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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
181 170706519 01/27/1994 0950645   7933 Employee Inhales Gas From Mixed Household-Cleaners
182 170719462 03/31/1994 0950645   9221 Employee Gets Chemical In Eye During Testing
183 170108385 05/11/1994 0336000   3089 Employees Evacuate Building Because Of Toxic Fumes
184 170606958 05/25/1994 0950641   9611 Employees Overexposed To Toxic Fumes From Chemical Reaction
185 014216360 05/31/1994 0150900   4952 Seven Employees Suffer Overexposure To Chlorine Gas
186 014544647 06/01/1994 0317700   2621 Employee Inadvertently Generates Chlorine Gas
187 170340053 06/21/1994 0317900   2869 Nine Employees Injured When Chemical Drum Explodes
188 170568034 06/23/1994 0751910   8062 Six Employees Exposed To Chlorine Gas
189 171005556 07/07/1994 0950632   3672 Employee'S Eye Burned In Exothermic Explosion
190 000638916 07/20/1994 0216000   7011 Employees Hospitalized When Exposed To Gas Cloud
191 170813026 08/02/1994 0950625   2084 Employee Burned By Sodium Hydroxide
192 170157275 08/04/1994 0950643   7819 Employee Suffers Minor Eye Irritation From Chemical Solution
193 170708648 09/06/1994 0950645   8211 Employee Overexposed To Toxic Fumes
194 170060347 09/27/1994 0453710   2261 Five Employees Exposed To Chlorine Vapors
195 000839696 10/03/1994 0521400   3429 Six Employees Hospitalized After Exposure To Cyanide
196 000609008 10/07/1994 0418100 X 5411 Employee Dies From Chemical Burns
197 170585541 11/10/1994 0950631   1799 Employee Injured By Inhalation Of Chlorine Gas
198 170883516 11/11/1994 0950642   9999 Employees Overexposed To Chemicals
199 170376412 12/16/1994 0950614   3569 No Employee Injury In Explosion Of Incompatible Chemicals
200 170151013 12/20/1994 0950643   7812 Employee Burned In Benzoyl Peroxide Explosion

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