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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
321 014429377 08/04/1987 0830500   8062 Thirteen Employees Exposed To Large Amount Of Chlorine Gas
322 107186.01 06/21/2018 0830600   Employee Is Exposed To Chemical Fumes
323 000972307 01/10/1991 0854910   7299 Employees Injured By Exposure To Poisonous Gas
324 171057201 11/13/1998 0854910   3339 Two Employees Burned In Molten Magnesium Flash Fire
325 171057508 03/16/1999 0854910   3714 Four Employees Injured By Flying Parts In Chemical Explosion
326 171054661 11/05/1996 0854910   2899 Two Employees Burned In Chemical Fire
327 171055296 07/30/1997 0854910 X 2819 One Employee Killed And Four Injured In Chemical Explosion
328 171058530 12/16/1999 0854910   3714 Employee Injured When Air Bag Initiators Explode
329 171058688 01/24/2000 0854910   8733 Employee Injured In Gas Flask Explosion
330 000709386 07/20/1986 0854910   1381 Caustic Soda Caused Skin Burns
331 014455794 12/17/1985 0854910   3679 Employee'S Lungs Irritated By Copper Chloride Fumes
332 000776153 01/25/1991 0854910   1321 Two Employees Treated For Exposure To Hydrogen Sulfide
333 014455919 05/14/1984 0854910 X 8731 Employee Killed In Explosion During Explosives Mixing
334 000971960 10/24/1990 0854910   3341 Employee Injured When Burned By Chemical
335 000691105 07/26/1986 0854910   5812 Inhaled Chlorine Vapors From Cleaning Compounds
336 170684005 12/26/1990 0854910   3728 Six Employees Overcome By Degreaser Fumes
337 171058845 03/05/2000 0854910   3312 Eight Employees Injured In Furnace Explosion
338 000971382 10/16/1989 0854910   5812 Eleven Employees Exposed To Chemical Fog
339 000766378 03/21/1989 0931400 X 3339 Employee Killed When Dried Precious Metal Sludge Explodes
340 000514042 07/15/1988 0931400 X 8711,2911 One Employee Killed, Two Injured In Chemical Explosion/Fire

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