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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 202220836 09/21/2011 0111100 X 7699 Two Employees Die From H2s Exposure In A Confined Space
2 200460061 03/05/1997 0111400   3316 Seven Employees Injured From Exposure To Hydrofluoric Acid
3 014265011 05/23/1984 0111400   2269 Sulfuric Acid Reaction Created Hydrogen Gas Explosion.
4 170110233 09/10/1992 0111400 X 3829 Employee Splashed While Pouring Hydrogen Fluoride
5 200460350 10/02/1998 0111400 X 913 One Drowned, Three Sick After Exposure To Hydrogen Sulfide
6 014528954 04/19/1991 0111700   2621 Seven Employees Injured After Inhaling Toxic Fumes
7 170035257 08/29/1994 0112000   2869 Employees Injured In Hydrogen Peroxide Tank Explosion
8 200690063 09/28/1996 0112600 X 3471 Two Employees Die After Inhaling Hydrogen Sulfide
9 170401178 06/14/1994 0213400 X 1623 One Employee Killed, Two Injured When Exposed To Sewer Gases
10 201310331 01/23/1996 0213400 X 5171 Two Employees Killed When Exposed To Hydrogen Sulfide
11 014312235 08/26/1992 0213900   1623 Employees Overcome By Toxic Fumes In Excavation
12 014306880 09/06/1988 0213900 X 1623 Employee Dies In Manhole After Inhaling Hydrogen Sulfide
13 014491138 01/14/1985 0214500   2851 Employees Inhaled Toxic Fumes
14 200831469 06/29/2009 0215600 X 7699,5093 Hydrogen Sulfide Overexposure Kills Three Workers
15 200831030 10/17/1996 0215600   5169 Employees Are Injured When Exposed To Hydrogen Sulfide
16 000982587 08/01/1990 0257220   2337 Five Employees Inhale Fumes From Roof Asphalt
17 000982025 11/17/1990 0257240   3679 Employees Injured During Chemical Explosion
18 68872.015 07/13/2014 0257260 X One Employee Killed; Two Injured By A Generator Explosion
19 170075899 10/10/1995 0257260 X 4925 Employee Dies Of Oxygen Deficiency In Confined Space
20 200220044 07/12/1997 0316300 X 3731 Three Employees Drown After Inhaling Sewage Gases

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