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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
61 49527.015 07/18/2013 0830300 X Employee Is Found Dead On Top Of Catwalk Of Crude Oil Tank B
62 171058027 09/01/1999 0854910   5399 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Metal Rack
63 201560059 01/05/1993 0854910   6513 Employee Burned When Battery Explodes During Recharging
64 000750968 05/21/1988 0933300 X 7539 Electric Shock - Groud Fault In Battery Charger
65 201981438 04/23/1999 0950411 X 4213 Employee Killed By Heart Attack
66 201183787 08/20/2007 0950611   7538 Employee Burns To Hands And Arms When Spark Ignites Fuel
67 170381602 04/19/1996 0950611   7538 Employee'S Eyes Burned When Car Battery Explodes
68 201181310 07/05/2002 0950611   4131 Portable Jump Starter Explodes Injuring Two Employees
69 202634739 07/25/2011 0950612   4222 Employee Foot Is Injured When Forklift Battery Falls
70 202599874 11/04/2009 0950612   2099 Employee Amputates Finger While Changing Forklift Battery
71 202312450 05/05/2000 0950612   761 Employee Sustained Multiple Fractures When Rolled Over By Ha
72 201126158 10/28/2006 0950613   1731 Employee Burned In Arc Flash Between Battery Banks
73 201125424 06/30/2005 0950613   5999 Two Employees Are Exposed To Sulfuric Acid When Acid Spills
74 170209845 01/28/1994 0950613   782 Employee Injured While Jump Starting Vehicle
75 170172340 05/16/1991 0950613   4225 Employee Injured When Struck By Falling Battery
76 201127180 09/23/2009 0950613   9631 Employee Is Injured In Battery Explosion
77 170172563 12/13/1990 0950613   4512 Employee Injured When Struck By Falling Battery Charger
78 108037.01 07/21/2018 0950614   Employee Sustains Burns From Flash Fire
79 97772.015 07/25/2017 0950614   Employee Is Caught By Electrical Wire Short And Suffers Burn
80 201508587 05/16/2008 0950614   4813 Employee Suffers Electrocution From Battery Terminal Series

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