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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 108184.01 08/08/2018 0625700 X Employee Climbs Into Sand Pot And Suffocates When Covered By
2 103882.01 03/07/2018 0950411   Employee Cleaning Sprocket Sustains Amputation Of Thumb
3 102293.01 12/27/2017 0950632   Employee Suffers Burns To Arm And Hand In Hot Oil Fire
4 102046.01 12/23/2017 0522000   Employee Is Shot By Sandblaster And His Calf Is Punctured
5 101597.01 12/14/2017 0729700   Employee Sustains Burns From Steam Released From A Tire Pot
6 102271.01 07/20/2017 0950644   Employee Is Struck By Boxed Flower Pot And Suffers Brain Con
7 97008.015 06/26/2017 0626700   Employee Handling Blasting Hose Is Struck By Blasting Media
8 93460.015 02/15/2017 1032500   Employee Is Burned By Hot Water While Operating Potato Peele
9 202532552 01/02/2014 0950635   2843 Worker Sustains Arm Fractures While Cleaning Kettle
10 201694924 11/08/2013 0950662   3339 Employee Amputates Fingers Between Pot And Furnace Frame
11 202531588 10/16/2012 0950635   7363 Employee Face Is Burned When Hot Caramel Liquid Splashes
12 202653929 09/07/2012 0950612   5812 Emplolyee Suffers Burns From Large Pot Of Water
13 202531109 06/05/2012 0950635 X 1731 Employee Is Killed At Work Site, Possible Heart Attack
14 201363801 01/30/2012 0419400 X 3731 Employee Is Struck By Pressurized Sand-Blast-Pot Lid
15 201077500 07/05/2011 0950632   5812 Employee Is Injured When Burned By Hot Water
16 201169380 10/29/2007 0950641   2064 Employee Burns Arm And Chest With Hot Water From Pot
17 200531887 07/31/2007 0751910   2431 Employee Amputates Finger When Struck By Cylinder Piston
18 201856788 09/06/2006 0452110 X 1799 Employee Is Decapitated By Pot Lid
19 201488582 06/06/2006 0950622   5812 Employee Burns Hand In Hot Pot
20 201522539 07/25/2005 0111500   1761 Employee Is Injured When Sprayed With Hot Tar

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