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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
1 100026.01 10/12/2017 0111100   Employee Is Caught In A Chairlift Drive Belt And Sustains Am
2 107699.01 07/12/2018 0111400   Employee Fractures Hand And Lacerates Finger While Adjusting
3 76749.015 05/12/2015 0111400   Employee'S Finger Is Severed When Caught By A Pulley Belt
4 170110878 07/12/1994 0111400   2759 Employee'S Hand Injured When Caught By Conveyor Belt Rollers
5 104709.01 03/28/2018 0111400   Employee Catches Fingers In Conveyor Belt While Moving And A
6 100407.01 10/30/2017 0111500   Employee Sustains Partial Thumb Amputation When Caught In Be
7 200613297 04/18/2010 0111700   5084 Employee Pinches Finger In Crystal Puller
8 200082345 12/17/2004 0112000   3499 Employee'S Fingers Are Partially Amputated By Pulley
9 200082840 01/13/2007 0112000   2752 Employee Lacerates Finger After Reaching Around Guard
10 99314.015 09/22/2017 0112000   Employee Amputates Arm When Caught In A Conveyor Nip Point
11 98274.015 08/16/2017 0112300   Employee Catches Fingers In Pulley System And Amputates Two
12 000668301 01/15/1993 0112600 X 4911 Crushed By Conveyor
13 107684.01 07/13/2018 0112600   Employee Lacerates Fingers When Caught In Fan Belt And Pulle
14 200771079 05/14/2001 0134000   5211 Employee Suffers Finger Amputation
15 200772374 10/29/2002 0134000   3599 Employee Injures Finger In Belt And Pulley
16 200772846 10/03/2003 0134000   2035 Employee Injures Hand In Labeling Machine
17 200775591 12/15/2008 0134000   1796 Employee'S Finger Is Amputated By Elevator Cable
18 014269393 03/06/2004 0134000   8731 Employee'S Finger Is Amputated In Belt And Pulley
19 97362.015 04/08/2017 0152300   Employee'S Finger Is Fractured When Caught In Pulley And Bel
20 201772621 10/18/2004 0213900 X 2499 Employee Is Killed When Arm Is Pulled Into Pulley

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