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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 114533.01 03/07/2019 0522300   Employee Amputates Two Fingers While Performing Maintenance
2 114492.01 02/20/2019 0521100   Employee Amputates Finger And Fractures Second When Caught I
3 114051.01 02/15/2019 0950613   Employee'S Fingers Are Caught In Exhaust Fan Assembly And In
4 114524.01 02/07/2019 0950621   Employee Amputates Fingertip When Caught By Moving Belt For
5 114338.01 02/05/2019 0729300   Employee Amputates Two Fingertips On Fan Belt
6 116021.01 02/05/2019 0950643   Employee'S Index Finger Is Partially Amputated By Fan Belt
7 114370.01 12/20/2018 0257220   Employee Suffers Finger Tip Amputation When Pinched And Pull
8 109263.01 09/10/2018 0522500   Employee Amputates Finger In Fan And Belt Assembly
9 112304.01 09/05/2018 0950631   Employee Amputates Finger In Fan Belt
10 107684.01 07/13/2018 0112600   Employee Lacerates Fingers When Caught In Fan Belt And Pulle
11 105817.01 05/16/2018 0522500   Employee Catches Finger Between Fan Belt And Pulley And Ampu
12 104446.01 04/02/2018 0625700   Employee Working On Fan Sustains Injuries When Fan Starts
13 106595.01 02/02/2018 0950611   Employee Amputates Finger While Repairing Fan Belt
14 101139.01 10/31/2017 0950633   Employee'S Finger Is Partially Amputation When Caught In Fan
15 104557.01 10/19/2017 0950641   Employee Amputates Finger In A Fan Blade Motor
16 98930.015 09/11/2017 0317700   Employee Amputates Fingers When Checking Fan Belt
17 96961.015 07/08/2017 1050210   Employee'S Finger And Thumb Are Amputated While Removing Tow
18 95305.015 04/25/2017 0418300   Employee Amputates Thumb In A Rotating Fan Belt
19 94872.015 03/16/2017 0950411   Employee Catches Finger Between Fan Belt And Pulley; Amputat
20 202546743 01/21/2014 0950641   9199 Employee Amputates Finger While Adjusting Belt Pulley

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