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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 308108885 07/27/2005 0111400 X 8744 Employee Is Electrocuted By Energized Disconnect Box
2 201523610 07/24/2010 0111500   1752 Employee Is Injured By Electric Shock
3 115928.01 05/01/2019 0111700 X Employee Is Killed While Installing Heating Equipment
4 000936708 05/07/1994 0112600 X 1799,2431 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Electric Equipment
5 200690998 03/27/2010 0112600 X 2493 Employee Is Killed While Troubleshooting Motor
6 000638833 08/24/1998 0213600 X 2022 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Conduit
7 117893.01 05/13/2019 0213600   Employee Is Shocked After Contacting Energized Conveyor
8 99198.015 09/21/2017 0215000 X One Employee Killed; One Employee Hospitalized When Both Are
9 134920.01 04/19/2021 0215000 X Employee Is Electrocuted Working On Step-Down Transformer An
10 107709.01 06/12/2018 0215600   Employee Installing Electrical Receptacle Burns Hands
11 105810.01 05/23/2018 0316100 X Employee Is Electrocuted While Installing Conduit
12 110407.01 10/22/2018 0316100   Employee'S Toes Are Amputated When Struck By Steel Plate
13 170746093 04/04/1995 0316120 X 1771 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Lighting Fixture
14 014481683 11/07/1986 0316400 X 2421 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Electrical Conduit
15 200630192 07/21/1998 0316400 X 1751 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Conduit
16 014328348 03/19/1985 0317020 X 4213 Electric Shock - Contact With Overhead Line Thru Conduit
17 200541472 10/04/2006 0317500 X 3544 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Aerial Lift
18 201371200 08/11/2007 0317700 X 2421 Employee Is Electrocuted When Stripping Wire
19 014314504 07/10/1989 0317900 X 3089 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Transformer
20 170340830 02/14/1995 0317900 X 1731,6029 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Electrical Conduit

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