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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 014477863 02/24/1986 0111100 X 3444 Employees Exposed To Carbon Monoxide From Forklift Exhaust
2 200460970 01/03/2001 0111400   5147 Four Employees Overcome By Carbon Monoxide Vapors
3 200462273 05/17/2008 0111400 X 1742 Employee Is Killed In Fire While Spraying Insulation
4 200460111 07/14/1997 0111400 X 5146 Employee Dies After Becoming Ill At Work
5 201521473 05/07/2002 0111500   1795 Employee Is Overcome By Carbon Monoxide Fumes
6 201521861 01/17/2004 0111500   1799 Employee Is Overcome By Carbon Monoxide
7 200610939 04/11/2001 0111700   8059 Two Employees Overcome By Paint Vapors
8 200611598 07/23/2003 0111700   1711 Three Employees Are Burned When Torch Ignites Lp Gas
9 014530281 09/25/1990 0111700 X 1521 Employee Dies Of Overexposure In Confined Space
10 200611432 09/10/2002 0111700   5074 Employees Suffer From Carbon Monoxide Exposure
11 014529911 10/27/1987 0111700 X 3661 One Dies Of Heart Attack, Others Injured By Oven Vapor
12 014530075 08/20/1988 0111700 X 1623 Construction Worker Killed In Oxygen Deficient Manhole
13 200612471 11/28/2006 0111700 X 1742 Employee Killed By Carbon Monoxide From Generator
14 200611234 12/05/1997 0111700   3491 Employee Troubleshooting Propane Unit Injured In Explosion
15 000816819 06/27/1989 0112000 X 1731 Employees Die In Oxygen Deficient Manhole
16 200082410 08/22/2005 0112000   7349 Employees Overcome By Carbon Monoxide
17 170034086 06/20/1991 0112000   3724 Twenty-One Employees Treated For Possible Freon Inhalation
18 000658385 11/16/1998 0112000   3451 Three Employees Suffer From Exposure To Carbon Monoxide
19 200080174 07/03/1998 0112000   1771 Employee Overcome By Carbon Monoxide From Propane Saw
20 014280267 02/26/1996 0112000   3465 Three Employees Overcome By Carbon Monoxide Vapors

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