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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 119826.01 08/15/2019 0950635 X Two Employees Sustain Third Degree Burns In Propane Explosio
2 117925.01 07/13/2019 0418800 X Employee Dies From Overexposure To Carbon Monoxide
3 114979.01 04/01/2019 1054191 X Employee Is Killed In Explosion
4 114716.01 03/22/2019 0419400 X Employee Dies From Third-Degree Burns
5 114318.01 03/05/2019 0627510   Two Employees Are Caught In Propane Gas Heater Explosion And
6 112101.01 12/04/2018 0316700   Employee Amputates Several Fingers After Sustaining Frostbit
7 111967.01 12/03/2018 0418400   Employee Sustains Facial Burns And Eye Damage When Splashed
8 110625.01 10/14/2018 0950621   Employee Sustains Burns When Caught In Propane Tank Fire
9 110196.01 10/01/2018 0521400   Employee Severely Burns Hands And Face When Caught In Propan
10 109672.01 09/28/2018 0521100   Employee Sustains Second And Third Degree Burns When Caught
11 108339.01 08/15/2018 0418100   Employee Incurs Severe Burns In Fire Caused By Roofing Adhes
12 107884.01 07/31/2018 0830600   Two Employees Experience Carbon Monoxide Poisoning While Usi
13 112029.01 07/18/2018 0552652 X Employee Is Killed When Propane Tank Explodes
14 107466.01 06/18/2018 0134000   Employee Is Injured In Propane Tank Fire
15 111255.01 06/12/2018 0950612   Employees Become Ill From Carbon Monoxide Exposure And Are T
16 107274.01 05/22/2018 0522300   Employee Is Caught By Flames From Propane Tank And Is Hospit
17 110819.01 04/18/2018 0950643   Employee Suffers Burns From A Propane Fire And Is Hospitaliz
18 108397.01 04/03/2018 0950633   Employee Sustains Burns While Welding Propane Tank
19 104880.01 03/28/2018 0950624   Employee Ignites Propane Fumes Within Room While Installing
20 104334.01 03/15/2018 0317500   Two Employees Are Poisoned By Carbon Monoxide

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