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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
81 102018.01 01/03/2018 0522500   Employee Is Injured In Explosion
82 102388.01 01/03/2018 0855610   Employee Is Burned By Flash Fire While Heating Crude Oil
83 101283.01 12/04/2017 0729700   Employee Is Severely Burned In An Arc Flash
84 101071.01 11/29/2017 0213400 X Employee Is Asphyxiated When He Fell Into A Chemical Tanker
85 101124.01 11/21/2017 0522500   Employee Is Engulfed In Nitric Acid Vapor Cloud And Suffers
86 101869.01 11/20/2017 0111500   Employee Is Burned When Vapors Explode
87 101002.01 11/16/2017 0830500   Three Employees Are Caught In Flash Fire And Suffer Burns An
88 100965.01 11/16/2017 0316700   Employee At Excavation Is Sickened By Inhalation Of Chemical
89 100679.01 11/05/2017 0418600   Employee Using Cutting Torch Sustains Burns To Face And Arms
90 102103.01 10/31/2017 0953210   Employee Collapses When Overcome By Exhaust Fumes And Sustai
91 100382.01 10/18/2017 0950635   Employee Is Overcome While Repairing Gas Leak And Suffers As
92 101059.01 10/04/2017 0950631 X Employee Dies 30 Days After Chemical Exposure
93 99760.015 09/29/2017 0729700   Employee Is Overcome By Chemical Smell And Wrecks Atv, Suffe
94 99762.015 09/29/2017 0729700   Employee Is Overcome By Chemical Smell And Wrecks Atv, Suffe
95 99132.015 09/05/2017 0626600 X Employee Is Caught In Sudden Fire And Later Dies From Injuri
96 98739.015 09/01/2017 0653510 X Three Employees Are Killed When Oil Tank Explodes
97 98605.015 08/30/2017 0317500 X Two Employees Are Drowned And Four Employees Hospitalized Du
98 100432.01 08/26/2017 0352420   Employee Is Exposed To Carbon Monoxide Vapors
99 98345.015 08/10/2017 1050210   Worker Exposed To Chemical Flash Incurs Facial Burns
100 97545.015 07/13/2017 0636900   Worker Mixing Concrete Patch Material Is Sickened

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