Light
7 201381225 04/09/2010 0214500   3499 Three Employees Suffer Burns When Gas Ignites
8 202600029 12/03/2009 0950612   8051 Employee Is Burned While Relighting Stove Pilot
9 202455846 10/04/2009 0950642   5411 Employee Is Burned As She Attempts To Light Rotisserie
10 202489746 09/06/2009 0950621   761 Employee Is Burned By Gas Explosion While Relighting Pilot
11 202080255 08/20/2009 0453730   8059 Two Workers Are Burned By Flash Fire
12 201184967 07/20/2009 0950611   5411 Employee Is Burned By Gas Oven
13 201126349 08/27/2007 0950613   8811 Workers Suffer Minor Burns During Boiler Maintenance
14 202363248 02/08/2007 0352450   6531 Two Workers Are Blinded By Boiler Flash Fire
15 202461794 10/26/2006 0420600 X 7623 One Employee Dies , Another Injured In Explosion In Furnace
16 200052751 09/23/2006 0728900   7999 Employee Is Burned While Lighting Roaster
17 202484648 09/16/2006 0950621   2034 Employees Are Burned While Relighting Pilot Light For Dryer
18 200271559 03/24/2006 0524500   213,5999 Three Employees Sustain Burns In Propane Explosion
19 200623692 03/02/2006 0454732 X 4924 Employee Is Killed In Explosion While Lighting Water Heater
20 200082477 11/22/2005 0112000   5812 Employee Burns His Face Lighting A Pilot Light

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