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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
421 000909747 10/05/1993 0454510   2843 Employees Overexposed To Sulfur Dioxide
422 170715858 10/04/1993 0950631   3299 Employees Exposed To Argon Gas In Confined Space
423 014406763 09/28/1993 0626700 X 1799 Employee Dies From Burns In Flash Fire
424 014262109 07/29/1993 0452110   2869 Employees Overcome By Release Of Hazardous Materials
425 000605204 07/07/1993 0418600 X 7389 Twenty-Three Employees Overexposed To Carbon Monoxide
426 170060966 05/27/1993 0453710   4729 Employees Overexposed To Insecticide
427 000783894 05/21/1993 0452110   3089 Fourteen Employees Exposed To Urethane
428 000946061 03/30/1993 0453710   2015 Employees Become Ill After Possible Exposure To Co2
429 000777235 03/19/1993 0854910   2099 Employees Overexposed To Ammonia From Leak
430 000675231 03/18/1993 0454510   3494,1541 Employees Overcome By Chemical Vapor
431 014418990 03/15/1993 0728500 X 1752,7997 Two Employees Die From Exposure To Methylene Chloride
432 014367072 02/24/1993 0523400   1761 Employees Overexposed To Carbon Monoxide
433 170132013 02/05/1993 1054118 X 1791,2499 Two Employees Die, Four Others Hurt In Tank Explosion
434 000675223 01/14/1993 0454510   9221 Employees Exposed To Chemical Vapors
435 014383475 01/11/1993 0524530   4225 Employees Suffer Overexposure From Carbon Monoxide
436 000829184 01/07/1993 0751910 X 2851 Two Employees Killed, Two Injured During Explosion
437 014494892 12/11/1992 0627700 X 7996 Employee Dies Of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
438 170183404 12/04/1992 0950641   8731 Employee Seriously Injured In Methyl Alcohol Explosion
439 000774182 12/03/1992 0625400 X 1752 Employee Killed When Toluene Vapors Are Ignited By Heater
440 170720262 12/02/1992 0950624   5181 Four Employees Suffer Carbon Monoxide Overexposure

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