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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
81 201203502 01/15/2007 1054114   2421 Employee'S Arm Is Fractured By Sprocket
82 201202991 03/26/2005 1054114   7363 Employee Is Injured When Caught In Chain Sprocket
83 201203866 03/07/2008 1054114   2449 Employee'S Arm Is Entagled In Drill Press
84 170742134 05/01/1997 1054113   4813 Burn - Electrical Fault In Transmitter
85 171045719 05/21/1997 1054113   2037 Employee'S Arm Punctured By Tine Of Digger
86 171045370 10/19/1995 1054113   3531 Employee Injured When Caught In Conveyor Drive Roller
87 170742019 04/17/1997 1054113   2033 Employee'S Hand Injured When Caught Between Belt And Roller
88 201615226 07/26/2012 1054113   1781 Burn - Electrical Fault In Disconnect Box
89 171045784 07/22/1997 1054113   5311 Employee'S Fingers Crushed When Caught In Roller
90 201615036 12/09/2011 1054113   172 Employee'S Arm Is Fractured When Caught In Machine
91 170129241 12/27/1991 1054113   2037 Burn - Electrical Fault In Switchboard
92 171045867 02/01/1998 1054113   2499 Employee Injured When Coat Caught By Rotating Fan Shaft
93 170742100 09/17/1998 1054113   2037 Employee'S Hand Injured When Caught In Conveyor System
94 201614153 05/09/2009 1054113   7819 Employee Is Burned In Movie Stunt Explosion
95 201610078 08/30/1997 1054113   3272 Employee'S Fingers Crushed In Grinder
96 201611936 09/19/2000 1054113   5148 Employee Injured When Pants Leg Caught In Conveyor
97 170742621 06/23/1994 1054113   1721 Burn - Electrical Fault To Overhead Power Line
98 171045578 11/12/1996 1054113   2037 Employee Injured When Arm Caught In Conveyor Tail Pulley
99 201634854 11/18/2004 1054112   3743 Employee Fractures Ribs And Back When Pulled Into Machine
100 014202477 07/27/1987 1054112   3442 Employee'S Arm Cut When A Large Piece Of Glass Breaks

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