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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
81 105292.01 04/27/2018 0626300   Employee Cutting Rebar Is Burned When Clothing Ignites
82 109104.01 04/25/2018 0751910   Employee Sustains Burn On Foot When Hot Material Falls From
83 105840.01 04/25/2018 0418200   Employee Sustains Chemical Burn While Dispensing Chemical Fr
84 109635.01 04/09/2018 0950643   Employee Suffers Burns From Plasma Cutter Sparks
85 106819.01 04/02/2018 0950624   Restaurant Worker Burns Hand In Hot Fryer Oil
86 104844.01 04/02/2018 0950612   Employee Sustains Head Injury When Struck By Bracket
87 104733.01 04/02/2018 0950612   Splinter From Wood Pallet Leads To Infection In Employee'S H
88 104337.01 03/20/2018 0626300   Employee Is Injured When Clothes Catch Fire And Falls From L
89 104054.01 03/19/2018 0936200   Electrical Sustains Electrical Shock, Burn, And Rib Fracture
90 104117.01 03/15/2018 0626700   Employee Is Burned When Splashed With 93% Sulphuric Acid Whi
91 105852.01 03/14/2018 0522500   Two Employees Are Overexposed To Carbon Monoxide
92 103711.01 03/06/2018 0627700   Two Employees Are Injured When Caught In Conveyor Rollers
93 103496.01 02/26/2018 0950633   Employee Dismantling Scaffold Falls And Breaks Wrists
94 103714.01 02/24/2018 0830500   Employee'S Forearm Is Caught In A Rotating Joint And Fractur
95 105099.01 02/19/2018 0950632   Employee Is Burned When Torch Ignites Pants
96 104743.01 02/09/2018 0355112   Employee'S Foot, Crushed By Excavator, Is Amputated
97 105012.01 02/06/2018 0950621   Employee'S Arm Is Caught In Machinery And Is Fractured
98 102569.01 01/25/2018 0454711 X Employee Dies After Being Caught In Auger
99 102346.01 01/10/2018 0729700   Employee Sustains Lacerations While Demonstrating Equipment
100 102125.01 01/09/2018 0419700   Employee Sustains Broken Ribs When Caught In Winder Machine

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