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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
21 105773.01 03/07/2018 0936500   Two Employees In Arc Flash Are Burned
22 103845.01 03/06/2018 0636900   Employee Is Burned While Repairing A Power Transmission Line
23 103140.01 02/13/2018 0418800   Power Line Worker Incurs Electric Shock And Burn
24 108165.01 02/13/2018 0950633   Employee Falls From Attic And Incurs Head Trauma
25 103019.01 02/10/2018 0626600   Electrician Is Shocked And Falls From Ladder
26 102870.01 02/02/2018 0418800   Employee In Arc Flash Incurs Thermal Burns
27 102953.01 02/01/2018 0950632   Employee Contacts Energized Parts And Is Shocked/Burned
28 102610.01 01/29/2018 0950623 X Worker Dies As A Result Of Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy
29 102598.01 01/22/2018 0215000   Employee Installing Wiring Is Shocked And Burned
30 102434.01 01/22/2018 0419400   Employee Working Close To Power Line Is Shocked And Burned
31 104582.01 01/11/2018 0626600   Employee Replacing Electrical Wires Is Shocked And Burned
32 102385.01 12/26/2017 0625500   Employee Testing Electrical Circuit Is Injured In Arc Flash
33 101927.01 12/20/2017 0352450   Two Employees Are Burned In Electric Arc Flash
34 102688.01 12/11/2017 0950625   Worker Falls From Stepladder And Fractures Several Vertebrae
35 101294.01 11/30/2017 0729700   Employee Sustains Facial Laceration When Machine Starts Up
36 101452.01 11/28/2017 0419700   Employees Installing Electric Busbar Are Burned In Arc Flash
37 101182.01 11/27/2017 0751910   Employee Working With Transformers Is Burned In Arc Flash
38 103671.01 11/26/2017 0950631   Employee Troubleshooting Power Outage Incurs Flash Burns
39 105419.01 11/17/2017 0950641   Employee Falls While Servicing Led Lights And Injures Head
40 104691.01 11/09/2017 0950643   Employee Is Shocked And Burned During Electrical Testing

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