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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
41 200632321 12/09/2010 0316400 X 3341 Two Employees Are Killed And One Later Dies In Explosion
42 014318786 06/12/2000 0316700   3089 Six Employees Injured In Explosion Of Plastic Fines
43 111388.01 11/21/2018 0316700   Employee Sustains Chemical Burns To Body When Struck By Chem
44 200570257 10/24/1998 0316700 X 3351 Employee Dies Of Burns From Furnace Flameout
45 104720.01 04/14/2018 0316700   Employee Breathes In Chemical Vapors While Refilling Sodium
46 014317598 08/18/1986 0317020   2899 Employees Suffered Minor Chemical Burns After Reactor Burst
47 014478457 09/27/1984 0317020 X 2865 Reactor Explosion
48 014322382 09/03/1993 0317500 X 3229 Employee Dies From Aluminum Dust Explosion
49 200540441 10/06/1999 0317500 X 3312 Employee Dies Of Burns When Metal Furnace Overflows
50 014543482 03/17/1988 0317700 X 2899 Employee Dies Days After Exposure To Hydrogen Sulfide
51 014544647 06/01/1994 0317700   2621 Employee Inadvertently Generates Chlorine Gas
52 014543896 01/07/1987 0317740 X 2833 Employees Killed/Injured In Explosion Of 200 Gallon Reactor
53 201321189 01/04/2008 0317900 X 2899 Employee Dies From Chemical Poisoning
54 170340053 06/21/1994 0317900   2869 Nine Employees Injured When Chemical Drum Explodes
55 170108385 05/11/1994 0336000   3089 Employees Evacuate Building Because Of Toxic Fumes
56 200380756 08/29/2007 0336000   3643 Employee Is Injured In Chemical Inhalation Exposure
57 200380996 04/08/2010 0336000   3351,3613 Employee Suffers Chemical Burns To Respiratory System
58 200380780 08/29/2007 0336000   3339 Three Employees Are Injured In Explosion
59 170831622 06/11/2000 0352400   7997 Employee'S Leg Injured In Pump House Explosion
60 200963213 08/12/1999 0352410   2899 Employee Burned When Dust Collector Contents Ignite

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