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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
141 201282324 04/20/2006 0418100 X 8011 Employee Dies After Spilling Disinfectant
142 202316055 04/15/2006 0950612   7299 Employee Is Injured When Bit By Rattlesnake
143 200462018 03/09/2006 0111400 X 4151 Employee Dies From Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
144 201352994 01/26/2006 0419700 X 1799 Worker Dies From Methylene Chloride Intoxication
145 202365516 01/18/2006 1055350   723 Five Employees Are Hospitalized Due To Carbon Monoxide
146 202077038 01/12/2006 0453730   2051 Three Employees Are Exposed To Carbon Monoxide
147 200451946 12/13/2005 0418600   3089 Three Employees Receives Injuries From Toxic Gas Exposure
148 201343852 12/12/2005 0729700   7363,5961 Employees Are Hospitalized After Consuming Company Dinner
149 201147436 12/07/2005 0950637   1761 Employee Is Injured When He Mistakenly Ingests Acid
150 200923472 11/12/2005 0355125 X 1794 Employee Killed After Ingesting Toxic Chemical
151 201701950 11/03/2005 1054195   6552 Employee Is Overcome When Pool Cleaning Chemicals React
152 201125564 09/26/2005 0950613   5461 Employees Exposed To Carbon Monoxide
153 200354850 08/15/2005 0453710   7349 Three Employees Are Exposed To Carbon Monoxide
154 200354918 08/15/2005 0453710   5311 Employee Is Overcome By Carbon Monoxide
155 200032480 08/15/2005 0521700   5812 Four Employees Are Overcome By Carbon Monoxide
156 201857687 07/30/2005 0452110   3341 Employees Are Injured In Chlorine Release
157 200002012 07/23/2005 0728500 X 2841 Maintenance Worker Is Killed By Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
158 201177664 06/02/2005 0950621   6732 Employee Sustains Insect Bite
159 200354835 05/14/2005 0453710 X 7538 Employee Dies From Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
160 200262566 04/28/2005 0627100 X 2819 Employee Dies From Bromide Poisoning

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