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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 014528756 01/23/1985 0111700   8062 Inhalation Of Noxious And Irritating Chemicals
2 000571067 07/31/1985 0524500   8062 Chlorine Gas Released When Bleach And Acid Were Mixed
3 014236277 08/01/1986 0953220   7011 Employees Exposed To Toxic Atmosphere From Chemical Reaction
4 014380067 05/26/1987 0522000   7213 Six Employees Hospitalized After Inhaling Chlorine Gas
5 000677187 02/12/1988 0522000   2011 13 Employees Injured When Exposed To Chlorine Gas
6 000968230 05/24/1988 0953220   7011 Employees Suffer Inhalation Burns From Spilled Chemicals
7 000869032 12/12/1988 0522000   2621 Nine Employees Inhale Chlorine Gas
8 014421523 02/14/1989 0728900   2011 Four Employees Suffer Overexposure To Chlorine Gas
9 000971382 10/16/1989 0854910   5812 Eleven Employees Exposed To Chemical Fog
10 000762823 11/12/1990 0454722   2013 Employee Overcome By Gas From Improperly Combined Chemicals
11 170179790 01/10/1991 0950645   7011 Employee Suffers Respiratory Problems After Inhaling Vapors
12 170152383 06/28/1991 0950645   2032 Employee Become Ill After Inhaling Cleaning Solution
13 014333561 03/20/1992 0420600 X 8051 Employee Killed By Inhalation Of Vapors/Gas During Cleaning
14 170607154 12/19/1992 0950633   5812 Employee Overcome By Vapors From Cleaning Chemicals
15 170702203 01/15/1993 0950614   5149 Employee'S Vocal Cords Damaged From Chemical Inhalation
16 170702211 01/15/1993 0950614   2711 Two Employees Suffer Chemical Inhalation
17 170706519 01/27/1994 0950645   7933 Employee Inhales Gas From Mixed Household-Cleaners
18 170585541 11/10/1994 0950631   1799 Employee Injured By Inhalation Of Chlorine Gas
19 170708770 12/11/1994 0950645   5812 Employee 'S Eyes Splashed By Bleach
20 170804512 04/20/1995 1054191   7011 Nine Employees Injured After Inhaling Chemicals

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