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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 014273262 01/10/1989 0111100   2899 Employee Struck By Spewing Hot Flack
2 94935.015 02/16/2017 0111100   Fourteen Employees Are Evaluated For Exposure To Chlorine Di
3 014478317 12/02/1987 0111100   2821 Employee Burned By Hot Water
4 96372.015 05/31/2017 0111100   Employee Is Sprayed By Hot Liquid And Sustains Burns To Head
5 200400034 01/16/1995 0111110   2621 No Injuries Reported In Chlorine Release
6 96746.015 07/20/2017 0111400   Employee Is Boiling Water And Suffers Scalding Burns
7 120425.01 09/24/2019 0111400 X Employee Is Electrocuted By High Voltage Power Line
8 000817700 09/29/1993 0111500   1611 Employee Injured When Sprayed With Hot Liquid Asphalt
9 100472.01 11/03/2017 0111500   Employee Is Splashed With Hot Water And Suffers Second Degre
10 96430.015 01/13/2017 0111500   Employee Is Splashed By Hot Water And Is Burned
11 125037.01 03/26/2020 0111700 X Employee Is Struck And Killed By Vehicle In Work Zone
12 014529887 01/20/1987 0111700   2082 Three Employees Sprayed And Burned By Hot Water
13 200080265 06/11/1999 0112000   2821 Employees Evacuated Following Spill In Polymerization Unit
14 200080018 01/20/1997 0112000   1731,1629 Four Employees Burned With Hot Water/Steam
15 200080216 09/20/1998 0112000   2086 Employee Suffers From Anxiety About Ammonia Release
16 000937342 06/24/1995 0112600   3087 Three Employees Burned By Sprayed Hot Compound
17 200772242 08/20/2002 0134000   1721 Employee Is Injured When Eyes Sprayed With Epoxy Paint
18 200770782 10/04/2000 0134000   4225 Employee Injured When Eyes Sprayed By Dirty Hydraulic Fluid
19 78860.015 08/13/2015 0134000 X Employee Is Killed When Truck Tire Ruptures
20 200772366 12/24/2002 0134000   2099 Employee Is Burned When Circuit Breaker Malfunctions

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