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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 98742.015 08/18/2017 1054115   Worker Using Table Saw Incurs Finger Amputations
2 98347.015 08/16/2017 0552652   Employee Amputates Hand While Using Miter Saw To Cut Board
3 101011.01 08/14/2017 0950635   Employee Is Cutting Wood Stock Into Shorter Pieces And Amput
4 98330.015 08/12/2017 0213900   Employee'S Thumb Is Amputated Tip While Cutting Piece Of Met
5 98232.015 08/10/2017 0524200   Employee'S Thumb Is Amputated By Conveyor
6 99230.015 08/09/2017 0830300   Employee Is Welding Screen To Cab And Amputates Thumb Tip
7 98032.015 08/08/2017 0625700   Employee'S Thumb Is Amputates While Unjamming Material In Ma
8 98259.015 08/07/2017 0419400   Employee'S Thumb Is Amputated While Clearing Jam In Stacker
9 98076.015 08/01/2017 0728500   Employee Suffers Partial Amputation Of Thumb While Clearing
10 98528.015 08/01/2017 0522300   Employee Sustains Amputation Of Thumb And Ring Finger When P
11 97793.015 08/01/2017 0521100   Employee Thumb Is Partially Amputated In Chop Saw
12 98051.015 07/31/2017 0728900   Employee Partially Amputates Thumb While Cutting Meat By Ban
13 97801.015 07/28/2017 0522300   Employee Is Struck By A Milling Machine Part And Receives A
14 97689.015 07/27/2017 0317900   Employee' Thumb Is Amputated When Caught In Press Machine
15 97984.015 07/26/2017 0626600   Employee Is Cutting Material With Table Saw And Amputates Th
16 101282.01 07/26/2017 0950615   Employee Sustains Amputation Of Thumb When Unsecured Load Fa
17 97772.015 07/25/2017 0950614   Employee Is Caught By Electrical Wire Short And Suffers Burn
18 97704.015 07/25/2017 0524500   Employee'S Thumb Is Amputated When Caught Between A Belt And
19 97715.015 07/25/2017 0521100   Employee Is Changing Machine Parts And Amputates Thumb Tip
20 97516.015 07/20/2017 0112000   Employee Is Re-Positioning Material To Be Cut And Amputates

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