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Report: Direct exposure to electricity, greater than 220 volts at Insteel Industries, Inc in Dayton, Texas

DATE: 11/03/19

An employee was working on or around 13,800-volt electrical equipment at a substation. An arc flash occurred and the employee sustained second and third degree burns to the face and neck.

Report ID 20191111459  
Date 11/03/2019  
UPA 1515345  
Inspection 1443523  
Primary NAICS 331222  
Nature 1533 Third or fourth degree electrical burns
Part of Body 81 Head and neck
Source 4410 Electric parts, unspecified
Event 5112 Direct exposure to electricity, greater than 220 volts
Hospitalized Yes  
Amputation No  

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