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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 104117.01 03/15/2018 0626700   Employee Is Burned When Splashed With 93% Sulphuric Acid Whi
2 100106.01 10/09/2017 0522300   Employee Is Splashed With Chemical Mixture And Suffers Burns
3 99783.015 10/09/2017 0316700   Employee Turns Valve Handle And Suffers A Chemical Burn
4 100075.01 10/09/2017 0522300   Employee Is Splashed With Chemical Mixture And Suffers Burns
5 103234.01 09/07/2017 0950624   Employee Contacts Hazardous Chemical And Burns Hands
6 98154.015 08/14/2017 0950635   Employee Falls Into Acid Tank And Suffers Chemical Burns
7 98236.015 08/08/2017 0728900   Employee Suffers Chemical Burn While Disconnecting A Hose Fr
8 97565.015 07/19/2017 1032500   Employee Enters Confined Space And Is Burned By Acid
9 101415.01 06/28/2017 0953220   Two Employees Suffer Chemical Burns From Sulfuric Acid Relea
10 100933.01 06/27/2017 0950647   Two Employees Sustain Burns In Sulfuric Acid Exposure
11 101475.01 06/14/2017 0950625   Employees Receive Chemical Burns When Splashed With Sulfuric
12 96633.015 06/02/2017 0625700   Employee Is Sprayed By Sulfuric Acid And Suffers Second Degr
13 100726.01 05/22/2017 0552652   Two Employees Are Sprayed By Sulfuric Acid During Process Tr
14 93400.015 02/02/2017 0950647   Employee Is Burned By Sulfuric Acid While Transferring The A
15 91956.015 01/09/2017 0418800   Employee'S Leg And Arm Are Amputated In Chemical Explosion
16 202510566 02/12/2014 0950663   2911 Two Employees Suffer Chemical Burns From Sulfuric Acid
17 50966.015 08/17/2013 0626700 X Automotive Technician Dies After Exposure To Chemicals
18 202691945 07/21/2013 0950624   161 Employee Sustains Chemical Burns In Eyes From Acid
19 202654059 12/08/2012 0950612   721 Employee Is Injured By A Sulfuric Acid Spill
20 27155.015 08/24/2012 0625700 X Employee Is Burned In Chemical Fire

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