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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
461 170068035 05/12/1992 0352480   9511 Employees Overcome By Chlorine Exposure
462 000767681 04/29/1992 0626300 X 7699,3355 Three Employees Die Of Asphyxiation In Coating Tank
463 014500854 04/20/1992 0523400   1623 Four Employees Hospitalized After Diesel Fume Exposure
464 000599514 04/16/1992 0418200 X 1623 Two Employees Asphyxiated In Manhole, One Dies
465 000515569 03/30/1992 0931300 X 3731 One Employee Dies, Two Suffer From Inhaling Toxins
466 014424428 03/06/1992 0729300   3674 Five Employees Inhaled Toxic Fumes From Exhaust Hood
467 170068084 03/04/1992 0352450   2879 Employees Injured When Failed Acid Gas Scrubber Released Gas
468 170104376 03/03/1992 0551800   3324 Six Employees Suffer Carbon Monoxide Overexposure
469 170068019 02/19/1992 0352450   1629 Employee Suffers Co Poisoning Using Saw In Basement
470 170171342 02/15/1992 0950614   4785 Employee Collapses After Acute Overexposure To Naphtha
471 170171276 01/10/1992 0950614   8322 Five Employees Suffer Chemical Exposure
472 000597484 12/13/1991 0418100 X 5963 Employee Dies After Inhaling Co From Auto Exhaust
473 170175632 12/11/1991 0950613   2836 Employee Overcome By Metofane Vapors
474 170063762 12/10/1991 0453710   2281 Employees Suffer Carbon Monoxide Exposure From Forklift
475 170108211 11/15/1991 0336000   3089 Employee Exposed To Polyurethane Fumes
476 000738328 11/15/1991 0452110   8071 Ten Employees Hospitalized For Inhalation Of Gases Or Fumes
477 000675140 10/31/1991 0454510   1540 Employees Suffer Carbon Monoxide Overexposure
478 170208060 10/10/1991 0950623   1771 Employee Suffers Carbon Monoxide Exposure From Saw
479 170171508 10/09/1991 0950614   1795 Three Employees Carbon Monoxide In Exhaust Fumes
480 014485577 10/09/1991 0213600 X 4222 Employee Dies After Overexposure To Carbon Monoxide

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