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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 115770.01 04/17/2019 0830300   Employee Burns Hand When Shocked By Electrical Cord
2 115530.01 04/12/2019 0213400   Employee'S Finger Is Amputated While Cleaning Machine
3 112046.01 12/21/2018 0521400 X One Employee Is Shocked By Halogen Light, Other Employee Lat
4 85006.015 05/03/2016 0729300 X Employee Is Electrocuted When Repairing 480 Volt Cord
5 202545968 01/10/2014 0950641   6321 Employee Fractures Shoulder In Trip And Fall Incident
6 202686903 02/07/2013 0950633   9223 Employee Injures Hip In Trip And Fall On Cord From A Printer
7 202458113 12/05/2012 0950647   8062 Employee Falls As Her Foot Gets Tangled In Cord
8 201024338 08/01/2012 0950615   8069 Employee Fractures Hip In Trip Over Equipment Cord
9 201186483 06/07/2012 0950611   1731 Electrician Is Injured When Struck By Falling Equipment
10 202487807 07/31/2008 0950621   7699 Employee'S Hand Is Broken When Entangled By Cord
11 202517116 04/29/2008 0950624   8069 Employee Trips And Falls In Hospital
12 200784247 08/11/2007 0626300 X 3714 Employee Is Electrocuted By Welding Machine
13 201955184 08/03/2007 0522000 X 1542 Employee Electrocuted By Temporary Wired Power Cord
14 200263200 07/05/2007 0627100 X 8711 Employee Is Electrocuted While Connecting Wires
15 310810320 07/03/2006 0950632   1761 Employee Cuts Thigh While Using Skill Saw
16 202357216 12/21/2005 0352450   1711 Employee Is Injured When Tripping On Radio Cord
17 201701505 04/03/2003 1054115   1761 Employee'S Fingers Injured When Saw Kicked Back
18 201370533 09/21/2000 0317700 X 7539 Electric Shock - Apparent Ground Fault In Lighting Fixture
19 171011034 08/15/2000 0950631 X 1799 Electric Shock - Possible Ground Fault In Electric Cord
20 200880425 08/01/2000 0215800   7992 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Cord Connector

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