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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 200610913 01/10/2001 0111700   3995 No Employees Were Injured - Dust Collection System Explosion
2 014529762 02/08/1993 0111700   2499 Employees Injured In Dust Collection System Explosion
3 014528970 06/12/1991 0111700   3559 Employee Burned When Dust Collector Explodes
4 200611762 01/24/2005 0111700   2431 Fire Occurs At Millwork Facility In Dust Collection System
5 014528681 08/31/1984 0111700   3661 Burns From Dust Collection System Fire And Explosion
6 200690998 03/27/2010 0112600 X 2493 Employee Is Killed While Troubleshooting Motor
7 101531.01 12/08/2017 0155010   Employee Is Hospitalized After Aluminum Dust Collector Explo
8 200630598 10/02/2000 0316400   4789 Three Employees Hospitalized After Fire In Dust Collector
9 200632511 03/05/2012 0316400 X 3532 Employees Get Burned By Fire
10 97583.015 07/24/2017 0316700   Worker Is Struck By Falling Equipment, Incurs Leg Fracture
11 100063.01 10/03/2017 0316700   Employee Sustains Fingertip Amputations When Struck Against
12 014330468 03/02/1989 0317700   3496 One Employee Killed, Two Burned By Ignited Aluminum Dust
13 200963213 08/12/1999 0352410   2899 Employee Burned When Dust Collector Contents Ignite
14 202328795 03/14/2001 0352410 X 2899 Employee Killed In Explosion
15 110209.01 10/13/2018 0352420   Employee Survives Combustible Dust Explosion
16 94254.015 03/24/2017 0355110   Employee Amputates Finger When Clearing Dust Collector
17 014289540 03/05/1990 0355111   2141 Employee'S Fingertips Amputated In Revolving Airlock Rotor
18 200921625 10/04/2004 0355112   2434 Employee Suffers Severed Hand
19 000955260 11/27/1990 0355112 X 2493 Employees Killed When Combustible Dust Ignites
20 79945.015 09/23/2015 0418100   Employee Is Burned When A Dust Collector Explodes

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