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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 97354.015 07/14/2017 0728900   Employee'S Fingertip Is Amputated When Struck Against Fan Bl
2 97394.015 07/11/2017 0950615   Employee Lacerates Hand On Rotating Fan Blade When Hand Jolt
3 96961.015 07/08/2017 1050210   Employee'S Finger And Thumb Are Amputated While Removing Tow
4 100061.01 06/29/2017 0636900   Employee'S Finger Is Amputated By Fan Blade
5 96214.015 05/24/2017 0636900   Employee Is Struck By Rotating Fan And Amputates Finger
6 95930.015 05/15/2017 0627700   Employee Servicing Air Conditioner Incurs Finger Amputation,
7 95446.015 04/26/2017 0316700   Employee Is Struck By Fan Shaft, Falls, And Sustains Fractur
8 95305.015 04/25/2017 0418300   Employee Amputates Thumb In A Rotating Fan Belt
9 94828.015 04/18/2017 0524200   Employee Sustains Amputation Of Two Fingers By Unguarded Exh
10 94918.015 04/18/2017 0626300   Employee Amputates Four Fingers When Working On A Fan
11 94912.015 04/07/2017 0215800   Employee Falls Seven Feet And Sustains Multiple Fractures
12 94376.015 03/27/2017 0355118   Employee Is Checking Ventilation System And Amputates Two Fi
13 94155.015 03/23/2017 0524500   Employee Amputates Finger On An Unguarded Fan Blade
14 94769.015 03/20/2017 0522300   Employee Amputates Fingers While Cleaning Machinery
15 94872.015 03/16/2017 0950411   Employee Catches Finger Between Fan Belt And Pulley; Amputat
16 92689.015 01/25/2017 0418300   Employee Amputates Finger While Performing Maintenance
17 97035.015 01/17/2017 0950632   Employee Sustains Finger Amputation When He Slips And Strike
18 92328.015 01/04/2017 0950614   Employee Tries To Stop Fan Blades With Hand, Fractures Finge
19 86097.015 06/17/2016 0213100 X Employee Is Killed When Large Cooling Fan Falls On Him While
20 78310.015 07/24/2015 0636900 X Employee Is Killed In 50-Foot Fall

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