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Accident: 202555645 - Employee Gets A Crushed Arm From A Cardboard Machine

Accident: 202555645 -- Report ID: 0950631 -- Event Date: 11/14/2012
InspectionOpen DateSICEstablishment Name
31553165711/20/20122653Jellco Container Inc
On November 14, 2012, Employee #1 of Jellco Container Inc., was working at the in-feed section of a cardboard box folding machine. The cardboard material is fed into the in-running rolls of this machine. At the time of this accident, a batch of cardboard boxes was just been completed and the last batch had been fed into the machine. While the machine was still running, Employee #1 proceeded to perform the setup and the servicing operations to get ready for the next batch of boxes to be processed. A part of this operation required him to apply wax to the side guide plates at the in-feed to facilitate the easier movement of the material into the machine. He was rubbing a small block of wax against the side guide when his right hand was pulled into the in-running rolls at the feed point of the box folding machine. His right arm was pulled into the machine up to his elbow. Employee #1 suffered multiple fractures to his right arm and de-gloving injury to his right hand. He was treated and hospitalized for six days.
Keywords: fracture, roller--mach/part, crushed, arm, hand
Employee # Inspection Age Sex Degree Nature Occupation
1 315531657 Hospitalized injury Fracture Miscellaneous machine operators, n.e.c.

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