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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 117690.01 07/01/2019 0950614 X Employee Dies From Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
2 117577.01 06/15/2019 1054191 X Employee Dies Of Cardiac Arrest, Possible Carbon Monoxide Po
3 115918.01 05/01/2019 0950632   Employee Injures Finger When Bitten By Rattlesnake While Wee
4 115863.01 04/14/2019 0830500 X Employee Is Killed Due To Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
5 115328.01 04/10/2019 1032500 X Employee Is Found Unresponsive And Is Killed From Carbon Mon
6 114633.01 01/22/2019 0552651 X Employee Is Squatting In Vacant House And Is Killed From Car
7 112426.01 12/14/2018 0453710 X Employee Dies From Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
8 110112.01 10/02/2018 0626300   Employee Ingests Cleaning Solution And Later Dies
9 109612.01 08/22/2018 0454724   Four Employees Sustain Carbon Monoxide Poisoning From Forkli
10 108084.01 07/29/2018 0523300   Sixteen Employees Are Exposed To Ammonia Leak
11 111298.01 05/30/2018 0950633   Employee Suffers Rattlesnake Bite
12 105368.01 04/29/2018 0627510   Employee Is Overcome By Carbon Monoxide Poisoning And Is Hos
13 106630.01 04/10/2018 0352420   Employee In Pump Pit Is Overwhelmed By Diesel Fuel Vapors
14 104441.01 03/29/2018 0524700   Two Employees Are Working Within Closed Confines With Forkli
15 105130.01 03/26/2018 0627510   Employee Mixes Drink In Water Bottle And Is Hospitalized Aft
16 109272.01 03/25/2018 0112600 X One Employee Dies, Another Is Hospitalized From Carbon Monox
17 104285.01 03/22/2018 0626300   Employee Mixes Chemical Compounds And Suffers Poisoning From
18 104334.01 03/15/2018 0317500   Two Employees Are Poisoned By Carbon Monoxide
19 103284.01 02/12/2018 0626300   Employee Becomes Ill After Drinking Bottle Containing Chemic
20 102721.01 01/21/2018 0830400   Employee Swallows Formaldehyde And Methanol Solution And Req

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