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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
301 200626034 09/01/2010 0454712 X 1731 Electric Shock - Contact With Energized Conductor
302 202080669 08/26/2010 0453730   8062,1731 Three Employees Are Injured From Electric Arc
303 202627527 08/21/2010 0950633   3462 Employee'S Hand Is Burned
304 201682077 08/18/2010 1050210 X 4911 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Parts
305 202491163 08/16/2010 0950621   1731 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Parts
306 201860749 08/13/2010 0452110 X 1542 Employee Is Electrocuted While Wiring Pole
307 202561015 07/29/2010 0950411   1731 Employee Is Electrocuted
308 201720414 07/21/2010 0257220 X 4911 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Parts
309 202252003 07/13/2010 0953210   1799 Electric Shock & Fall - Contact With Energized Parts
310 202494126 07/12/2010 0215000   1731 Electric Shock - Contact With Energized Parts
311 201773553 07/12/2010 0213900 X 1731 Electric Shock - Contact With Energized Parts
312 202528253 07/09/2010 0420600 X 1731 Employee Contacts Transformer And Is Electrocuted
313 202456661 07/06/2010 0950642   1796 Electrician Loses Finger
314 202551982 07/06/2010 0950631   1731 Electrician Is Injured In Fall From School Roof
315 202541959 06/30/2010 0950641   7812 Worker'S Foot Is Caught By Truck Liftgate And Pinched
316 200203495 06/24/2010 0418200 X 1711 Employee Is Killed From Electric Shock
317 200272128 06/23/2010 0524500 X 5211 Employee Falls From Ladder And Dies After Electric Shock
318 202528204 05/10/2010 0420600 X 3731 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Parts
319 200375038 04/30/2010 0454510   1731 Burn - Electrical Fault In Circuit Breaker
320 201075728 04/09/2010 0950632   1731 Employee Suffers Electrical Shock, Falls, Fractures Ankle

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