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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 202587721 07/24/2012 0950614   2673 Employee'S Fingers Amputated When Burned In Sealing Blade
2 202522553 06/11/2012 0950624   2099 Employee'S Thumb Is Caught In Moving Parts And Is Amputated
3 202554747 06/08/2012 0950631   7363 Employee Catches Fingertip In Sealer And Is Amputated
4 202490264 03/02/2010 0950621   2034 Employee Amputates Thumb Tip In Case Sealer Malfunction
5 202456133 12/21/2009 0950642   2671 Employee Partially Amputates Finger In Sealing Machine
6 201509411 09/05/2009 0950614   2673 Employee Is Injured When Hand Caught In Bag Sealer
7 202549176 05/21/2008 0950631   5812 Employee'S Hand Is Pulled Into Sealer And Receives Burns
8 202454781 04/14/2008 0950642   2038 Employee Amputates Finger Using A Heat Sealing Machine
9 202454302 10/08/2007 0950642   2011 Employee Amputates Finger In Chain And Sprocket Of Sealer
10 202453791 06/21/2007 0950642   2038 Employee Caught Finger In Roller Of Heat Sealer Machine
11 170765531 08/29/2006 0950615   1611 Employee Breaks Leg In Paving Machine
12 201108701 05/31/2006 0950624   3554 Employee'S Finger Is Amputated In Pressure Sealer
13 201167830 04/25/2006 0950641   2099 Employee Amputates Fingers On Knife In Sealing Unit
14 200612117 01/10/2006 0111700   1799 Employee Sustains Burns When Sealant Spills On Heater
15 201106671 08/17/2005 0950624   7361 Employee Suffers Amputation Of Finger Using Sealer Machine
16 201486917 09/29/2004 0950622   7363 Employee Amputates Finger In Food Packaging Machine
17 201634607 08/19/2004 1054112   2674 Employee Injures Hand When Caught In Nip Point Of Roller
18 200090405 08/26/2003 0112300   3851 Employee'S Fingertip Is Amputated In Sealing Machine
19 201057916 06/24/2003 0950642   2013 Employee Crushes Hand In Heat Sealing Machine
20 201084209 06/24/2003 0950625   723 Employee Amputates Finger In Stitching Machine

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