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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
361 170151310 07/07/1995 0950643   7699 Employee'S Hands And Face Burned In Flash Fire
362 170617633 07/05/1995 0950621   1622 Employee Ill After Carbon Monoxide Exposure
363 170379846 06/22/1995 0950613   9621 Employee Suffers Metal Fume Fever
364 200820058 05/16/1995 0521400   2821 Employee Exposed To Chemical When Vent Line Ruptures
365 170670442 04/12/1995 0419700   742 Employees Exposed To Freon From A/C System
366 170705909 03/31/1995 0855610   5411 Employees Overexposed To Carbon Monoxide
367 000783258 03/22/1995 0452110   2326 Six Employees Inhale Toxic Sealant Vapors
368 170022818 03/15/1995 0213400 X 2834 Employee Dies Of Anoxia After Inhaling Nitrogen Gas
369 170705784 03/06/1995 0855610   1542 Employees Suffer Overexposure To Carbon Monoxide
370 014432504 03/05/1995 0830100 X 5813 Employee Killed By Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
371 170060842 03/03/1995 0453710   2035 Employees Overexposed To Carbon Monoxide
372 170730006 02/25/1995 0950644   2834 Four Employees Inhale Glutaraldehyde
373 014262125 01/23/1995 0452110   2052 Six Employees Suffer Overexposure To Carbon Monoxide
374 171048986 01/18/1995 0751910   3363 Ten Employees Suffer Overexposure To Carbon Monoxide
375 014424642 01/12/1995 0729300   8331 Employees Suffer Possible Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
376 200270601 01/06/1995 0524500   2046 Seven Employees Treated For Carbon Monoxide Inhalation
377 170670574 12/20/1994 0419700 X 3731 Two Employees Die In Barge Explosion
378 170336234 12/14/1994 0729300   2511 Employees Are Hospitalized After Exposure To Carbon Monoxide
379 014424758 12/12/1994 0729300   3651 Employees Suffer Carbon Monoxide Poisoning From Forklift
380 014367593 12/12/1994 0523400   3714 Four Employees Overexposed To Carbon Monoxide

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