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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
101 014379473 12/19/1989 0524500 X 1711,2821 Tank Explosion Kills Two Employees
102 170120661 01/03/1990 0453710   2893 Employee Burned By Hot Vapors
103 000711903 03/12/1990 1054191   3369 Employees Exposed To Sulfuric Acid After Chemical Reaction
104 000852376 04/18/1990 0522300 X 2899 Employees Burned, One Later Dies, In Vapor Explosion
105 014344063 04/21/1990 0418110   2899 Employees Burned In Chemical Spill
106 014298624 05/29/1990 0352410   2022 Employee Receives Chemical Burns From Sodium Hydroxide
107 170188957 06/01/1990 0950634   2841 Employee Suffers Chlorine Gas Inhalation
108 000568881 06/11/1990 0627100 X 7542 Employee Killed By Inhaling Chemical Fumes
109 170193023 06/19/1990 0950633   3823 Employee Exposed To Teflon Resins
110 170208011 07/16/1990 0950614   1761 Employees Dizzy After Inhaling Urethane And Other Chemicals
111 000802298 07/20/1990 0454510   3511 Employees Suffer Minor Burns From Escaping Vapors
112 170173140 08/01/1990 0950612   3559 Employee Sustains Chemical Burn To Face While Cleaning
113 014537500 08/08/1990 0950621   8221 Employee Receives Flash Burn In Lab Explosion And Fire
114 000868364 08/13/1990 0522300 X 7699 Employee Killed After Acetylene Gas Explosion
115 000674119 08/22/1990 0454510   1731,2869,1791,1540 Employees Injured In Chemical Spill
116 000674101 08/22/1990 0454510   1799,1731,2869,1540 Employees Injured In Chemical Spill
117 014419360 08/30/1990 0728900   2873 Employee Suffers Chemical Burns To Eye After Tank Explodes
118 000578989 10/03/1990 0524200   5148 Employees Suffer Multiple Effects From Sulfur Dioxide
119 170180020 10/04/1990 0950641   3714 Employee Burned By Chemical Mixture
120 170188890 10/23/1990 0950634   3561 Employee Injured When 55-Gallon Drum Explodes During Welding

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