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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
141 111518.01 10/11/2018 0523300   Employee Receives Facial Burns And Laceration During Arc Fla
142 128268.01 08/03/2020 0522500 X One Employee Is Killed, Two Are Injured In 4-Kv Arc Flash In
143 014570246 11/01/1986 0522500 X 7361,5039 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Parts
144 200753382 08/01/2005 0522500 X 3273 Employee Is Crushed And Killed By Concrete Mixer Drum
145 200758068 02/12/2005 0522500   1731 Burn - Electrical Fault In Motor Control Center
146 109442.01 09/13/2018 0522300   Employee, After Electric Shock, Falls From Ladder And Incurs
147 000688960 01/30/1996 0522300 X 3462 Burn - Electrical Fault In Disconnect
148 03972.015 11/14/2011 0522000 X Employee Installing A Pump Is Electrocuted
149 000977181 07/27/1987 0454725   3999 Explosion - Acetone Ignited By Circuit Breaker
150 200626935 07/08/2013 0454715 X 1731 Employee Is Electrocuted
151 000801720 01/08/1990 0454510 X 7363 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Live Parts
152 000801019 12/03/1997 0454510   1721 Electric Shock & Burn - Direct Contact With Energized Parts
153 202080669 08/26/2010 0453730   8062,1731 Three Employees Are Injured From Electric Arc
154 000943811 08/19/1994 0453730   8361,1731 Burn - Electrical Fault In Circuit Breaker
155 202080347 01/26/2010 0453730   1731 Employee Is Burned By Arc Flash
156 200071116 01/18/2001 0453720 X 2493 Burn - Electrical Fault In Circuit Breaker
157 000946947 12/08/1993 0453720   4911 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Parts
158 200072403 06/02/2005 0453720 X 8731 Employee Dies After Sustaining Electric Shock
159 200355568 08/28/2006 0453710 X 2077 Employee Is Electrocuted When Resetting Circuit Breaker
160 170120562 04/11/1990 0453710   1731 Burn - Electrical Fault In Motor Control Center

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