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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
21 34156.015 05/25/2012 0728900   Thirty-Eight Employees Sustain Respiratory Tract And Eye Irr
22 92572.015 01/11/2017 0729700   Employee Inhales Unknown Chemical Fume Causing Respiratory P
23 200526176 11/16/2002 0751910 X 8062 A Respiratory Therapist Dies From A Staff Infection
24 70043.015 01/14/2015 0830100 X Employee Dies Of Respiratory Illness After Exposure To Oak S
25 101672.01 12/13/2017 0830600   Employee Sustains Respiratory Distress From Exposure To Clea
26 202635413 06/22/2012 0950612 X 161 Worker Dies Of Cardiovascular-Respiratory System Failure
27 201172194 08/31/2002 0950621 X 5932 Employee Dies From Respiratory Infection
28 202490785 06/23/2010 0950621   9223 Six Employees Suffer Respiratory Irritation From Solvents
29 171044373 04/09/2008 0950621 X 2899 Chemical Worker Dies Of Respiratory Or Cardiovascular Event
30 316818327 07/26/2013 0950622   1791 Employee Suffers Respiratory Failure While Welding
31 201489978 07/29/2007 0950622   5411 Employee Suffers Respiratory Problems While Cleaning
32 201487444 11/29/2004 0950622   1743 Employee Suffers Respiratory Distress After Inhaling Vapors
33 201144599 09/22/2003 0950631   3728 Employee Dies Of Respiratory Distress
34 98725.015 05/05/2017 0950631   Employee Sustains Respiratory Infection During Maintenance O
35 202613014 02/25/2010 0950633   5093 Two Employees Suffer Respiratory Distress In Gas Leak
36 202477766 02/08/2012 0950636 X 3325 Employee Dies From Cardiovascular Or Respiratory Failure
37 314884719 09/08/2010 0953220 X 7538 Employee Is Found Dead Of Respiratory Failure
38 201637782 04/26/2008 1054191   1531 Employee Is Injured From Respiratory Exposure
39 201638822 10/06/2009 1054191   9131 Chemical Reaction Causes Respiratory Tract Irritation
40 201204112 04/21/2009 1054194   8999 Employee Experience Respiratory Problems After Spraying Pain

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