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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 132140.01 01/04/2021 0418300 X Employee Troubleshooting Non-Functioning Light Is Electrocut
2 131065.01 11/14/2020 0524700 X Employee Is Killed When Boom Crane Personnel Basket Falls
3 130910.01 11/04/2020 0418100 X Foreman Is Killed In Fall And Coworker Is Struck And Injured
4 130703.01 10/24/2020 0418300 X Employee Accesses Energized Panel And Is Electrocuted
5 130337.01 10/06/2020 0352460 X Employee Is Shocked, Falls From Ladder, And Is Killed
6 129290.01 09/04/2020 0521400 X Employee Receives Electrical Shock And Dies While Terminatin
7 130209.01 08/26/2020 0950633 X Employee Is Killed By Electrocution While Conducting Electri
8 128697.01 08/17/2020 0522500 X Employee Makes Contact With Power Line And Is Electrocuted
9 128268.01 08/03/2020 0522500 X One Employee Is Killed, Two Are Injured In 4-Kv Arc Flash In
10 127784.01 07/15/2020 0552652 X Employee Touches Energized Conductor And Is Electrocuted
11 127466.01 06/29/2020 0418800 X Employee Is Killed By Electrocution
12 127518.01 06/19/2020 0950625 X Employee Installing Electrical Conduit Is Electrocuted
13 126228.01 05/17/2020 0524700 X Employee Is Electrocuted While Cleaning Wires
14 125149.01 04/01/2020 0454712 X Employee Troubleshooting Post Light Is Electrocuted
15 125091.01 03/26/2020 0627100 X Employee Replacing Switch On Electric Pump Is Electrocuted
16 124826.01 03/13/2020 0626300 X Employee Is Killed In Fall From Ladder
17 120021.01 08/30/2019 0653510 X Employee Is Electrocuted While Servicing Hvac Unit
18 119018.01 08/15/2019 0625700 X Employee Dies While Working On Electrical Box
19 118875.01 08/09/2019 0728500 X Employee Is Shocked, Falls From Tank, And Is Killed
20 118715.01 08/06/2019 0626600 X Employee Installing Emergency Lights Is Electrocuted

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