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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 014529887 01/20/1987 0111700   2082 Three Employees Sprayed And Burned By Hot Water
2 014269369 11/22/2003 0134000   1711 Pressure Cap Blows Off And Injures Employee
3 200774479 07/17/2006 0134000   5411 Employee Cutting Pressurized Pipe Is Injured In Explosion
4 200773620 09/01/2004 0134000   1711 Employee Is Injured From Pressurized Pipe
5 200741049 12/10/2001 0213100   1542 Employee Injured From Flying Object Of Sprinkler System
6 69770.015 01/02/2015 0213900 X Employee Struck By Exhaust Valve Assembly From Sandblasting
7 200881159 08/03/2006 0215800 X 6512 Steam Line Explosion Kills One Employee And Injures Another
8 200880813 07/21/2003 0215800 X 1623 Employee Dies From Presurized Pipe Accident
9 200170801 11/14/2006 0257260 X 1711 Employee Is Struck And Killed By Broken Pressure Valve
10 46026.015 06/10/2013 0316100 X Employee Is Struck By Pressure Cap Blown From Hvac Line And
11 200631935 08/28/2008 0316400 X 2879 Explosion Kills Two Employees
12 201370632 10/10/2001 0317700 X 1623 Pipelayer Killed When Struck By Pipe
13 201370277 02/05/1999 0317700   1711 Employee Injured When Struck By Pipe
14 94433.015 04/01/2017 0317900   Employee Is Burned By Hot Water During Maintenance Training
15 200380400 12/19/2001 0336000 X 4952 Employee Killed When Struck By Flying Debris
16 000963728 10/12/1989 0352440   1771 Grout Mixture Hit Faces And Eyes When Pipe Comes Apart
17 202355681 12/15/2004 0352450   3563 Employee Is Injured When Struck By Equipment Component
18 000607911 12/05/1987 0418100 X 2011,7349,2813 1 Employee Killed, 1 Injured From Carbon Dioxide Exposure
19 68157.015 09/21/2014 0418300 X Two Workers Are Killed And One Hospitalized From Oxygen Syst
20 90168.015 10/31/2016 0418300 X Employee Is Killed In Gasoline Pipeline Explosion

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