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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
21 201506763 06/22/2006 0950614   7381 Employees Are Injured By Carbon Monoxide Exposure
22 000970756 10/20/1988 0854910   4225 Seven Employees Overexposed To Carbon Monoxide
23 170681696 12/30/1994 0854910   7538 Employee Suffers Symptoms Of Co Poisoning From Car Exhaust
24 201560927 02/03/2004 0854910   4813 Three Employees Were Overexposed To Carbon Monoxide
25 000709337 04/09/1986 0854910 X 9621 Employee Welding In Manhole Has Elevated Carboxyhemoglobin
26 014428619 01/05/1988 0830500 X 1542,1795 Employee Dies Of Asphyxia Caused By Propane-Powered Heater
27 201573359 09/27/2007 0830500 X 1522 Employee Dies Of Carbon Monoxide And Glycolic Acid Exposure
28 014507313 02/06/1985 0830500   5012 Employees Exposed To Carbon Monoxide In Enclosed Car Wash
29 014507305 01/02/1985 0830500   1795 Exposure To Carbon Monoxide From Gas-Engine Sprayer
30 014430482 12/09/1988 0830500   1795 Employees Suffer Overexposure To Carbon Monoxide
31 014506364 02/09/1985 0830500   1623 Carbon Monoxide Exposure
32 014454581 12/15/1985 0751910 X 4953 Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
33 000827923 02/22/1990 0751910   4953 Employee Exposed To Carbon Monoxide From Truck Exhaust
34 200533974 12/12/2010 0751910 X 1522 Employee Dies When Generator Exhaust Causes Asphyxiation
35 135211.01 04/19/2021 0751910 X Employee Is Killed From Overexposure To Carbon Monoxide
36 115464.01 02/19/2019 0751910   Employee Experiences Multiple Symptoms When Exposed To Carbo
37 014414791 12/06/1986 0729300   3089 Twelve Employees Hospitalized For Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
38 200002012 07/23/2005 0728500 X 2841 Maintenance Worker Is Killed By Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
39 000566059 09/18/1992 0636900 X 752 Employee Dies When Asphyxiated By Fumes From Generator
40 119520.01 04/04/2019 0626700   Employee Incurs Carbon Monoxide Overexposure In Metals Plant

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