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Keyword: "Conduit"AllAllAllAllAll

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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
181 201160702 07/19/1998 0950641   1731 Electric Shock - Contact With Conductor Thru Conduit
182 201167863 05/08/2006 0950641   6513 Employee Is Electrical Shocked While Replacing Sump Pump Mot
183 201167202 07/27/2005 0950641   3721 Employee'S Arm Is Burned In Explosion
184 202542841 02/17/2011 0950641   1794 Employee Is Injured When Struck By Falling Poll Box
185 201056579 08/03/2002 0950642 X 1711 Employee Electrocuted In Contact With Metal Conduit
186 202451696 07/26/2005 0950642   1731 Employee Fractures Forearm In Fall From Ladder
187 202456380 04/09/2010 0950642   1731 Employee Is Injured When Reinforced Steel Pierces Arm
188 202656989 09/18/2012 0950643   5051 Employee Suffers Burns In Switchboard Accident
189 202658134 07/09/2013 0950643   1731 Employees Are Injured When Trench Collapses
190 202463261 04/13/2006 0950643   5261 Employee'S Arm Is Fractured In Fall From Steps
191 300833696 04/11/2006 0950643   1623 Employee Is Nearly Asphyxiated In Trench Cave-In
192 202462560 09/20/2005 0950643   1731 Employee'S Vertebrae Fracture When Struck By Plywood
193 202469417 07/08/2010 0950643   3728 Employee Amputates Finger In Blower'S Moving Parts
194 201117736 03/16/2004 0950643   8211 Employee Losses Balance, Falls, And Breaks His Back
195 105954.01 01/17/2018 0950644   Employee Catches Finger In Rope And Lacerates Finger
196 201791258 12/24/1997 0950644   1731 Employee Injured In Fall From Manlift
197 102179.01 11/10/2017 0950644   Employee Installing Storm Drain Pipe Has Hand Crushed
198 201797842 11/04/2003 0950644   1711 Employee Fractures Arm In Machine
199 170179709 12/31/1990 0950645   5311 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Lighting Wiring
200 170695498 03/04/1993 0950645   2999 Employee Suffers Fracture When Struck By Conduit

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