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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 202505129 02/15/2008 0352430   1741 Four Injured When Suspension Scaffold Platform Breaks
2 201184058 12/06/2007 0950611   1799 Two Employees Unhurt When Suspended Scaffold Collapses
3 202341871 10/29/2007 0215000 X 1741 Employee Killed In Fall From Suspended Scaffold
4 202045001 09/30/2004 0155010 X 1761 One Employee Killed, One Injured When Scaffold Fell
5 200071942 08/14/2003 0453720 X 1721 One Employee Is Killed And One Injured In Fall From Scaffold
6 201856044 06/28/2002 0452110 X 1721 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Falling Scaffold Roll
7 201856291 06/18/2002 0452110 X 1629 Two Employees Are Killed In Fall When Scaffold Cable Broke
8 200120723 10/25/2000 0523400   1741 Swing Stage Scaffold Drops Unexpectedly
9 200031060 08/23/2000 0521700 X 1741 Employee Killed In Fall When Suspension Scaffold Fails
10 201404381 07/17/2000 0552651   1799 Employee Sustains Rope Burns From Lifeline During Fall
11 201161759 03/29/2000 0950641 X 7349 Employee Killed In Fall When Suspension Scaffold Fails
12 170872501 10/25/1999 0950625 X 3443 Employee Killed In Fall From Boatswain'S Chair
13 200850899 08/18/1999 0215000 X 1741 Employee Killed In Fall When Suspension Rope Breaks
14 200850915 08/14/1999 0215000 X 1799 Employee Killed In Fall From Suspension Scaffold
15 200963080 07/15/1999 0352410   1721 Employee Injured When Struck In Face By Blocking
16 200850923 06/23/1999 0215000 X 1799 Employee Killed In Fall From Building Terrace
17 200851657 05/13/1999 0215000 X 1741 Employee Killed In Fall When Lifeline Breaks
18 200400117 08/23/1998 0112900 X 1799 Employee Killed In Fall When Thrown From Scaffold
19 200830065 08/12/1998 0215600 X 1741 Employee Killed In Fall From Suspension Scaffold
20 170574263 06/26/1998 0420600 X 1771 One Employee Killed, One Injured When Scaffold Board Breaks

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