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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 120714.01 10/11/2019 0213400 X Employee Is Killed By Electrocution While Erecting Scaffold
2 120385.01 10/01/2019 0111500 X Driver Is Killed When Scaffold Pole Collapses
3 119288.01 08/23/2019 0134000 X Employee Dies While Working On Bilge Pump
4 116439.01 05/17/2019 0627510 X Employee Is Killed By Electrocution While Troubleshooting
5 116346.01 05/15/2019 0626300 X Employee Is Killed When Concrete Pump Truck Tips Over
6 115982.01 05/02/2019 0112300 X Employee Is Killed In Fall From Pump Jack Scaffold
7 115209.01 04/07/2019 0950644 X Employee Is Struck By Pumpjack Counterweight And Is Killed
8 114916.01 03/10/2019 0830300   Employee Injures Back When Struck By Falling Sheave
9 110385.01 10/17/2018 0521400   Employee Amputates Tip Of Left Index Finger While Unjamming
10 110315.01 10/16/2018 0523900   Employee'S Finger Is Amputated In Pump
11 110241.01 10/16/2018 0111400   Employee Amputates Fingertips When Struck By Pump Propeller
12 110417.01 08/30/2018 0134000   Employee Amputates Fingers When Caught In Peanut Butter Pump
13 108717.01 08/29/2018 0420600 X Two Employees Fall From Seventh Floor While Pumping Concrete
14 108500.01 08/22/2018 0522000   Employee Suffers Skin Reaction And Is Monitored For Anaphyla
15 109850.01 08/18/2018 0950643   Employee Amputates Middle Finger When Caught In Pump
16 108027.01 08/02/2018 0418600   Three Employees Sustain Lacerations And One Sustains Finger
17 109038.01 07/31/2018 0355111   Employee Amputates Finger Tip On Pump
18 109181.01 07/31/2018 1050210   Employee Incurs Multiple Injuries In Scaffold Collapse
19 108704.01 07/30/2018 0418800   Employee Injures Head When Struck By Pressurized Concrete Pu
20 107810.01 07/27/2018 0626600 X One Employee Is Killed And One Is Hospitalized In Fall From

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