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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
201 53226.015 10/03/2013 0215600 X Employee Is Crushed By Falling Forklift And Is Killed
202 014562821 07/01/1989 0214700 X 3679 Electric Shock - Contact With Energized Parts
203 200150225 03/14/1999 0214700 X 4911 Burn - Electrical Fault In Test Equipmennt
204 014562649 08/09/1988 0214700 X 1731 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Parts
205 201771672 05/15/2002 0213900   4911 Burn - Electrical Fault In Circuit Breaker
206 014306427 09/08/1994 0213900 X 3357 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Parts
207 000638098 01/31/1992 0213600   8221 Employee'S Fingers Amputated During Pressure Cell Explosion
208 170402267 10/09/1996 0213600   3542 Burn - Electrical Fault In Test Equipment
209 014216204 04/22/1995 0150900   9224 Six Employees Suffer Injuries In Explosion
210 104226.01 03/23/2018 0134000   Employee'S Hand Is Crushed While Fitting Pipe
211 200771202 03/09/2001 0134000   8734 Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Parts
212 201522455 07/26/2005 0111500   3679 Employee Fractures Hand During Qualification Test
213 170710438 02/15/1995 0111500   7699 Employee Shot In Abdomen During Firearm Test

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