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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 014489363 06/08/1983 0215800 X 1721 Employee Killed After Inhaling Toxic Vapors From Spray Paint
2 014565311 03/08/1984 0950411 X 9224,1611 Carbon Monoxide Exposure In Sewer Pipe
3 014523880 04/03/1984 0522500   1741,3312,3443 Employees Overcome By Blast Furnace Gas
4 014523872 04/03/1984 0522500   1741,3312,3443 Boiler House Employees Exposed To Carbon Monoxide
5 014523856 04/03/1984 0522500   1741,3312,3443 Employees Overcome By Blast Furnace Gas
6 014515514 04/14/1984 0420600   3731 Employee Overcome By Degreaser Fumes In The Hold Of A Barge
7 014496525 04/28/1984 0627100 X 2077 Two Employees Killed By Lack Of Oxygen In Chicken Parts Tank
8 014540405 06/13/1984 0111400 X 1721 Fall From 2-Point Suspension Scaffold.
9 014265029 06/13/1984 0111400 X 1721 Fall From Two Point Suspension Scaffold
10 014204002 06/14/1984 1054194 X 1429 Employee Asphyxiated By Overheated Air Compressor
11 014506521 06/15/1984 0830500   6022 Exposure To Unknown Air Contaminant
12 014445332 07/05/1984 0552700   3523 Methylene Chloride Inhalation From Vapor Degreaser
13 014515928 07/19/1984 0420600 X 4499 Employee Apparently Asphyxiated While Gluing Carpeting
14 014506422 07/30/1984 0830500   3675 Lead Poisoning
15 014535082 08/30/1984 0830300 X 4212 Overcome By Hydrogen Sulfide Gas
16 014509525 09/05/1984 1032300 X 3731 Employee Asphyxiated After Breathing Argon Gas From Airline
17 014320618 10/02/1984 0317000   4953 Overcome During Tank Truck Cleaning (Confined Space)
18 014481345 10/04/1984 0316400 X 1381 Employees Entered Frac Tank (Confined Space) At Drill Site
19 014262729 10/18/1984 0452110 X 5411,7379 Asphyxiation Or Hydrogen Sulfide Poisoning In Confined Space
20 014350953 11/20/1984 0418300 X 2015 Employee Inhaled Ammonia Gas; Later Died

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