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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
121 112136.01 08/06/2018 0950633   Employee Amputates Three Fingertips When Caught In Conveyor
122 108155.01 08/05/2018 0523400   Employee Sustains Contusion While Adjusting Conveyor Belt
123 108187.01 08/03/2018 0830500   Employee Severs Fingers When Hand Is Pulled Into Machine'S D
124 107975.01 08/01/2018 0729700   Employee Amputates Arm When Caught By Conveyor Belt
125 108094.01 08/01/2018 0627700   Employee Fractures Arm In Conveyor Tail Pulley
126 107979.01 08/01/2018 0729700   Employee'S Arm Is Amputated While Cleaning Conveyor
127 108282.01 07/30/2018 0552652   Employee Catches Hand In Roller And Amputates Fingertip
128 107897.01 07/27/2018 0627700   Employee Becomes Tangled In Conveyor Belt And Saw System, Am
129 109138.01 07/26/2018 0950644   Employee Amputates Finger When Trapped Against Conveyor
130 107766.01 07/26/2018 0317500   Employee Amputates Several Fingers When Caught In Moving Con
131 107995.01 07/25/2018 0522300   Employee Fractures Arm When Caught In Conveyor System
132 107907.01 07/25/2018 0523300   Employee Amputates Fingertip In Conveyor
133 107970.01 07/25/2018 0214500   Employee Fractures Arm While Operating Paper Converting Mach
134 107710.01 07/19/2018 0213600   Employee Amputates Fingertip While Clearing Jam From Conveyo
135 108866.01 07/19/2018 0419400   Half Of Employee'S Left Foot Is Amputated By Auger
136 109326.01 07/16/2018 0355111   Employee Fractures Arm When Struck By Cable
137 107540.01 07/12/2018 0420600   Employee Amputates Finger In Conveyor Belt
138 109317.01 07/11/2018 1050210   Employee Sustains Hand Fracture From Sprocket Conveyor
139 107703.01 07/10/2018 0728500   Employee Partially Amputates Thumb In Conveyor
140 108695.01 07/10/2018 0625400   Employee Fractures Arm When Caught In Production Belt

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