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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 99742.015 09/22/2017 0751910   Employee Sustains Severe Burns When Splashed With Hot Wax
2 101062.01 07/03/2017 0751910   Employee Suffers Burns In Aluminum Explosion
3 101061.01 07/03/2017 0751910   Employee Suffers Burns In Aluminum Explosion
4 95818.015 05/17/2017 0418600   Employee'S Finger Is Amputated Following Crushing Injury Fro
5 95528.015 05/06/2017 0950633   Employee'S Hand Is Crushed In Molding Machine And Amputates
6 95667.015 04/07/2017 0950621   Employee Handling Concrete Precast Amputates Finger
7 97608.015 01/31/2017 0523400   Three Employees Are Burned When Pouring Molten Stainless Ste
8 89690.015 10/14/2016 0452110 X One Employee Is Killed And One Injured When Struck By An Eye
9 71808.015 02/09/2015 0830600   An Employee'S Arm Was Caught In A Plastic Mold And Was Crush
10 201460052 03/27/2014 0950632   1611 Carpenter Incurs Head And Chest Trauma In Fall From Platform
11 202692539 02/27/2014 0950624   7361 Worker Smashes Finger Between Mold And Injection Plate
12 170627483 02/18/2013 0950621   5172 Machine Operator Amputates Finger While Working On Mold
13 202555934 02/18/2013 0950631   3089 Kitchen Fabricator Amputates Finger On Mold
14 200535367 09/21/2012 0751910   2674 Employee Amputates Finger In A Molding Machine
15 202555470 08/01/2012 0950631   1731 Employee Lacerates Finger When Mold Tips Over
16 202531505 07/24/2012 0950635   3364 Employee'S Finger Is Crushed In Die-Casting Machine
17 201392636 06/06/2012 0552652 X 2821 Employee Is Killed When Crushed Inside A Molding Machine
18 202587754 05/14/2012 0950614   2655 Worker Sustains Infection After Glass Fiber Penetrates Skin
19 202652087 03/12/2012 0950633   3085 Employee Amputates Finger While Removing Mold
20 202478343 02/16/2012 0950636   3544 Die Cast Mold Crushes Employee'S Hand, Fractures Neck

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