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Accident Summary Nr: 201523602 - Employee'S Fingers Are Injured In Seamer Machine

Accident Summary Nr: 201523602 -- Report ID: 0111500 -- Event Date: 02/18/2010
Inspection NrDate OpenedSICNAICSEstablishment Name
31406646502/18/201035693339993m Purification, Inc.

Abstract: Employee #1 was attempting to fix a seamer machine, which a coworker was having difficulty with. The coworker was operating the seamer machine to weld two pieces of material together. The pieces had been cut uneven and the coworker asked Employee #1 to come to the machine to see if the material could be fixed. Employee #1 attempted to place the pieces into the machine then set the material holder down to hold them in place. The bottom piece kept popping out. Employee #1 tried this a few times and the bottom piece kept popping out. Employee #1 then set and manually held the pieces in place and then told the coworker to press the buttons. The coworker was looking at Employee #1 when the buttons were pressed. The coworker heard the machine start and Employee #1 screamed when the upper machine part came down on her fingers. The nature of the injury to Employee #1's fingers was not provided in the original narrative.

Keywords: finger, welder, welding, caught between, crushed, arc welding

Employee Details
Employee # Inspection Nr Age Sex Degree Nature of Injury Occupation
1 314066465 Hospitalized injury Cut/Laceration Machine operators, not specified

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