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Description, Abstract, KeywordSICNAICSDate RangeOfficeInsp Nr
Keyword: aerialAllAll08/07/2002 to 08/07/2012AllAll

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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
81 200880771 06/04/2003 0215800 X 3295 Employee'S Killed In Fall From Overturned Lift
82 301277356 06/05/2003 0950662   3731 Employee Falls From Scaffold
83 202338497 06/12/2003 0420600 X 783 Employee Killed By Fall From Aerial Lift While Trimming Tree
84 200011690 06/18/2003 0729300 X 1741 Employee Electrocuted When Lift Basket Contacts Power Line
85 201720109 06/18/2003 0257220 X 9229 Employee Dies In Fall
86 201116167 06/21/2003 0950643   1711 Employee Suffers Fracture When Scissor Lift Tips Over
87 202340477 06/24/2003 0215000 X 1721 Employee Crushed Between Aerial Lift And Steel Beam
88 201857935 06/27/2003 0452110 X 7699 Employee Is Is Killed When Crushed By Falling Lift
89 200690550 06/28/2003 0112600 X 1521 One Employee Killed, One Injured When Aerial Lift Overturns
90 201504115 06/28/2003 0950614   1791 Employee Injured In Fall Accessing Aerial Lift Bucket
91 200513331 07/01/2003 0552700 X 3599 Employee Killed When Scissors Lift Falls
92 201922887 07/03/2003 0626700 X 1731 One Employee Killed, One Burned When Bucket Contacts Pow
93 200674562 07/14/2003 0418800 X 1542 Aerial Lift Pins Employee Against Beam And Kills Him
94 201066693 07/16/2003 0950632   1731 Employee'S Arm Burned By Energized Span Guy Cable
95 201116373 07/17/2003 0950643   1711 Employee Sustains Concussion And Broken Bones From Fall
96 000952259 07/19/2003 0355114 X 1761 Two Employees Die While Operating Aerial Lift
97 201854668 07/21/2003 0452110 X 7996 Employee Is Electrocuted While Repair Powelines
98 200980340 07/22/2003 0855610 X 7353 Employee Struck By Ariel Li
99 200052074 07/25/2003 0728900   1793 Employee Falls From Scaffold
100 201504297 07/26/2003 0950614   7363 Employee Injures Back In Fall From Scissor Lift

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