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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 110408.01 06/28/2018 0950615   Employee Sustains Bone Loss When Fingers Are Caught In Grind
2 106456.01 06/12/2018 0336000   Employee Catches Finger Between Grinding Wheel And Dress Whe
3 106217.01 05/16/2018 0950625   Employee Is Struck By Pieces Of Grinding Wheel In Face And S
4 105321.01 05/01/2018 0627700   Employee Is Struck By Fragmented Grinding Wheel And Fracture
5 103621.01 02/27/2018 0524700   Employee Amputates Fingertip On A Sanding Wheel
6 103903.01 02/16/2018 0552652   Employee Ignites Reflective Vest While Grinding Metal Tubing
7 108021.01 02/09/2018 0950641   Employee Using Grinder Is Cut
8 104160.01 02/02/2018 0155010   Employee'S Finger Is Partially Amputated While Operating Gri
9 102579.01 01/24/2018 0551701   Employee Is Hospitalized When Struck By Cut-Off Wheel
10 102538.01 01/19/2018 0523900   Employee'S Thumb Is Partially Amputated While Working With A
11 100093.01 10/05/2017 0953220   Employee Incurs Leg Lacerations When Angle Grinder Kicks Bac
12 99456.015 09/22/2017 0522300   Employee Amputates Four Fingertips When Caught In Surface Gr
13 103828.01 09/19/2017 0950633   Employee Is Struck In The Eye By Flying Debris
14 99571.015 09/15/2017 0950635   Employee Wedges Hand Against Grinder Frame And Amputates Fin
15 98752.015 09/02/2017 0111100   Employee Contacts Grinding Wheel And Amputates Finger
16 98494.015 08/21/2017 0355118   Employee Is Struck By Grinding Wheel And Lacerates Arm
17 100889.01 08/03/2017 0950615   Worker'S Forearm Is Cut When Power Grinder Kick Back
18 97865.015 07/24/2017 0111700   Worker Amputates Fingertip On Grinding Wheel
19 94109.015 03/09/2017 0950621   Employee Operating Grinder Is Injured In Kickback
20 94315.015 03/08/2017 0316700   Employee Is Struck By Breaking Part And Lacerates Eye

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