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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
41 99038.015 09/07/2017 0522300   Employee'S Finger Is Caught Between Conduit And Guard And Is
42 98882.015 08/29/2017 0728900   Employee Fractures His Orbital Socket When He Falls In A Gra
43 99223.015 08/16/2017 0950631   Worker Falls From Ramp Above Roof And Fractures Ankle
44 97806.015 07/28/2017 0855610   Worker Is Struck By Cable, Falls And Incurs Back Injuries
45 101415.01 06/28/2017 0953220   Two Employees Suffer Chemical Burns From Sulfuric Acid Relea
46 95098.015 04/27/2017 0352430   Employee Receives Electrical Shock From Energized Wire
47 97550.015 04/12/2017 0953220   Demolition Worker Is Shocked By Live Wires In Building
48 92105.015 01/10/2017 0636900   Utility Worker Searching For Underground Conduit Is Electroc
49 87856.015 08/17/2016 0626700 X Employee Dies After Electrocution
50 86049.015 06/14/2016 0626300 X Employee Electrocuted While Installing Hvac Equipment
51 85595.015 05/19/2016 0627100 X Employee Is Struck In Head And Killed By Metal Conduit That
52 80254.015 10/12/2015 0420600 X Employee Is Electrocuted While Pulling Wire Through A Condui
53 202658134 07/09/2013 0950643   1731 Employees Are Injured When Trench Collapses
54 46469.015 06/10/2013 0524500 X Employee Falls From Ladder And Is Killed
55 201044963 04/23/2013 0953220 X 4212 Employee Crushed And Killed When Conduits Rolls Off Trailer
56 43764.015 03/27/2013 0522300 X Employee Falls From Six Foot Step Ladder And Later Dies
57 202656989 09/18/2012 0950643   5051 Employee Suffers Burns In Switchboard Accident
58 202587648 07/27/2012 0950614   7389 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Parts
59 202509295 07/07/2012 0950622   4841 Employee Breaks Heel In Fall From Cable Pole
60 202509402 05/22/2012 0950622   1542 Employee Fractures Ankle In Fall Through Ceiling

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