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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
81 201034360 08/17/2002 0950635 X 4911 Burn - Failure Of Underrated Electrical Tester
82 201142569 08/06/2002 0950631 X 1731 One Killed, Four Injured In Electrical Explosion
83 201163771 07/09/2002 0950641 X 1794 Employee Electrocuted By Contact With Energized Transformer
84 201856689 07/02/2002 0452110 X 1731 Electric Shock - Contact With Energized Parts
85 201771672 05/15/2002 0213900   4911 Burn - Electrical Fault In Circuit Breaker
86 201163607 02/22/2002 0950641   7929 Employee Injured In 30 Ft Fall Due To Broken Harness Line
87 170629711 02/02/2002 0950625   1711 Employee Burned When Meter Shorts Out And Starts Fire
88 170165468 01/31/2002 0950631   3769 Employee Punctured In Stomach By Tube Fragment
89 201171535 12/18/2001 0950621   4911 Burn - Electrical Fault In Test Equipment
90 201690468 08/28/2001 0950662   4911 Burn - Electrical Fault In Meter Equipment Test Leads
91 200524593 08/17/2001 0751910   3499 Employee Amputates Tip Of Left Thumb
92 170041180 07/26/2001 1055340 X 2411 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Parts
93 201113586 07/18/2001 0950643   8222 Burn - Electrical Fault In Electrical Cabinet
94 201033818 07/10/2001 0950635   5311 Burn - Electrical Fault In Disconnect Switch
95 200771202 03/09/2001 0134000   8734 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Parts
96 170002869 02/20/2001 1055320 X 9199 Employee Dies From Health Complications
97 202064119 08/16/2000 0420100 X 1622 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Parts
98 200840528 05/31/2000 0524530 X 1389 Employee Killed When Oil Tank Explodes During Test
99 201093838 03/24/2000 0950645   1389 Employee'S Thumb Amputated When Caught In Tubing
100 201062718 01/14/2000 0950632   1731 Burn - Electrical Fault In Test Equipment

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