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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
21 108930.01 07/17/2018 0352420   Twelve Employees Experience Carbon Monoxide Poisoning While
22 111298.01 05/30/2018 0950633   Employee Suffers Rattlesnake Bite
23 105368.01 04/29/2018 0627510   Employee Is Overcome By Carbon Monoxide Poisoning And Is Hos
24 106630.01 04/10/2018 0352420   Employee In Pump Pit Is Overwhelmed By Diesel Fuel Vapors
25 104441.01 03/29/2018 0524700   Two Employees Are Working Within Closed Confines With Forkli
26 105130.01 03/26/2018 0627510   Employee Mixes Drink In Water Bottle And Is Hospitalized Aft
27 109272.01 03/25/2018 0112600 X One Employee Dies, Another Is Hospitalized From Carbon Monox
28 104285.01 03/22/2018 0626300   Employee Mixes Chemical Compounds And Suffers Poisoning From
29 104334.01 03/15/2018 0317500   Two Employees Are Poisoned By Carbon Monoxide
30 103284.01 02/12/2018 0626300   Employee Becomes Ill After Drinking Bottle Containing Chemic
31 102721.01 01/21/2018 0830400   Employee Swallows Formaldehyde And Methanol Solution And Req
32 102204.01 01/02/2018 0521400   Many Employees Are Overcome By Carbon Monoxide
33 102112.01 12/27/2017 0317900   Two Employees Suffer From Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
34 100499.01 10/05/2017 1054193   Employee Is Poisoned By Carbon Monoxide From Compressor
35 104017.01 09/21/2017 0950644   Employee Clearing Drain Is Poisoned By Carbon Monoxide
36 98118.015 08/11/2017 0352420   Worker Operating Power Saw Is Poisoned By Carbon Monoxide
37 96997.015 06/28/2017 0729300   Employee Using A Welder Is Overcome By Carbon Monoxide
38 96538.015 06/15/2017 0751910   Employee Falls Into Collapsing Trench, And Incurs Injuries
39 95302.015 05/01/2017 0950641   Employee Starts Feeling Ill And Is Hospitalized From Food Po
40 93850.015 02/28/2017 0830300   Worker Is Hospitalized After Sustaining Carbon Monoxide Pois

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