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Accident: 201344140 - Employee Dies From Heat Related Illness

Accident: 201344140 -- Report ID: 0729700 -- Event Date: 07/20/2006
InspectionOpen DateSICEstablishment Name
30988744607/20/20062047C.J. Foods, Inc.
On July 20, 2006 Employee #1 was working in the Processing Area as an Extruder Operator trainee. Employee #1 and the Extruder Operator were recoating some pet food when Employee #1 noticed that the product was not flowing into the bin. He climbed approximately three-fourths of the way up the stairs to the work platform of the extruder/dryer to observe the situation. As he was descending the stairs, he stumbled and grabbed for the handrails, then leaned on them. The Extruder Operator assisted Employee #1 down the rest of the stairs. Employee #1 was taken to the air conditioned quality control room where he was unresponsive with a very slow pulse. He was treated at the local hospital for a heat related illness, where he later died.
Keywords: heat, food packaging mach, heat stroke, heat exhaustion, work platform
Employee # Inspection Age Sex Degree Nature Occupation
1 309887446 Fatality Heat Exhaustion Extruding and forming machine operators

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