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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
141 170389811 07/19/1994 0551800 X 1731 Burn - Failure Of Lockout System
142 200840528 05/31/2000 0524530 X 1389 Employee Killed When Oil Tank Explodes During Test
143 014387070 10/23/1984 0524200   4911 Electrical Burns - Fault Due To Use Of Underrated Equipment
144 014500409 03/06/1990 0523400   3559 Two Employees Injured In Tank Internal Pressure Explosion
145 200102481 08/15/2006 0522300 X 8711 Employee Is Killed By Falling Drive Apparatus
146 014369573 05/12/1996 0522300 X 3354 Burn - Electrical Fault In Test Equipment
147 014371207 06/29/1993 0522000 X 3469 Burn - Electrical Fault In Panelboard
148 201951431 02/04/1999 0522000   3443 Employee Amputates Fingers When Caught In Mixer
149 98333.015 08/15/2017 0521700   Foreman Testing Voltage Is Burned In Arc Flash
150 014377683 08/04/1988 0521700 X 4911 Electric Shock - Contact With Energized Conductor
151 014214324 09/10/1986 0454714   5046 Electric Shock & Burn - Direct Contact With Live Parts
152 127112.01 05/28/2020 0454712 X Employee Is Electrocuted From Contact With Power Line
153 014550024 06/05/1984 0454712 X 3714 Electric Shock - Faulty Electronic Test Instrument
154 170123129 03/20/1994 0454712 X 3714 Burn - Electric Arc Resulting From Use Of Underrated Equip
155 014305924 06/14/1986 0454712 X 2024 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Parts
156 200623221 09/15/2004 0454711 X 1542 Two Employees Die From Asphyxia In Manhole
157 171110323 09/29/1997 0454510   3625 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Parts
158 200376507 06/21/2013 0454510   1623 Four Workers Sustain Cuts When Glass Meter Shatters
159 171110240 08/05/1997 0454510   3229 Burn - Electrical Fault In Test Equipment
160 202080131 04/08/2009 0453730   3824 Employee Is Injured In Gas Meter Explosion

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