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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 014415194 05/22/1984 0728500 X 7312 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Parts
2 014464580 08/01/1984 0551800 X 7312 Electric Shock - Contact With Overhead Line Thru Material
3 014311385 07/10/1985 0213900 X 7319 Employee Killed In Fall From Aerosol Banner In Flight
4 000690321 06/26/1986 0552700   7312 Employees Injured When Ad Sign Collapses
5 014444970 09/30/1986 0355111 X 7312 Employee Fell From Ladder While Repairing Fluorescent Lights
6 014445084 04/07/1987 0355111 X 7312 Employee Lost His Balance And Fell From A Catwalk
7 000606996 09/10/1987 0418100   7312 Electric Shock & Burn - Contact With Overhead Line
8 014503726 03/07/1988 0729700 X 2752 Employee Killed In Fall From Work Platform On Forklift Forks
9 000758359 08/06/1988 0551800 X 3993 Electric Shock - Contact With Overhead Line Thru Boom
10 000968362 10/28/1988 0953220 X 1799 Electric Shock & Fall - Contact With Overhead Line
11 000968354 10/28/1988 0953220 X 1799 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Overhead Line
12 014499917 01/03/1989 0523400 X 7312 Employee Killed, One Hurt In Fall From Collapsing Billboard
13 000601807 01/21/1989 0420600 X 7312 Employee Killed In Fall From Platform
14 000966978 02/22/1989 0931700 X 1731 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Electric Sign
15 014264287 04/01/1989 0950411   7312 Employee Injured In Fall From Billboard
16 000711812 01/08/1990 1054111 X 7312 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Ballast
17 000884809 03/21/1990 0953220 X 3993 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Parts
18 014219406 07/02/1990 0626600 X 7312 Employee Killed In Fall From Billboard
19 000793661 07/31/1990 1054114   3999 Electric Shock - Contact With Overhead Line Thru Metal Pole
20 000944074 08/02/1990 0453710 X 7312 Employee Dies After Fall From Billboard Catwalk

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