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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
121 200840916 07/07/2003 0524530 X 1799,9999 Employee Dies From Asphyxiation
122 200840908 07/01/2003 0524530 X 1799 Welder Dies In Confined Space Environment
123 200052066 06/27/2003 0728900 X 4953 One Employee Is Killed, Four Are Injured When Exposed To Gas
124 201261427 03/05/2003 0524200 X 4952 Employee Found Dead In Confined Space
125 125140806 02/20/2003 0552622 X 7532 Employee Dies From Overexposure To Chemical
126 171063308 02/05/2003 0854910   2299 Employees Sustain Bromide Toxicity While Spraying Adhesive
127 201922648 08/29/2002 0626700 X 3731 Two Employees Die Of Asphyxia In Undersea Oil Rig
128 200711802 07/10/2002 0636900 X 1623 Employee Dies Of Suffocation Inside Manhole
129 200602225 07/10/2002 0625400   8731 Employees Hospitalized For Inhalation Of Chemical Vapors
130 200271013 03/05/2002 0524500   3321,1721 Employee Injured By Nitrogen Inhalation
131 200101327 02/19/2002 0522300 X 3262 Employees Exposed To Silica Dust And Develop Silicosis
132 201680899 02/19/2002 1050210   2092 Employees Receive Inhalation Injures From Ammonia Release
133 201261104 01/24/2002 0524200 X 1799 Employee Killed From Breathing In Fumes
134 200051498 01/03/2002 0728900   7539 Employee Hospitalized For Lead Poisoning
135 201113974 12/12/2001 0950643   3291 Employee Exposed To Carbon Monoxide And Nickel Carbonyl
136 202317467 10/11/2001 0420600 X 8711 Employee Died Of Asphyxia In Confined Space
137 123276610 08/08/2001 0626700 X 2911 Employee Dies From Asphyxiation
138 170009716 07/31/2001 1055320 X 1542 Employee Killed When Applying Wall Coating
139 201794609 07/25/2001 0950644   4215 Employee Injured When Exposed To Toxic Substance
140 200771699 07/24/2001 0134000   7349 Employee Injured When Exposed To Carbon Monoxide Gas

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