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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 138652.01 03/08/2021 0551800 X Employee Dies From Possible Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
2 133632.01 02/22/2021 0625700 X Employee Is Asphyxiated And Dies In Nitrogen-Filled Tanker
3 120637.01 10/09/2019 0950641 X Employee Dies From Pre-Existing Health Condition
4 120550.01 10/07/2019 0418100 X Employee Is Killed By Exposure To Dangerous Toxins While Res
5 115921.01 04/30/2019 0521100   Three Employees Are Exposed To Carbon Monoxide, One Is Hospi
6 115464.01 02/19/2019 0751910   Employee Experiences Multiple Symptoms When Exposed To Carbo
7 113099.01 12/11/2018 0317300   Employee Is Overcome By Exhaust From Kerosene Heater
8 113106.01 08/15/2018 0523400   Twelve Employees Experience Carbon Monoxide Exposure From Pi
9 102170.01 01/09/2018 0521100   Employee Was Exposed To High Levels Of Carbon Monoxide
10 102204.01 01/02/2018 0521400   Many Employees Are Overcome By Carbon Monoxide
11 101791.01 12/26/2017 0521100   Employee Is Hospitalized From Carbon Monoxide Exposure
12 98785.015 09/05/2017 0521100   Five Employees Are Hospitalized After Exposure To High Level
13 70054.015 11/11/2014 0352420 X Employee Dies Of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning In A Truck
14 202545976 08/08/2013 0950641   8221 Employees Are Injured In Exposure To Carbon Monoxide
15 202492583 08/10/2011 0950621   9224 Four Firefighters Are Hospitalized After Four-Alarm Blaze
16 200533974 12/12/2010 0751910 X 1522 Employee Dies When Generator Exhaust Causes Asphyxiation
17 202456232 05/11/2010 0950642 X 8661 Employee Is Killed By Exposure To Paint Stripper
18 200123073 11/11/2009 0523400   7933 Employees Sustain Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
19 201044039 12/10/2008 0953220   1771 Employees Are Overcome By Carbon Monoxide In Tunnel
20 201702651 11/17/2008 1054195   2491 Five Employees Are Poisoned By Propane-Powered Truck

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