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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
161 200801272 03/02/2005 0523300   1731,1542 Three Employees Suffer Carbon Monoxide Poisioning
162 201505435 02/02/2005 0950614   7378 Employee Is Poisoned By Fumes Of Sodium Hypochlorite
163 200901577 02/02/2005 0418400 X 4222 One Employee Dies, One Is Poisoned By Carbon Monoxide
164 201954104 01/21/2005 0522000   3674,3823 Four Employees Injured When Exposed To Arsine Gas
165 201390937 01/17/2005 0552652 X 2035 Employee Dies Of Drug Overdose
166 201701778 11/13/2004 1054195 X 7363,5087 Employee Dies From Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
167 200611838 10/08/2004 0111700   1623 Employee Is Poisoned By Carbon Monoxide
168 200451706 09/17/2004 0418600 X 8082 Employee Is Killed By Carbon Monoxide From Generator Exhaust
169 201691516 07/21/2004 0950662   2087 Employee'S Lung Disease Is Caused By Diacetyl Inhalation
170 201117454 07/14/2004 0950643 X 7623 Employee Died From Inhaling Regfrigeration Gas
171 201059128 07/12/2004 0950642   8331 Two Employee Are Poisonined When Ingesting Seeds
172 200995124 06/15/2004 0551800 X 8399 Spider Bite Kills Employee
173 202356150 06/14/2004 0352420   3272 Three Employees In Kiln Suffer Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
174 200801173 06/10/2004 0523300   2657 Employees Exposed To Concentrated Dose Of Carbon Monoxide
175 200081941 05/31/2004 0112000 X 1711 Employee Killed From Ammonia Poisoning
176 200001816 05/26/2004 0728500   1771 Several Employees Suffer Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
177 201772472 05/13/2004 0213900   7342 Four Employees Suffer Overexposure To Methly Bromide
178 201145372 04/19/2004 0950631 X 7381 Employee Dies From Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
179 201953726 02/17/2004 0522000   2434 Seven Employees Are Treated For Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
180 201560927 02/03/2004 0854910   4813 Three Employees Were Overexposed To Carbon Monoxide

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