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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 201380904 04/10/2007 0214500   2752 Snapped Drill Bit Lacerates Maintenance Supervisor'S Wrist
2 014489082 08/03/1987 0215000 X 8221 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Electric Drill
3 001003094 11/19/1996 0253640   9199 Electric Shock - Probable Ground Fault In Electric Drill
4 000811646 08/07/1991 0257250 X 5661 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Cord Set
5 116093.01 05/08/2019 0316300   Employee Incurs Multiple Injuries When Caught In Rotating Dr
6 014482020 06/21/1984 0316400 X 1541 Electric Shock - Ungrounded Electric Drill
7 014323877 05/01/1986 0317500 X 3669 Electric Shock - Cause Unknown
8 201370152 01/18/1998 0317700   1731 Electric Shock - Cause Unknown
9 014246466 05/07/2003 0317900 X 8211 Employee Died After Fall From Ladder
10 200960599 11/07/1996 0352410   9223 Electric Shock - Contact With Energized Conductor Thru Drill
11 202600748 09/25/2009 0352450   1731 Burn - Electrical Fault In Underground Power Line
12 000694430 09/26/1986 0355114 X 1771 Electric Shock - Probable Ground Fault In Electric Drill
13 014343958 06/11/1990 0418400 X 3549 Employee Dies After Fall From Ladder
14 200673556 11/02/2001 0418800 X 1743 One Killed, One Injured After Electric Shock From Drill
15 200677375 05/19/2008 0418800 X 4911 Two Employees Are Electrocuted From Tower; Kills One, Injure
16 200671204 06/10/1998 0418800 X 1799 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Electric Drill
17 014525893 09/10/1984 0418800 X 1721 Electric Shock - Electric Drill Frame Energized By Adapter
18 124413.01 02/28/2020 0418800 X Employee Is Electrocuted While Using Hand Drill While Standi
19 000818849 07/12/1990 0418800 X 1711 Electric Shock - Ground Fault In Electric Equipment
20 200673457 08/14/2001 0418800 X 1711 Employee Electrocuted By Short Circuit In Concrete Drill

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