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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
81 201171535 12/18/2001 0950621   4911 Burn - Electrical Fault In Test Equipment
82 93956.015 03/13/2017 0950615   Employee Amputates Left Middle Finger During Testing
83 170888150 04/27/1996 0950615 X 3567 Employee Killed In Flash Fire When Dry Metal Powder Ignites
84 202588380 05/04/2013 0950614   1711 Construction Worker Blinded When Test Plug Burst
85 202587028 09/06/2011 0950614   9223 Employee Is Burned In Electrical Arc Flash
86 201508132 11/05/2007 0950614   8748 Employee Slips And Fractures Right Ankle
87 201125283 10/27/2004 0950613   3612 Employee Burns Hands Due To Electrocution
88 201129582 02/08/2013 0950613   3842 Employee Fractures Forearm When Head On Machine Falls
89 202316121 06/14/2006 0950612   3569 Employee'S Hand Fractured When Struck By Moving Parts
90 202612909 01/29/2011 0950612   3825 Computer Tester Lacerates Hand When It Is Pinned
91 76565.015 01/21/2015 0950612   Electrician Testing A Circuit Sustains Burns When Meter Expl
92 99463.015 08/09/2017 0950612   Worker'S Finger Cut Becomes Infected And Requires Treatment
93 108333.01 08/15/2018 0950612   Two Employees Are Severely Burned In Arc Flash
94 201187101 12/08/2013 0950611   4931 Employee Suffer Burns On Face And Hands In An Arc Explosion
95 170176572 05/23/1991 0950611   3646 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Parts
96 170053854 10/11/1992 0950411 X 8734 Employee Killed When Speeding Truck Rolls Over
97 014565998 04/17/1985 0950411 X 4931 Electric Shock - Contact With Transformer Thru Test Lead
98 000740035 07/08/1988 0931500 X 3613 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Parts
99 170563126 03/07/1994 0854910   3312 Burn - Electrical Fault
100 170683858 10/08/1991 0854910   7699 Employee Suffers Skull Fractures When Struck By Flange

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