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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 132868.01 02/01/2021 0316700 X Employee Is Killed By Carbon Monoxide And Drugs In Enclosed
2 131742.01 12/14/2020 0950621 X Employee Dies Of Natural Causes During Maintenance Work
3 129243.01 09/03/2020 0454510 X Employee Is Killed By Electric Shock
4 127680.01 07/09/2020 0626600 X Two Employees Are Asphyxiated In Sewer Line Manhole
5 127236.01 06/18/2020 0636900 X Employee Inhales Toxic Fumes And Is Killed
6 122540.01 12/16/2019 0524700 X Employee Dies From Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
7 118623.01 07/23/2019 0355112 X Employee Repairing Electric Stove Is Electrocuted
8 117925.01 07/13/2019 0418800 X Employee Dies From Overexposure To Carbon Monoxide
9 116027.01 04/27/2019 0728500   Welder Is Burned When Fumes Inside Tank Ignite
10 115708.01 04/25/2019 0854910   Employee Incurs Multiple Injuries After Falling Through Floo
11 115328.01 04/10/2019 1032500 X Employee Is Found Unresponsive And Is Killed From Carbon Mon
12 114257.01 03/04/2019 0627700 X One Employee Is Killed, And One Is Injured In Tank Explosion
13 115464.01 02/19/2019 0751910   Employee Experiences Multiple Symptoms When Exposed To Carbo
14 115945.01 02/19/2019 0552652   Employee Receives Second Degree Burns To Face, Arm And Hand
15 114525.01 01/08/2019 0950611   Employee Falls Through Skylight Opening, Injures Head And Ba
16 111710.01 12/06/2018 0522000   Two Employees Are Burned In Trailer Explosion
17 110003.01 10/12/2018 0523400 X Employee Is Struck By Fan Blades While Trapped In A Roof-Mou
18 110278.01 09/22/2018 0352420   Nine Employees Are Exposed To Carbon Monoxide Poisoning From
19 112379.01 09/11/2018 0352420   Employee Receives Carbon Monoxide Over Exposure While Using
20 109813.01 09/04/2018 0751910   Employee Suffers Carbon Monoxide Overexposure While Testing

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