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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 101865.01 12/28/2017 0830500 X Employee Is Caught In Conveyer Roller And Is Killed From Mul
2 100008.01 10/20/2017 0950635 X Employee Is Caught By Conveyor Belt Rollers And Killed
3 98383.015 08/18/2017 0215600   Employee Catches Finger Between Rollers While Sorting Boxes
4 98023.015 08/06/2017 0626300   Employee Suffers Broken Arm While Reaching Into Conveyor
5 97422.015 07/18/2017 0521700   Employee Catches Finger In Roller Sprocket And Amputates It
6 101406.01 07/17/2017 0950644   Employees Crushes And Amputates Finger When Working On Machi
7 97119.015 07/09/2017 0419400   Employee Is Caught In A Conveyor Roller And Sustains Fractur
8 97159.015 07/06/2017 0950633   Employee'S Gloved Hand Is Caught By Belt Conveyor And Crushe
9 96486.015 05/24/2017 0552652   Employee'S Fingers Are Amputated In Roller Conveyor
10 100094.01 04/24/2017 0950633   Employee Catches Arm On Conveyor Belt And Amputates Arm
11 99553.015 04/19/2017 0950647   Employee Crushes Hand In A Soil Crusher And Amputates Hand
12 94778.015 03/28/2017 0950633   Employee Is Clearing Jam And Catches Hand Between Rollers
13 97843.015 03/24/2017 0950625   Employee Catches Finger In Roller Conveyor Chain System And
14 94240.015 03/22/2017 0552700 X Employee Is Killed When Entangled In Boiler Truck Hydraulic
15 93880.015 03/09/2017 0418100   Employee Assisting Machine Operators Amputates Finger
16 93788.015 03/02/2017 0636900   Worker Clearing Jam In Roller Conveyor Sustains Arm Injury
17 93965.015 02/10/2017 0454712   Employee'S Leg Is Caught Between Rollers Of Conveyor Belt An
18 92310.015 01/11/2017 0728500   Employee Catches Glove On Conveyor And Amputates Fingertip
19 92318.015 01/09/2017 0454711   Employee Adjusting Conveyor Belt Incurs Multiple Hand And Wr
20 92011.015 01/04/2017 0627100   Employee Falls Through Fiberglass Skylight And Fractures Rig

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