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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
161 000954099 10/06/1991 0355123   2631 Seven Employees Overexposed To Chlorine, Four Hospitalized
162 000565333 10/07/1991 0627100   2015 Employees Exposed To Released Ammonia
163 014330534 10/08/1991 0317700   3544 Employee Burned By Exploding Hot Plastic
164 170187918 11/03/1991 0950635   1629 Employee Suffers Burns In Butane Cloud And Falls
165 170189013 11/04/1991 0950634   5191 Employees Suffer Chemical Exposure From Spill
166 000956961 11/18/1991 0950622   1799 Employees Exposed To Pressurized Oil In Release
167 000556530 12/04/1991 0625700   2992,3443 Employees Injured When Exposed To Toxic Vapors
168 170129449 12/18/1991 1054113   851 Employee'S Head Injured When Struck By Tree Top In Blast
169 014232714 12/31/1991 0316400 X 2869 Employee Killed During Tank Explosion
170 170725048 01/07/1992 0950622   4911 Employee'S Face Burned By Hot Ash
171 000767517 01/08/1992 0626300   2015 Thirty Employees Injured In Fire When Hose Fails
172 170340327 01/24/1992 0317900 X 2834 One Employee Killed, Another Injured When Autoclave Explodes
173 000710764 01/24/1992 1054116   2032 Employee'S Arm Injured By High Pressure Water And Chlorine
174 170171359 02/07/1992 0950614   2821 Employee Burned By Chemicals From Ruptured Pipe
175 170181788 03/01/1992 0950643   2082 Employee Is Injured By Caustic Substance
176 170181812 03/04/1992 0950643   8062 Employees Are Exposed To Ethylene Oxide Gas
177 000921841 03/19/1992 0418200 X 3484 Employee Killed By Gun
178 170703219 04/04/1992 0950626   723 Three Employees Inhale Ammonia Vapors During Evacuation
179 014219919 04/06/1992 0626600 X 2911 Employee Killed When Burned By Hexane Release
180 014314793 04/16/1992 0317000   1711,1799,2911 Employees Hospitalized After Exposure To Acid Vapor

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