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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 104117.01 03/15/2018 0626700   Employee Is Burned When Splashed With 93% Sulphuric Acid Whi
2 102569.01 01/25/2018 0454711 X Employee Dies After Being Caught In Auger
3 102092.01 11/07/2017 0524200   Employee'S Hand Is Lacerated While Cleaning Conveyor Belt An
4 100815.01 11/07/2017 0950623   Employee Is Injured While Operating Post Hole Auger
5 100200.01 10/21/2017 0551800 X Employee Is Killed When Hoodie Is Caught By Fiber Reclaim Ma
6 100225.01 10/16/2017 0950632   Employee Doing Overhead Welding Is Burned
7 100029.01 10/12/2017 0751910   Employee'S Face Is Burned From An Arc Blast When Working On
8 99175.015 09/15/2017 0626000   Employee Sustains Electric Shock While Attaching A Metal Doo
9 99077.015 09/15/2017 0524500   Two Employees Contacts Overhead Power Line And Incurs Shocks
10 97369.015 07/11/2017 0317500   An Employee Sustains First Degree Burns From An Arc Flash Wh
11 96702.015 06/13/2017 0521400   Employee Sustains Burns To Hand From A Clothes Pressing Mach
12 95960.015 05/30/2017 0626000 X Employee Is Caught In Drill And Is Asphyxiated
13 95648.015 05/11/2017 0729700   Employee Catches On Fire And Receives Severe Burns When Weld
14 96010.015 05/10/2017 0316700   Employee'S Fingers Are Partially Amputated When They Are Cau
15 100464.01 05/04/2017 0552652   Employee Sustains Burns From Flying Molten Metal When Scrap
16 93753.015 03/04/2017 0418600   Employee'S Arm Is Caught In Screw Conveyor And Sustains Mult
17 93589.015 02/27/2017 0950612   Employee Fractures Forearm In Drill Press
18 93329.015 02/07/2017 0625400   Employee'S Sleeve Is Caught In Chicken Processor And Fractur
19 97608.015 01/31/2017 0523400   Three Employees Are Burned When Pouring Molten Stainless Ste
20 92715.015 01/30/2017 0729700   Employee Is Burned While Working On Electrical Equipment

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