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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
21 170355903 08/09/1994 0950631 X 1799 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Parts
22 170664080 07/06/1994 0215000 X 1799 Electric Shock - Contact With Energized Conductor Thru Tool
23 170702484 03/15/1993 0950614   1799 Three Employees Possibly Exposed To Asbestos
24 000930776 02/24/1993 0830500 X 1795 Employee Dies Of Myocardial Ischemia
25 014332001 07/15/1991 0419700 X 2631 Employee Dies Of Asbestosis After 12 Years Of Exposure
26 170049621 07/12/1991 0950624   1796 Employee Injured In 10 Ft Fall From Scaffold
27 000953356 06/17/1991 0355124   1799,2631 Employees Hospitalized For Exposure To Chlorine Dioxide
28 170161574 05/22/1991 0950632   1799 Electric Shock - Contact With Energized Conductor
29 014508758 03/16/1991 0316300 X 4499 Employee On Ship Killed In Fall Over Guardrail To Deck
30 000889790 02/04/1991 0352430   1742 Employee Injured In Fall From Ladder Jack Scaffold
31 000515171 12/08/1990 0625700 X 1799 One Employee Killed And One Injured In Flash Fire
32 170176051 07/23/1990 0950611   1799 Employee Injured In Fall Through Catwalk Opening
33 014422521 04/20/1990 0729700 X 3533 Employee Dies 30 Years After Exposure To Asbestos
34 000802223 03/12/1990 0454510   1742 Two Employees Suffer Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
35 000893743 03/16/1989 0355114   1799 Employee Injured When Struck By Elevator
36 014273148 12/30/1988 0111100 X 2679 Employee Killed By Tumor Linked To Plant Asbestos
37 014304919 06/16/1988 1050210   1542 Seven Employees Burned By Steam When Valve Ruptures
38 014465884 04/21/1987 0626600   1799 Five Employees Overcome By Carbon Monoxide
39 014312367 03/05/1987 0213100 X 3571 Employee Died From Mesothelioma Of Right Lung
40 000821256 01/14/1987 0352450   1522 Employees Exposed To High Levels Of Carbon Monoxide

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