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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
161 000995159 11/20/1992 0452110   1541 Employees Exposed To Chemical Vapor
162 000909499 01/14/1993 0454510   2869 Employees Hospitalized After Exposure To Chemical
163 170065734 01/26/1993 0950411   3324 Employee Injured When Chemicals Splash On Him
164 170714372 02/18/1993 0950631   3845 Possible Exposure To Organic Solvent Hospitalizes Employee
165 000909218 03/03/1993 0454510   4953 Employee Burned And Cut In Laboratory Explosion
166 000995167 04/15/1993 0452110   3089 Employee Suffers Inhalation Of Acrid Smoke
167 014396311 04/28/1993 0625700 X 2869 Employee Dies Of Sulfuric Acid Burns
168 000802116 05/27/1993 0454510   2869 Two Employees Injured In Chemical Explosion
169 170706196 06/02/1993 0950642   3483 Employee Is Overcome By Unexpected Chemical Fumes
170 170355036 06/03/1993 0950631   8011 Two Lab Employees Overexposed To Irritating Vapors
171 170152052 06/03/1993 0950645   2899 Two Employees Suffer Cuts And Burns In Chemical Explosion
172 170158455 06/16/1993 0950641   2833 Employee'S Head And Neck Burned By Hydrochloric Acid
173 170749618 07/02/1993 0352420 X 3764 Chemist Dies In Chemical Explosion
174 000609354 07/22/1993 0418200   2015 Employee'S Eyes Burned In Chemical Reaction Explosion
175 170127799 08/06/1993 0751910   3999 Nine Employees Injured When Exposed To Chlorine Vapors
176 170068126 09/02/1993 0352450   1711 Employee Suffers Chemical Burn
177 014322382 09/03/1993 0317500 X 3229 Employee Dies From Aluminum Dust Explosion
178 000675256 09/06/1993 0454510 X 3482 Employee Killed In Hazardous Waste Explosion
179 170068167 12/02/1993 0352450   3469 Employee Burned By Aluminum Dust Explosion/Fire
180 170358022 01/12/1994 0950635   2899 Employee'S Face Burned By Chemical Reaction/Flash Fire

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