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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
81 102735.01 09/07/2017 0551800 X Employee Dies From Cardio-Vascular And Respiratory System Fa
82 97548.015 07/16/2017 1050210   Employee Is Exposed To An Alkaline Chemical And Suffers Resp
83 97545.015 07/13/2017 0636900   Worker Mixing Concrete Patch Material Is Sickened
84 102107.01 07/11/2017 0950625   Two Employees Are Exposed To Ammonia Vapor Release
85 98300.015 07/07/2017 0551701   Employee Reacts To Insecticide Fumes And Is Hospitalized Wit
86 97786.015 06/14/2017 0728900   Employee Sustains Respiratory Distress While Cleaning Oven G
87 96202.015 06/08/2017 0729700   Employee Is Overcome By Chemical Fumes And Suffers Respirato
88 99793.015 05/17/2017 0950644   Employee Lights Burner And Suffers First Degree Burns From F
89 95669.015 05/16/2017 0626600 X Employee Is Asphyxiated When Respirator Is Hooked To Nitroge
90 97588.015 05/12/2017 0953220   Employee Falls Through Scaffold Opening And Incurs Multiple
91 95419.015 05/09/2017 0950624   Worker Handling Drill Pipe Is Sickened By Heat
92 95451.015 05/05/2017 0215600   Two Employees Sustain Respiratory Irritation, Chest Pain, An
93 95412.015 05/03/2017 0950614   Employee Faints From Cleaning Fumes
94 95151.015 04/26/2017 1054194   Employee Develops Breathing Problem After Inhalation Of Clea
95 93766.015 02/28/2017 0551800   Employee Suffers Respiratory Failure And Dies From Cardiovas
96 93834.015 02/16/2017 0111100   Employee Suffers A Respiratory Illness During Chemical Relea
97 94935.015 02/16/2017 0111100   Fourteen Employees Are Evaluated For Exposure To Chlorine Di
98 93833.015 02/15/2017 0111100   Employees Are Exposed To Chlorine Dioxide Emissions At A Man
99 95239.015 02/14/2017 1054191   Six Employees Are Exposed To Sulfur Fumes And Are Treated Fo
100 92449.015 01/20/2017 0317500   Employee Is Overwhelmed By Fumes And Hospitalized With Respi

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