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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
41 104691.01 11/09/2017 0950643   Employee Is Shocked And Burned During Electrical Testing
42 100702.01 11/06/2017 0522500   Electrical Apprentice Is Shocked And Burned By Energized Cab
43 100304.01 10/19/2017 1050210   Employee Doing Elevated Electrical Work Falls And Fractures
44 100032.01 10/18/2017 0454711   Two Electrical Employees Are Burned In Arc Flash
45 103646.01 10/09/2017 0950641   Employee Working On Electric Sign Falls From Ladder And Is S
46 99941.015 10/06/2017 0420600   Employee Is Struck By Falling Pulley And Incurs Head Injurie
47 101471.01 09/23/2017 0950633   Employee Falls When Scissor Lift Tips Over And Incurs Multip
48 103468.01 09/18/2017 0950411 X Employee Falls From Ladder And Incurs Head Injury
49 99303.015 09/18/2017 0751910   Employee Contacts Underground Electric Power Line And Is Sho
50 101450.01 09/08/2017 0419700   Three Workers Are Burned In Electric Arc Flash
51 99243.015 08/22/2017 1032500   Worker Handling Energized Transformer Is Electrocuted/Burned
52 98333.015 08/15/2017 0521700   Foreman Testing Voltage Is Burned In Arc Flash
53 98216.015 08/15/2017 0953210   Electrical Worker Is Shocked And Falls Through Ceiling
54 97926.015 08/01/2017 0213600   Employee Is Burned In Electrical Arc Flash
55 98835.015 07/18/2017 0950611   Employee Touches Energized Wire And Is Shocked
56 99940.015 07/17/2017 0950631   Worker Falls While Climbing Scaffold
57 97214.015 07/13/2017 0419700   Employee Fixing Electric Meter Shocked And Burned In An Arc
58 97123.015 07/07/2017 0950612   Worker Operating Machine Has Finger Amputated
59 97566.015 06/09/2017 0552651   Employee Installing Light Is Shocked And Falls From Ladder
60 96492.015 06/03/2017 0214200   Employee Installing A Conductor Is Burned In Arc Flash

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