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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
21 171061567 10/10/2001 0854910   1794 Employee Became Ill After Inhaling Unknown Dust
22 201113545 08/22/2001 0950643   2911 Employee Injured When Exposed To Chlorine Gas Cylinder Leak
23 200371888 08/17/2001 0454510   2221 Four Employees Are Exposed To Formaldehyde
24 201632049 08/05/2001 1054191   7381,1711,6512,7999 Seven Employees Exposed To Leaking Freon Gas
25 201201498 07/02/2001 1054194   8011 Employee Has Allergic Reaction To Spilled Perfume
26 202074126 11/22/1996 0453730   9431 Nine Employees Become Ill After Chemical Exposure
27 014521991 05/03/1995 0524500   3632 Employees Overexposed To Chemical Vapors
28 170706519 01/27/1994 0950645   7933 Employee Inhales Gas From Mixed Household-Cleaners
29 000875518 10/27/1993 0932030   9511,9512 Employees Suffer Symptoms Of Toxic Inhalation Exposure
30 014309082 04/13/1993 0213400 X 2911 Employee Dies After Exposure To Unknown Toxic Material
31 014499487 01/15/1992 0523300   7011 Employees Overcome By Gases Released By Chemical Reaction
32 170747042 08/03/1991 0253670   4941 Employee Becomes Ill After Exposure To Chlorine Leak
33 000817452 10/10/1990 0112000   3952 Employees Exposed To Acetic Acid
34 000785121 07/14/1989 1054111   5148 Employees Suffer From Inhalation Of Chemicals
35 014491609 12/03/1987 0214500   3714 26 Hospitalized Due To Inhalation Of Epoxy Adhesive Smoke
36 001001460 09/23/1987 0751910   3633 8 Employees Exposed To Mists Of Cutting Oil
37 014253835 03/25/1987 0453710   2297 Nine Employees Suffered From Smoke Inhalation
38 014249916 12/05/1985 0453710   2611 Employees Exposed To Chlorine Gas From Pipe Leak
39 014387260 03/21/1985 0524200   1711,3714 Inhalation Of Sulfuric Acid Fumes
40 014454334 12/14/1984 0751910   3499 Employees Exposed To Sulfur Dioxide Gas

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