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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 170241053 09/06/1990 1055350 X 2037 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Attachment Plug
2 170237069 08/16/1991 1055320 X 2091,8741,4731 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Cord Connector
3 201701505 04/03/2003 1054115   1761 Employee'S Fingers Injured When Saw Kicked Back
4 202458113 12/05/2012 0950647   8062 Employee Falls As Her Foot Gets Tangled In Cord
5 170731087 11/28/1994 0950644   7532 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Parts
6 170153365 01/08/1992 0950642   2011 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Parts
7 202545968 01/10/2014 0950641   6321 Employee Fractures Shoulder In Trip And Fall Incident
8 202686903 02/07/2013 0950633   9223 Employee Injures Hip In Trip And Fall On Cord From A Printer
9 171004831 10/12/1994 0950632   1541 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Electric Drill
10 310810320 07/03/2006 0950632   1761 Employee Cuts Thigh While Using Skill Saw
11 201060399 01/21/1997 0950632 X 7389 Electric Shock - Cause Unknown
12 170167985 07/16/1997 0950631 X 7342 Electric Shock - Probable Ground Fault In Electric Fan
13 171011034 08/15/2000 0950631 X 1799 Electric Shock - Possible Ground Fault In Electric Cord
14 201081361 09/10/1998 0950625   7361 Employee Sustained Injuries In Fall From Platform
15 170616205 08/01/1995 0950625 X 1799 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Cord Connector Or Plug
16 202517116 04/29/2008 0950624   8069 Employee Trips And Falls In Hospital
17 202487807 07/31/2008 0950621   7699 Employee'S Hand Is Broken When Entangled By Cord
18 201024338 08/01/2012 0950615   8069 Employee Fractures Hip In Trip Over Equipment Cord
19 170206916 11/22/1991 0950615   1761 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Attachment Plug
20 201186483 06/07/2012 0950611   1731 Electrician Is Injured When Struck By Falling Equipment

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