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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
21 000845495 07/22/1992 0521100 X 3081 Electric Shock - Contact With Live Parts Thru Air Nozzle
22 112046.01 12/21/2018 0521400 X One Employee Is Shocked By Halogen Light, Other Employee Lat
23 201955184 08/03/2007 0522000 X 1542 Employee Electrocuted By Temporary Wired Power Cord
24 014372114 09/15/1992 0523300 X 3523 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Cord Connector And Plug
25 014383541 10/29/1993 0524530 X 3351 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Cord Connector
26 200784247 08/11/2007 0626300 X 3714 Employee Is Electrocuted By Welding Machine
27 014237721 06/23/1986 0627100 X 5191 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Electric Equipment
28 200263200 07/05/2007 0627100 X 8711 Employee Is Electrocuted While Connecting Wires
29 200811172 10/08/1997 0627400 X 1741 An Employee Was Electrocuted
30 000755587 04/10/1995 0653510 X 1731,1542 Electric Shock - Contact With Energized Parts
31 014421440 08/21/1988 0728900 X 1382 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Cord Connector
32 85006.015 05/03/2016 0729300 X Employee Is Electrocuted When Repairing 480 Volt Cord
33 014425102 10/02/1991 0729300 X 7922 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Parts
34 115770.01 04/17/2019 0830300   Employee Burns Hand When Shocked By Electrical Cord
35 170562607 09/28/1993 0854910 X 1541 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Electric Grinder
36 000691725 11/05/1986 0854910   2099 Electric Shock - Contact With Attachment Plug
37 201186483 06/07/2012 0950611   1731 Electrician Is Injured When Struck By Falling Equipment
38 170206916 11/22/1991 0950615   1761 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Attachment Plug
39 201024338 08/01/2012 0950615   8069 Employee Fractures Hip In Trip Over Equipment Cord
40 202487807 07/31/2008 0950621   7699 Employee'S Hand Is Broken When Entangled By Cord

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