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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
41 96765.015 06/27/2017 0214200   Construction Workers Fail To Use Fall Protection
42 97433.015 06/23/2017 0950621   Employee'S Nail Gun Discharges Into Shoulder And Lung, Injur
43 96663.015 06/22/2017 0950612   Employee Helping Saw Operator Incurs Laceration
44 98212.015 06/20/2017 0355111   Employee'S Face Is Cut When Power Tool Kicks Back
45 97864.015 06/19/2017 0352410   Employee Lacerates Forearm When Struck By Chain Saw
46 98178.015 06/09/2017 0830300   Employee Sustained Abdominal Injuries After The Cutting Disk
47 97692.015 06/07/2017 0418200   Employee Falls From Balcony And Fractures Leg
48 96079.015 06/06/2017 0552651   Employee Using Nail Gun Incurs Puncture Wound To Knee
49 101073.01 06/02/2017 0950643   Employee Lacerates Finger When Cutting Wood With Portable Sa
50 99661.015 05/30/2017 0950643   Maintenance Employee Sustains Arm Fracture When Entangled In
51 96296.015 05/20/2017 0950631   Employee Slips While Carrying Power Saw And Lacerates Upper
52 95995.015 05/19/2017 0950623   Employee Cuts Thigh With Skil Saw Blade
53 100655.01 05/09/2017 0950625   Employee Lacerates Foot With Chain Saw.
54 95594.015 04/28/2017 0552651   Employee Falls From Extension Ladder And Fractures Back
55 95799.015 04/27/2017 0112600   Employee Amputates Fingers From Contact With Rotating Saw Bl
56 95614.015 04/17/2017 0950611   Employee Operating Power Saw Incurs Finger Amputation
57 99004.015 04/14/2017 0950625   Employee Operating Power Saw Has Three Fingers Amputated
58 94867.015 03/29/2017 0551701   Employee Catches Finger Between Jaw Assembly And Sign Post A
59 94403.015 03/24/2017 0636900   Employee Is Stuck By Saw Blade And Partially Amputates Thumb
60 94183.015 03/23/2017 0521100 X Employee Falls From A Ladder And Is Killed

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