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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
61 201127198 09/17/2009 0950613   3672 Employee Receives Acid Burns In Chemical Explosion
62 202476107 07/16/2009 0950636   2819 Employee Sustains Chemical Burns, Is Hospitalized
63 200357820 06/27/2009 0453710   5169 Worker Receives Vapor Burns
64 202539920 12/29/2008 0950641 X 8221 Pyrophoric Liquid Spills On Worker, Who Dies From Fire
65 200631935 08/28/2008 0316400 X 2879 Explosion Kills Two Employees
66 201344710 04/28/2008 0729700   2011 Six Employees Overcome By Chlorine Dioxide
67 200514644 04/07/2008 0552700   3572 Five Employees Are Exposed To Chemical Spill
68 201043635 02/28/2008 0953220   7011 Three Employees Are Potentially Exposed To Ricin
69 202528659 01/11/2008 0950635   1711 Employee Suffers Eye Injury From Epoxy Glue On Glove
70 201321189 01/04/2008 0317900 X 2899 Employee Dies From Chemical Poisoning
71 201353505 12/19/2007 0419700 X 2869 Four Employees Are Killed In Plant Explosion; Two Injured
72 202454435 12/13/2007 0950642   8062 Employee Is Injured By Toxic Gases From Cleaning Products
73 200380756 08/29/2007 0336000   3643 Employee Is Injured In Chemical Inhalation Exposure
74 200380780 08/29/2007 0336000   3339 Three Employees Are Injured In Explosion
75 200033033 06/20/2007 0521700   2869 Employees Chemically Burned By Leaking Dimethyl Sulfate Pipe
76 200032944 05/04/2007 0521700   3369 Employee Is Injured When Exposed To Acid
77 200231942 04/28/2007 1032500   2022 Three Employees Are Exposed To Chemical Vapors
78 201109345 03/09/2007 0950624   2022 Five Employees'S Are Exposed To Toxic Chemical Fumes
79 201507381 03/07/2007 0950614   1541 Employee Suffers Burns To Feet From Contact With Wet Cement
80 200052926 12/13/2006 0728900   3547 Two Employees Are Injured During Zinc Galvanizing Operation

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