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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 104458.01 03/31/2018 0551800 X Employee Is Killed When Struck And Crushed By A Blow Molding
2 102063.01 01/07/2018 0551800 X Employee Is Caught In Mold Press And Is Killed
3 100578.01 10/30/2017 0316700   Employee'S Finger Is Caught By Clamp And Finger Tip Is Amput
4 99852.015 10/07/2017 0626300   Employee'S Finger Is Amputated While Adjusting Molding Machi
5 99742.015 09/22/2017 0751910   Employee Sustains Severe Burns When Splashed With Hot Wax
6 99558.015 09/21/2017 0552652   Employee Falls From Machine And Fractures Ribs And Vertebra
7 98482.015 08/18/2017 0317700   Employee'S Left Index Finger Is Amputated In Moulding Machin
8 102077.01 07/31/2017 0950633   Employee Suffers Partial Amputation To His Fingers While Mol
9 98817.015 07/16/2017 1054115   Employee Has Hand Pulled Into Molder And Amputates Finger
10 102451.01 07/13/2017 0950643   Employee'S Fingers Are Crushed Between Safety Bar And Frame
11 96110.015 06/01/2017 0521400   Employee'S Fingertip Is Amputated During Operation Of Plasti
12 96172.015 05/31/2017 0522300   Employee Amputates Finger Tip When The Machine Cycles
13 95528.015 05/06/2017 0950633   Employee'S Hand Is Crushed In Molding Machine And Amputates
14 95045.015 04/26/2017 0317700 X Employee Is Crushed By Hot Tub Mold And Killed
15 95667.015 04/07/2017 0950621   Employee Handling Concrete Precast Amputates Finger
16 96566.015 04/04/2017 0950631   Employee Amputates Thumb In Unguarded Part Of A Molding Mach
17 94254.015 03/24/2017 0355110   Employee Amputates Finger When Clearing Dust Collector
18 94110.015 03/07/2017 0522500   Employee'S Arm Is Caught In Pinch Point And Is Fractured
19 93128.015 01/18/2017 0950633   Employee Catches Finger In Auger And It Is Amputated
20 89809.015 10/17/2016 0452110 X Engineer Is Electrocuted While Troubleshooting Equipment

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