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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 127350.01 06/26/2020 0454711 X Employee Is Electrocuted By Energized Conveyor Frame
2 126228.01 05/17/2020 0524700 X Employee Is Electrocuted While Cleaning Wires
3 125715.01 04/28/2020 0950635 X Employee Is Crushed And Killed By Falling Bin
4 122383.01 12/06/2019 0524500 X Employee Is Killed When Backed Over By Front End Loader
5 115444.01 04/16/2019 0854910   Employee Fractures Leg In Fall From Ladder
6 115460.01 04/01/2019 0419400   Employee Using Torch To Cut Metal Sustains Burn To Thumb
7 115453.01 03/13/2019 0521400   Employee Suffers Amputation Of Fingertip When Shear Cycles
8 115442.01 03/02/2019 0420600   Employee'S Thumb Is Caught In Pulley And Amputated
9 113603.01 12/12/2018 0316700   Employee Suffers Partial Amputation Of Fingertip While Placi
10 102204.01 01/02/2018 0521400   Many Employees Are Overcome By Carbon Monoxide
11 101898.01 11/30/2017 0522300   Steel Mill Worker Is Struck By A Forklift And Fractures Leg
12 100657.01 10/25/2017 0111700   Employee Suffers Injuries When Brakes Fail On Forklift
13 100150.01 10/18/2017 0454510 X Worker Struck And Killed By Skid Steer Backing Up
14 99586.015 10/02/2017 0950612   Food Processing Worker Sustains Avulsion Of Finger In Machin
15 94223.015 03/20/2017 0523400   Employee Amputates Two Fingertips When Brake Press Actuates
16 93911.015 03/07/2017 0950635   Employee Fractures Hand When Caught In Machine Rollers
17 85227.015 11/17/2015 0950641 X Employee Falls Under Scaffold'S Midrail And Is Killed
18 79994.015 09/29/2015 0953220 X Electric Shock - Direct Contact With Energized Parts. Employ
19 77760.015 01/20/2015 0728900   No Workers Were Injured When Improperly Erected Scaffold Col
20 65170.015 07/21/2014 0830300 X Employee Is Crushed While Working Underneath A Suspended Man

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