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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
101 200230720 01/19/2000 1032500   4212 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Extension Cord Set
102 200600930 08/09/2000 0625400 X 5075 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Electric Cord
103 171011034 08/15/2000 0950631 X 1799 Electric Shock - Possible Ground Fault In Electric Cord
104 201370533 09/21/2000 0317700 X 7539 Electric Shock - Apparent Ground Fault In Lighting Fixture
105 201141892 10/10/2000 0950631   1751 Employee Cuts Arm With Skill Saw
106 202074704 05/23/2001 0453730 X 3646 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Electric Sign
107 200601854 06/14/2001 0625400 X 1711 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Electric Equipment
108 200711414 07/23/2001 0636900 X 1711 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Cord Set
109 170759377 08/02/2001 0551800 X 1711 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Parts
110 200830503 08/15/2001 0215600 X 6531 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Power Cord And Tool
111 201123502 08/28/2001 0950613 X 1521 Employee Electrocuted In Contact With Extension Cord
112 201720075 09/07/2001 0257220 X 3312 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Conductor
113 200090272 09/11/2001 0112300 X 2591 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Parts
114 201351566 10/25/2001 0419700 X 7999 Electric Shock - Cause Unknown
115 202337747 01/04/2002 0352410   1711,1522,1751 Two Employees Injured In Fall From Balcony
116 201485836 06/20/2002 0950622   5511 Employee Has Fractures, Hearing Loss After Electric Shock
117 200031524 07/17/2002 0521700 X 1741 Employee Killed When Scaffold Energized By Cut Extension Cor
118 201156270 07/23/2002 0950633 X 3993 Employee Is Shocked And Dies While Working On Light Fixture
119 200261881 08/12/2002 0627100 X 7699 Employee Is Electrocuted
120 200031631 09/20/2002 0521700 X 5078 Employee Is Electrocuted

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