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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
61 014538656 05/20/1986 0452110   3312 Employees Exposed To Carbon Monoxide
62 113184.01 12/22/2018 0452110 X Employee Is Found Unresponsive And Later Dies
63 000993709 09/11/1986 0452110   2085 Employees Exposed To Unknown Chemical Vapor Or Smoke
64 014538631 04/09/1985 0452110   2821 Employee Exposed To Butyl Acrylate Vapors; Hospitalized
65 000739995 10/08/1990 0452110   2752 Employees Suffer Illness From Overheated Transformer
66 000783274 07/22/1995 0452110   9221 Employees Become Ill After Exposure To Carbon Monoxide
67 000739953 02/27/1990 0452110   5122 Employee Hospitalized After Inhaling Chemical Vapors
68 000995076 05/24/1988 0452110   2099 Twenty-Eight Employees Suffer Carbon Monoxide Overexposure
69 000995043 07/05/1988 0452110   1622 Employees Become Ill After Inhaling Chlorine Gas
70 014262117 08/03/1994 0452110   3645 Employee Faints From Unknown Chemical Exposure
71 000736892 07/09/1991 0452110   2329 Employees Overexposed To Carbon Monoxide
72 170672083 08/27/1992 0452110   1623 Employees Feel Ill After Confined Space Entry
73 000737478 09/04/1985 0452110   2325 Employees Exposed To Carbon Monoxide From Forklift Trucks
74 014538284 02/12/1987 0452110   2321 Probable Exposure To Carbon Monoxide Gas
75 000783712 08/25/1988 0452110   8211 Seven Employees Overexposed To Carbon Monoxide
76 170672364 02/02/1995 0452110   2326 Three Employees Affected By Gas Release
77 119950.01 07/27/2019 0453710 X Employee Trips, Falls And Injures Head; Later Dies
78 170072995 09/17/1991 0453710   2339 Eight Employees Ill From Carbon Monoxide Exhaust
79 170055586 06/27/1990 0453710   3535 Fifteen Employees Suffer Carbon Monoxide Overexposure
80 014252605 05/12/1988 0453710   3089 Employees Become Ill After Exposure To Carbon Monoxide

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