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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
241 107844.01 07/31/2018 0728900 X One Employee Is Killed And Three Are Injured When Unsecured
242 108704.01 07/30/2018 0418800   Employee Injures Head When Struck By Pressurized Concrete Pu
243 108469.01 07/28/2018 0524500   Employee Fractures Ribs In Fall
244 107831.01 07/28/2018 0950633 X Employee Hits Head In Fall From Ladder; Later Dies
245 107909.01 07/27/2018 0950633 X Employee Hits Head In Fall From Truck; Later Dies
246 107956.01 07/27/2018 0551800 X Employee Is Killed In Fall From Scissor Lift
247 108012.01 07/26/2018 0830500   Employee Is Shocked, Burned By Overhead Power Lines
248 108594.01 07/23/2018 0950633   Employee Experiences Heat Stress In Hot Work Environment
249 107864.01 07/22/2018 0418300   Employee Runs Into Pallet Stack And Fractures Hip
250 107915.01 07/20/2018 0950411 X Employee Falls Through Skylight And Is Killed
251 107714.01 07/19/2018 0215800   Employee Amputates Fingers When Caught By Concrete Form Mold
252 109105.01 07/19/2018 0355111   Employee Sustains Multiple Injuries In Fall Through Ceiling
253 107472.01 07/18/2018 0352450   Employee Falls From Stepladder And Injures His Head, Eye, An
254 108435.01 07/18/2018 0950614   Employee Operating Power Saw Amputates Fingertip
255 107516.01 07/16/2018 0729300   Employee Falls From Work Platform And Punctures Abdomen
256 112846.01 07/16/2018 0950621   Two Employees Are Injured When Struck By Concrete Boom
257 111467.01 07/12/2018 0950614   Employee Sustains Chemical Burns After Falling Into Cement H
258 107177.01 07/10/2018 0419700   Employee Receives Laceration Injury To Throat From Concrete
259 107613.01 07/10/2018 0950632   Employee Is Sickened By Heat-Related Illness
260 107441.01 07/09/2018 0420600   Employee Falls From Roof And Breaks Foot

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