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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
81 170888150 04/27/1996 0950615 X 3567 Employee Killed In Flash Fire When Dry Metal Powder Ignites
82 170903595 01/24/1996 0950644   3275 Employee Injured After Inhaling Dry Cement While Off Loading
83 200840155 11/27/1995 0524530   2892 Five Employees Burned When Explosives Ignite
84 170020424 07/19/1995 0213100 X 2892,1541 Two Employees Killed When Explosive Powder Ignites
85 170891774 02/04/1995 0950635   7699 Employee Burned By Regenerator Catalyst
86 170737837 12/08/1994 0950645   1791 Employee Shoots Self In Hand With Powder-Actuated Gun
87 170150924 10/27/1993 0950643   2892 Employee'S Hand And Arm Injured In Zpp Explosion
88 170359608 04/05/1993 0950632   3273 Employee Suffers Acute Exposure To Portland Cement Dust
89 170127567 11/17/1992 0751910 X 1611 Employee Struck And Killed By Ricocheting Fastener
90 000774018 01/11/1992 0625400 X 5032 Employee Suffocated By Cement Dust In Silo
91 014298848 10/14/1991 0352410   2899 Flammable Vapors Explode, Employee Not Injured
92 014298855 10/09/1991 0352410   2899 Employees Burned While Disposing Of Fireworks
93 170210090 03/13/1991 0552651 X 1742 Employee Killed When Struck By Flying Stud
94 170152169 01/10/1991 0950645   1741 Employee'S Hand Injured By Shell Detonation
95 170188569 10/03/1990 0950642   1731 Employee Injured When Sprayed With Wet Cement
96 000779603 02/02/1990 0953210   1761 Employee'S Eardrum Broken By Loud Noise
97 000971820 12/27/1989 0854910   3399 Employee Burned While Transferring Titanium Powder
98 000963728 10/12/1989 0352440   1771 Grout Mixture Hit Faces And Eyes When Pipe Comes Apart
99 014465314 12/03/1988 0636900 X 5941 Employee Killed, Others Injured When Gunpowder Explodes
100 000849018 10/31/1988 0524200   2891 Employee Burned When Static Electricity Ignites Petroresin

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