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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
81 143875.01 02/08/2022 0418200   Employee Amputates Finger While Repairing Conveyor Belt
82 143937.01 02/08/2022 0552652   Employee Amputates Multiple Fingertips In Forklift Accident
83 147929.01 02/08/2022 0950624   Employee Suffers Fingertip Amputation When Pallet Conveyor M
84 148414.01 02/08/2022 0950621   Employee Amputates Finger While Repairing Stuck Winch Line
85 143551.01 02/06/2022 0317900 X Employee Is Killed When Caught In/Between Machinery
86 143697.01 02/06/2022 0317000   Employee Amputates Finger On Unguarded Parts
87 143650.01 02/06/2022 0419400   Employee Amputates Finger In Pinch Point
88 144762.01 02/05/2022 0524700   Employee Is Struck By Metal Plate Being Lifted By Crane And
89 143595.01 02/04/2022 0830500   Employee Amputates Fingertip Between Sprocket And Chain
90 144127.01 02/04/2022 0950644   Employee Partially Amputates Thumb In Mold Machine
91 143698.01 02/04/2022 0751910   Employee Amputates Finger In Pinch Point Using Linear Saw
92 147889.01 02/03/2022 0950632   Employee Amputates Both Legs When Pinned By Tractor
93 143545.01 02/03/2022 0524500   Employee Amputates Fingertip In Tube Trimmer
94 143842.01 02/03/2022 0336000   Employee Amputates Finger When Caught Between Conveyor And T
95 143513.01 02/02/2022 0355111   Employee Fractures Ribs When Pinned By Truck In Maintenance
96 143404.01 02/01/2022 0552700 X Employee Is Killed When Caught In Conveyor
97 143415.01 02/01/2022 0627100 X Employee Is Killed When Caught Between Machinery
98 148624.01 01/31/2022 0950632   Employee Pinches Thumb Between Roof Hatch Frame And Lid
99 144004.01 01/31/2022 0950625   Employee Mixing Chemicals Fractures Foot When Caught By Pto
100 143682.01 01/31/2022 0522300   Employee Crushes Fingers While Fixing Tire, Finger Is Later

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