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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 128268.01 08/03/2020 0522500 X One Employee Is Killed, Two Are Injured In 4-Kv Arc Flash In
2 115542.01 02/28/2019 0950612   Metal Shop Employee'S Finger Is Amputated On Bandsaw
3 116378.01 01/14/2019 0950644   Employee'S Hand Is Burned In Arc Flash
4 111518.01 10/11/2018 0523300   Employee Receives Facial Burns And Laceration During Arc Fla
5 110884.01 10/05/2018 0950632   Employee Receives Electrical Shock And Falls From Six Foot L
6 109432.01 09/20/2018 0951510   Employee Changing Circuit Breaker Is Burned In Arc Flash
7 109442.01 09/13/2018 0522300   Employee, After Electric Shock, Falls From Ladder And Incurs
8 108161.01 08/09/2018 0420300   Employee Is Burned In Circuit Breaker Arc Flash
9 107350.01 07/16/2018 0215000 X Employee Is Electrocuted While Rouging In An Electrical Box/
10 106785.01 06/20/2018 0626300   Employee Is Shocked, Burned By Energized Circuit
11 106146.01 05/04/2018 0951510   Two Employees Are Burned In Arc Flash
12 107639.01 02/21/2018 0950641   Employee'S Lungs Are Burned In Electrical Explosion
13 101309.01 09/14/2017 0953210   Two Employees Receive Burns From An Electrical Arc Flash
14 97810.015 07/28/2017 0419400   Worker Installing Circuit Breaker Is Burned In Arc Flash
15 85572.015 05/24/2016 0627700 X Electrician Troubleshooting Sign Contacts An Energized Part
16 76756.015 05/07/2015 0625700   Employee Receives Several Flash Burns When Pulling Cable Fro
17 202675278 09/09/2013 0950621   6531 Employee Receives First Degree Burns From Electrrical Arc
18 202658274 08/05/2013 0950643   3599 Employee Receives Burn From Electrical Panel Explosion
19 200626935 07/08/2013 0454715 X 1731 Employee Is Electrocuted
20 202545489 04/10/2013 0950641   8222 Employee Receives Flash Burns Working On Electrical Panel

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