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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
81 114417.01 03/05/2019 0111100   Employee Amputates Fingertip When Caught By Conveyor Belt An
82 114346.01 03/05/2019 0418600   Employee Fractures Hip In Fall While Placing Pallet On Outfe
83 114248.01 03/05/2019 0522500   Employee Amputates Finger In Conveyor
84 114902.01 03/04/2019 0626600   Employee Sustains Partial Amputation Of Two Fingers When Gl
85 114794.01 03/01/2019 0950624   Employee Amputates Two Fingers When Caught In Conveyor Belt
86 114232.01 02/28/2019 0316400   Employee Amputates Leg In Conveyor
87 114162.01 02/28/2019 0524530   Employee Amputates Tip Of Finger While Replacing Roller On C
88 114165.01 02/27/2019 0112000   Employee Fractures Fingers While Removing Idler Roll On Coat
89 114767.01 02/26/2019 0317500   Employee Amputates Fingertip When Caught Between Belt And Pu
90 114670.01 02/23/2019 0213100   Employee Partially Amputates Finger In Pinch Point
91 113998.01 02/22/2019 0521700   Employee Suffers Amputation
92 114251.01 02/21/2019 0626300   Employee Fractures And De-Gloves Foot In Conveyor
93 114037.01 02/21/2019 0418200   Three Of Employee'S Fingertips Are Amputated
94 113948.01 02/21/2019 0213600   Employee Falls From Elevated Conveyor Belt And Incurs Multi
95 114389.01 02/20/2019 0522500   Employee Falls From Height And Fractures Ribs And Incurs Con
96 113901.01 02/17/2019 0418300   Employee Amputates Finger After Use Of Air Gun Nozzle Malfun
97 113943.01 02/16/2019 0316700   Employee Amputates Right Middle Finger Tip After Touching Co
98 113815.01 02/15/2019 0728500   Employee Catches Hand In Conveyor And Sustains Multiple Inju
99 113821.01 02/14/2019 0522500   Employee Amputates Finger When Caught By Conveyor'S Chain An
100 113837.01 02/13/2019 0521700   Employee Falls From Conveyor And Sustains Multiple Injuries

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