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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
81 014256747 09/01/1990 0453710   7231,7349 Employees Suffer Carbon Monoxide Overexposure
82 170062418 01/25/1994 0453710   4222 Employees Exposed To Carbon Monoxide Due To Poor Ventilation
83 014447361 01/17/1985 0453710   7011 Exposed To Carbon Monoxide
84 000946061 03/30/1993 0453710   2015 Employees Become Ill After Possible Exposure To Co2
85 014339741 05/03/1985 0453710   1731 Employees Exposed To Carbon Monoxide In Basement
86 014250641 03/18/1986 0453710   3297 Employees Became Ill From Unknown Air Contaminant
87 001000157 02/01/1988 0453710   4225 24 Employees Exposed To Carbon Monoxide
88 000809855 10/16/1987 0453710   4225 Four Employees Exposed To Carbon Monoxide
89 170054183 01/02/1992 0453710 X 1791,1622 Employee Killed When Struck By Headache Ball
90 014249916 12/05/1985 0453710   2611 Employees Exposed To Chlorine Gas From Pipe Leak
91 014249965 01/21/1986 0453710   1711,1731,1541 Employees Became Ill From Carbon Monoxide Exposure
92 170072789 07/14/1992 0453710   7999 Employees Suffer Carbon Monoxide Exposure From Zamboni
93 014255426 08/22/1988 0453710   2361 Employees Become Ill From Carbon Monoxide Fumes
94 119950.01 07/27/2019 0453710 X Employee Trips, Falls And Injures Head; Later Dies
95 170121503 01/26/1995 0453720   2221 Four Employees Suffer Possible Diesel Overexposure
96 202079075 11/01/2007 0453730   7342 Four Employees Experience Respiratory Distress
97 202081337 02/27/2012 0453730   4212 Workers Are Overcome By Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
98 202080198 10/20/2008 0453730   8211 Three Teachers Hospitalized After Carbon Monoxide Exposure
99 202082392 08/16/2013 0453730   7389 Three Employees Suffer Inhalation Symptoms
100 202074126 11/22/1996 0453730   9431 Nine Employees Become Ill After Chemical Exposure

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