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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 014477566 08/17/1984 0111100 X 8062 Recreational Inhalation Of Nitrous Oxide
2 201522570 10/21/2005 0111500   1629 Employee Becomes Ill During Underwater Training
3 014528772 04/17/1985 0111700   3679 Employees Exposed To Noxious Gas Or Vapor
4 200610624 07/06/2000 0111700 X 782 Employee Dies After Eating Poisonous Plant
5 200080497 05/18/2000 0112000 X 3452 Employee Killed When Head Caught In Plating Machine
6 200082519 01/03/2006 0112000 X 3544 Employee Dies Of Hemorrhage Caused By Cancer
7 200742179 01/09/2007 0213100   1799,1721 Five Workers Are Hospitalized After Inhaling Solvent Vapors
8 200020782 05/06/1998 0214200   1522 Employee Becomes Ill After Exposure To E. Coli Bacteria
9 014491609 12/03/1987 0214500   3714 26 Hospitalized Due To Inhalation Of Epoxy Adhesive Smoke
10 59328.015 03/13/2014 0215000 X Employee Is Killed From Carbon Monoxide
11 001003276 04/29/1986 0253650   9224 Fire Fighters And Sanitation Workers Exposed To Methane
12 202136073 06/04/2003 0253680 X 8211 Employee Died Of Heart Attack At Workplace
13 014303671 03/07/1991 0257240   3829 Ten Employees Affected By Unknown Gas
14 014303960 06/24/1987 0257260   9532,9211 Seventy Employees Suffer Intoxication By Diazinon
15 200632081 05/20/2009 0316400   1381 Five Employees Are Exposed To Noxious Fumes
16 200380756 08/29/2007 0336000   3643 Employee Is Injured In Chemical Inhalation Exposure
17 200962686 02/25/1999 0352420   2052 Employee Overcome By Hydrochloric Acid During Off-Loading
18 202362489 05/10/2007 0352420   1521 Employee Is Overcome By Carbon Monoxide And Hospitalized
19 202339552 07/04/2002 0352440 X 5211 Employee Strikes Head On A Display Table And Dies
20 116966.01 06/07/2019 0355111 X Employee Loses Consciousness And Sustains Cardiac Arrest

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