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Keyword: "Asphalt"AllAllAllAllAll

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Results 281 - 300 of 523
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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
281 201502192 12/18/2000 0950614   1761 Employee Suffers Burn From Hot Roofing Tar
282 170174726 11/08/1990 0950614   2951 Asphalt Tank Explodes When Vapors Ignited By Heating Coils
283 201504735 03/12/2004 0950614   1761 Employee Is Injured In Fall From Roof
284 201505310 02/02/2005 0950614   1761 Employee'S Forearms Are Burned When Tar Spills
285 202588026 11/07/2012 0950614   1761 Roofer'S Hand And Wrist Are Burnt By Hot Asphalt
286 94045.015 03/09/2017 0950614   Employee Trips And Falls In Parking Lot And Fractures Hip
287 104061.01 03/07/2018 0950614   Employee Falls From Fixed Ladder And Is Hospitalized With Mu
288 109237.01 08/23/2018 0950614   Employee Is Injured After Tripping On Crack In The Asphalt
289 107168.01 06/28/2018 0950615   Employee Burns Hands And Face When Splashed By Hot Tar
290 201021391 10/26/2007 0950615   1761 Employee Burns Hand In Bucket Of Hot Asphalt
291 170765531 08/29/2006 0950615   1611 Employee Breaks Leg In Paving Machine
292 104281.01 01/31/2018 0950615   Employee Cleaning Out Paver Has Arm Crushed
293 201020617 07/11/2005 0950615 X 9621 Inspector Is Killed When Struck By Dump Truck
294 170835144 05/03/2006 0950615   1761 Employee Is Burned By Hot Asphalt
295 170835672 04/08/2008 0950615   1611 Employee Is Crushed By Paving Vehicle
296 201024544 11/27/2012 0950615   8211 Employee Fractures Shoulder When She Stumbles On Asphalt
297 170170351 06/23/1992 0950615   1761 Employee'S Foot And Ankle Burned By Hot Asphalt
298 170206858 10/23/1991 0950615   1761 Apprentice Roofer Slips On Roof, Is Burned By Hot Asphalt
299 170842298 04/07/2003 0950615   1761 Employee Suffers Burnes On Hand
300 201022753 03/17/2010 0950615   1611 Employee'S Foot Is Crushed By Truck Tire, Is Later Amputated

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