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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
21 202468716 12/08/2009 0950643   1629 Employee Is Burned And Falls From Ladder
22 202560843 12/01/2009 0950411 X 1731 Worker Is Killed While Replacing Ballast In Light
23 200012797 08/19/2009 0729300 X 7349 Employee Dies From Electric Shock
24 311548838 12/07/2007 0418300 X 7349 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Ladder
25 202422218 08/29/2007 0950652   1442 Employee Is Struck In The Head By A Crane Ball
26 200713238 08/08/2007 0636900 X 1731 Employee Electrocuted Changing Ballast In Light Fixture
27 200643880 06/29/2007 0627700 X 7629 Electrician Is Electrocuted While Changing Fixture Ballast
28 200881241 10/02/2006 0215800 X 7349 Employee Is Electrocuted By Light Fixture
29 200554558 08/22/2006 0625700 X 7349 Employee Is Electrocuted While Replacing Ballast
30 200690857 08/20/2006 0112600 X 5046 Employee Is Electrocuted While Repairing Neon Lighting
31 201954732 07/20/2006 0522000 X 7349 Employee Is Electrocuted While Changing Ballast
32 202315834 01/10/2006 0950612   8211 Employee Suffers Electric Shock, Another Sprains Shoulder
33 000952952 08/26/2005 0355114 X 5461 Worker Electrocuted While Repairing A Florescent Light
34 201115854 04/03/2003 0950643 X 1711 Employee Electrocuted In Contact With Faulty Store Sign
35 200051639 06/25/2002 0728900 X 7312 Employee Is Electrocuted Installing Lighting Socket
36 170105332 01/28/2002 0551800 X 7349 Worker Is Electrocuted While Changing Light Ballast
37 201620937 01/23/2002 1054116   6282 Worker Receives Shock From Fluorescent Light Ballast
38 201580768 06/26/2000 1032300 X 4311 Electric Shock - Contact With Energized Parts Thru Tool
39 201520905 06/08/2000 0111500   3646 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Parts
40 200600708 01/28/2000 0625400 X 7349 Employee Killed When Struck By Falling Lift

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