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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 131165.01 11/13/2020 0111500 X Employee Is Killed In Steam Line Pressure Release
2 128625.01 08/14/2020 0419400 X Two Employees Are Killed From High Pressured Steam Burns
3 115378.01 04/12/2019 0524700   Employee Suffers Severe Burns Due To Hot Steam
4 114606.01 02/28/2019 0950625   Employee Lacerates Hand While Cleaning Citrus Roller Machine
5 112945.01 01/16/2019 0418300   Employee Sustains Thermal Burn On Legs From Hot Water And Co
6 113194.01 01/16/2019 0626300   Employee Sustains Second Degree Burns To Body During Uncontr
7 110767.01 09/21/2018 0751910   Employee Burns Arm When Scalded By Shot Of Steam From Pressu
8 110949.01 09/21/2018 0420600   Employee Sustains Second Degree Burns When Splashed With Hot
9 109079.01 09/10/2018 0751910 X Employee Is Killed While Working In Steam Tunnel
10 109010.01 08/30/2018 0627700   Employee Sustains Multiple Steam Burns From Molten Metal Con
11 109588.01 08/10/2018 0950613   Employee Sustains First Degree Burns To Eyes Due To Heated W
12 107828.01 07/24/2018 0522000   Employee Sustains Second Degree Burns From Malfunctioning He
13 107598.01 07/18/2018 0134000 X Employee Is Burned By Steam And Is Killed.
14 107380.01 07/07/2018 0316400   Employee Sustains Burns And Fracture When Struck By Hose
15 106514.01 06/08/2018 0524700   Employee Sustains Back Burns From Draining Fryer
16 106177.01 06/03/2018 0729700 X Two Employees Are Killed When Steam Is Released
17 108266.01 06/03/2018 1054115   Employee Is Scalded By Sudden Steam Release And Is Hospitali
18 106207.01 05/14/2018 0552652   Employee Sustains Second Degree Burns From Steam/Hot Water
19 106268.01 04/09/2018 0355118   Employee'S Legs Are Burned By Steam While Doing Maintenance
20 105852.01 03/14/2018 0522500   Two Employees Are Overexposed To Carbon Monoxide

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