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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
181 200651685 02/09/2010 0521100 X 3471 Employee Is Killed, Two Are Burned In Dip Tank Explosion
182 200820801 05/04/2000 0521400   3312 Employee Burned When Hydraulic Fluid Vapor Ignites
183 014383913 05/04/1988 0521400 X 3312 Employee Burned To Death By Arc Furnace
184 014382170 05/08/1985 0521400   3471 Employees Allegedly Exposed To Cyanide
185 000839696 10/03/1994 0521400   3429 Six Employees Hospitalized After Exposure To Cyanide
186 200033033 06/20/2007 0521700   2869 Employees Chemically Burned By Leaking Dimethyl Sulfate Pipe
187 106655.01 06/13/2018 0521700   Employee Is Sprayed With Adhesive Glue Product And Suffers S
188 200032944 05/04/2007 0521700   3369 Employee Is Injured When Exposed To Acid
189 000700468 10/23/2001 0522000   3471 Employees Injured When Exposed To Toxic Gas
190 114045.01 02/24/2019 0522000   Employee Sustains Unspecified Symptoms After Exposure To Che
191 201951407 02/22/1999 0522000 X 2672 Employee Dies From Burns While Inspecting Mixture In Vessel
192 201954286 08/10/2005 0522000   2891 Employee Is Injured In Explosion
193 014371843 10/01/1985 0522000   2869 Chemical Reaction; Irritating Chemical Released
194 014380067 05/26/1987 0522000   7213 Six Employees Hospitalized After Inhaling Chlorine Gas
195 201954518 02/14/2006 0522000   7699 Employee Is Injured In Explosion
196 000699603 10/07/1995 0522000 X 2899 Employee Killed In Drum Explosion
197 117674.01 02/24/2019 0522000   Employee Incurs Health Issues After Overexposure To Chemical
198 000869032 12/12/1988 0522000   2621 Nine Employees Inhale Chlorine Gas
199 201953668 09/21/2003 0522000   2819 Employee Is Injured In Explosion At Chemical Plant
200 000852376 04/18/1990 0522300 X 2899 Employees Burned, One Later Dies, In Vapor Explosion

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