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Description, Abstract, KeywordSICNAICSDate RangeOfficeInsp Nr
Keyword: heatAllAll03/11/2002 to 03/11/2012AllAll

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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 201771722 04/22/2002 0213900 X 1741 Employee Dies Of Heat Stress
2 201351814 05/03/2002 0419700 X 1711,1531 Employee Killed By Heat Exhaustion
3 201113750 05/23/2002 0950643 X 3499 Employee Is Killed When He Falls Through Skylight
4 201083698 05/31/2002 0950625 X 1791 Employee Dies As A Result Of Hyperthermia
5 201351715 06/05/2002 0419700 X 2015 Employee Dies As A Result Of Hyperthermia
6 200570505 06/15/2002 0316700 X 182 Employee Found Dead
7 200101418 06/25/2002 0522300 X 7996 Employee Dies Of Apparent Heat Stroke
8 200271088 07/01/2002 0524500 X 5093 Employee Dies Of Apparent Heart Attack
9 202346862 07/03/2002 0352450 X 9224 Recruit Firefighter Dies Of Heat Stress
10 200920841 07/03/2002 0355111 X 161 Employee Dies Of Heat Stroke
11 200552578 07/08/2002 0625700 X 1522 Construction Worker Dies From Heat Stroke
12 200352672 07/11/2002 0453710 X 1781 Employee Dies From Heat Stroke
13 201083508 07/11/2002 0950625 X 161 Employee Dies Of Hyperthermia
14 201156130 07/19/2002 0950633 X 181 Employee Dies From Heat Exhaustion
15 200673945 07/22/2002 0418800 X 1761 Employee Suffers Heat Stroke And Falls From Roof
16 201281375 07/29/2002 0418100 X 1751 Employee Killed In Fall From Ceiling Beam
17 201986502 07/30/2002 0950411 X 3728 Employee Dies After Suffering From Heat Stroke
18 200352771 07/31/2002 0453710 X 132 Employee Dies Of Apparent Heat Stroke While Working In Field
19 200920783 08/01/2002 0355112 X 1751 Employee Dies From Apparent Hyperthermia
20 127420453 08/05/2002 0551800 X 3585 Employee Is Killed By Electric Shock

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